Academics

Courses

Courses

Educational Administration Program

ADM G 601 -- Organizational Analysis
ADM G 603 – Organizational Change
ADM G 610 – Research Design
ADM G 613 – Personnel: Administration, Supervision, and Evaluation
ADM G 621 – Curriculum: Theories, Development, and Evaluation
ADM G 622 – Curriculum: Status, Issues, and Trends
ADM G 627 – The Law of Public Education
ADM G 632 – Facility Design and Fiscal Management
ADM G 646 – Leadership Development
ADM G 648 – Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
ADM G 651 – Community Relations
ADM G 653 – Politics and the Educative Process
ADM G 686 – Part-time Practicum in Educational Administration I
ADM G 687 – Part-time Practicum in Educational Administration II
ADM G 691 – Advanced Seminar in Administration
ADM G 692 – Advance Seminar in Supervision
ADM G 696 – Research Project
ADM G 697 – Special Topics in Educational Administration
ADM G 698 – Internship or Full-time Practicum in Educational Administration

EdD in Education/Higher Education Administration Track

HighEd 601 – Educational Leadership Skills I: Communication and Collaboration
HighEd 602 – Educational Leadership Skills II: Negotiation and Mediation
HighEd 610 – Current Issues in Higher Education I: Governance and Administration
HighEd 611 – Current Issues in Higher Education II: Access and Equity
HighEd 620 – Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum in Urban Contexts
HighEd 630 – History of Higher Education in the United States
HighEd 632 – Organizational Analysis in Educational Institutions
HighEd 634 – Public Policy Issues and Structures in Higher Education
HighEd 641 – Effecting Change in Higher Education: Strategies and Processes
HighEd 651 – Legal Issues in Higher Education
HighEd 652 – Finance and Management in Higher Education
HighEd 691 – Professional Development Seminar I: Case Studies in Higher Education
HighEd 692 – Professional Development Seminar II: Capstone Course
HighEd 740 – Research Methods in Higher Education I
HighEd 741 – Research Methods in Higher Education II
HighEd 791 – Research Seminar on the Qualifying Paper I
HighEd 792 – Research Seminar on the Qualifying Paper II
HighEd 891 – Dissertation Seminar I
HighEd 892 – Dissertation Seminar II
HighEd 893 – Dissertation Seminar III
HighEd 899 – Dissertation Research

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Leadership in Urban Schools Doctoral Program

EDLDRS 701 – Leadership Workshop I
EDLDRS 702 – Leadership Workshop II
EDLDRS 703 – Critical Issues I
EDLDRS 704 – Critical Issues II
EDLDRS 710 – The Culture of Urban Schools
EDLDRS 714 – Integrative Seminar I
EDLDRS 715 – Integrative Seminar II
EDLDRS 716 – Integrative Seminar III
EDLDRS 717 – Integrative Seminar IV
EDLDRS 720 – Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum in Urban Contexts
EDLDRS 730 – Historical Roots of Contemporary Urban Schooling
EDLDRS 732 – Organization and Leadership in Educational Institutions
EDLDRS 740 – Research Methods in Educational Leadership I
EDLDRS 741 – Research Methods in Educational Leadership II
EDLDRS 742 – Team Research Projects
EDLDRS L755 – Research in Special Education and Disability Policy
EDLDRS 760 – Qualifying Paper Seminar
EDLDRS 796 – Independent Study
EDLDRS 797 – Special Topics
EDLDRS 798 – Internship
EDLDRS 891 – Dissertation Seminar I
EDLDRS 892 – Dissertation Seminar II
EDLDRS 893 – Dissertation Seminar III
EDLDRS 899 – Dissertation Research

 

Teacher Leadership Program

Leadership Set: all 4 courses required

  • ADMG 691 Advanced Seminar in Administration
  • ADMG 603 Organizational Change
  • CrCrTh 618 Creative Thinking, Collaboration and Organizational Change
  • INSDSG 602 The Adult as Learner

Data Set: choose 2 courses

  • ADMG 610 Research Design
  • EDCG 660 Designing Middle & Secondary Curriculum and Learning Strategies
  • EDCG 689 Teacher Research

Practicum and Capstone Portfolio: 2 courses

  • ADMG 686 and 687 Part-time Practicum in Educational Administration

Students will implement a collaborative action research project, which will be designed in the research courses and implemented in practicum plus assemble a capstone portfolio.  The capstone will include a final report on the action research project, significant papers and projects and a statement of personal vision for the implementation of teacher leadership in the candidate’s current school.

Content Knowledge: choose one

Courses in Math/literacy and Science/literacy (through COSMIC at http://www.cosmic.umb.edu/), graduate courses in Social Studies/History, graduate courses in English/Literature or other.

 

SPED/ELL advanced courses: choose one

EDCG 630 Inclusion K-12

APLING 625 Second Language Acquisition

EDC G 649 Sheltered English Immersion For Urban Mainstream Teachers,

EDCG 659 First and Second Language Acquisition, Reading & Writing for Urban Mainstream Teachers PreK-12 or other.

 


 

Electives: Choose two from broad areas such as instruction, technology or content knowledge.