EDL 8320 ESSENTIALS OF DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION (1 credit)
This course is designed to give graduate students a foundational understanding of how information is processed, interpreted, and presented to provide school leaders with the ability to make data informed decisions. Major topics include how usable information can be extracted from tests and surveys, how probability is used to make claims from data sets, how charts and tables can be most effectively leveraged to understand the full scope of data sets, and how to publish results.
The mission of the Department of Educational Leadership is to develop effective visionary, intellectual, and moral leaders who can cause positive change in education to promote the success of all students. The department's degree and endorsement programs have a distinctive metropolitan education orientation. The Department of Educational Leadership offers a master of science degree (MS) as well as non-degree administration endorsement programs for students who have completed a master's degree.