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2013 - Fall

School of Education (ED)

Educational Administration (EDA)


EDA 5100
Higher Ed and Student Affairs
5100   Professional Seminar in Higher Education and Student Affairs
   Orients new graduate students to the HESA program and the student affairs profession, including topics such as writing for the social sciences, APA formatting, critical reading, professional presentations, and apprenticeship success.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 5344
School Bus Mgmt & Fin
5344   School Business Management and Finance                      
   Financing public education as it is related to other governmental services; the various types of public school revenues; the centralized and decentralized support and control of education. Particular attention is given to such problems as sources of revenue, budgeting, school costs, and financial accounting and auditing.
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01Open71N/A23142----- 3Regular
View BooksMary Ann M. JordanGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 5370
Psychosocial Dev College Stu
5370   Psychosocial Development in College Students                                      
   This course will offer an in-depth analysis of psychosocial development theories, including models based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual identity, and socioeconomic/sociocultural class. Erik Erikson's Identity over the Life Span and Arthur Chickering's Theory of Identity Development, along with Josselson, Phinney, Cross Helms, Cass, and others will be used.
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01Open184N/A26082W0905AM - 1205PMMMSCI 3033Regular
View BooksLeanne L. NewmanGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 5372
Culture/Organztn Higher Educ
5372   Culture and Organization of Higher Education                
   This course provides an overview of the organizational structures and dynamics of higher education governance, leadership, planning, and resource allocation. Particular attention in this course is given to the diversity of post-secondary institutions in the United States, and how varying institutional settings influence organizational behavior, structures and cultural norms of operating. Students should anticipate a rich interaction with related literature.  An introductory survey of organizational theories in higher education will also be explored.
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01Open184N/A26083M0905AM - 1205PMMMSCI 3033Regular
View BooksRishi SriramGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 5374
Moral/Faith Dev College Studnt
5374   Moral and Faith Development in College Students            
   An in-depth survey of major theories related to moral and faith development of American college students. Current research on the effect of the college environment on moral and faith development will be explored. Special emphasis will be placed on the integration of theory into student affairs administrative practice.
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Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
02Open172N/A30543T0200PM - 0500PMMMSCI 1313Regular
View BooksPerry L. GlanzerGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 5379
Foundations & Hist High Ed Adm
5379   Foundations & History of Higher Education Administration
   The history of higher education and student affairs is explored through an introduction to the various fields, organizations, and functions in student affairs, including trends, issues and ethics.
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01Open173N/A28215T0200PM - 0445PMMMSCI GL513Regular
View BooksNathan F. AllemanGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 5394
Plan/Budgt/HR in Higher Ed
5394   Planning, Budgeting, & Human Resources in Higher Education  
Prerequisite(s): EDA 5389 or consent of instructor.
   This course explores the interdependent relationship of university strategy formation, strategic planning, finance, and human resources. First, attention is given to theory-based literature from both business and higher education as it relates to strategy formation and planning. Second, financial issues related to college and university administration are examined, including the nature of costs, their impact on students, and the future of higher education. Finally, the course explores the importance of human resources, its relationship to planning and finance, and how a student affairs administrator can enact processes related to management, staff selection, training, evaluation, and productivity.
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01Open161N/A28216M0125PM - 0425PMMMSCI 3043Regular
View BooksRobert C. CloudGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013


EDA 6302
Teach & Learn in Higher Ed
6302   Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral Standing.
   A doctoral seminar designed to introduce graduate students to teaching in higher education through the exploration of curricular issues, course development and content, teaching techniques, learning concepts and theories, and the nature of faculty work.
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01Open121N/A29545M0550PM - 0850PMMMSCI GL153Regular
View BooksLaine ScalesGet Books
Start Date: 08/26/2013; End Date: 12/17/2013
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