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2012 Summer Information/Advising Sessions Information sessions are held at the following locations from 3–6 p.m. If these dates do not work for you or if you have any questions, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office at gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu APPLETON — 720 Association Drive (Hwy 41 & 47) Thursday, May 10 Thursday, May 14 Tuesday, June 5 Thursday, June 21 Tuesday, July 10 Tuesday, July 24 Tuesday, August 7

MILWAUKEE —1227 S. 116th St. West Allis, WI Tuesday, May 8 Tuesday, May 29 Tuesday, June 12 Monday, June 25 Thursday, July 12 Wednesday, July 25 Thursday, August 9

GREEN BAY — Holiday Inn, Ramada Way (Exit Hwy 41 @ Oneida) Thursday, May 17 Wednesday, May 23 Wednesday, June 6 Wednesday, June 20 Wednesday, July 18 Wednesday, August 15

WAUSAU — Holiday Inn @ Cedar Creek Mall (Exit 185 off Hwy 51) Wednesday, May 9 Wednesday, May 16 Wednesday, May 30 Wednesday, June 13 Wednesday, July 11 Wednesday, August 1

Institute of Professional Development and Virtual Learning The Institute for Professional Development and Virtual Learning (IPDVL) focuses on supporting educators committed to excellence through lifelong learning in their profession. Classes are offered each semester as: • Professional development/recertification courses • Memorandums of understanding with other educational service providers • School District or grade level in-services custom designed for you by Marian faculty • Online Professional Development and Webinars For the most current schedule of courses go to www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/ipd or contact the School of Education Dean’s Office at soedo@marianuniversity.edu. Accreditation Marian University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, A Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) 30 North LaSalle St, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504; (312) 263-0456; www.ncahigherlearningcommission.org. The School of Education at Marian University is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), 2010 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036; phone (202) 466-7496. This accreditation covers initial teacher preparation programs and advanced educator preparation programs. NCATE is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation to accredit programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional school personnel. All graduate education programs are aligned to the Wisconsin Teacher and/or Administrator Standards and all education courses meet the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction standards as stipulated in PI 34.


MARIAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION GRADUATE PROGRAMS The Marian University School of Education offers students a variety of graduate, licensure, certificate and Ph.D. programs both on-line and on campus. Our graduate programs are designed to meet the needs of active professionals who want to further their education. Teacher Education Certification Program — Initial Teacher Licensure Program Licensure-only, Master of Arts in Education or both The Teacher Education Certification Program offers an alternative pathway to certification for non-traditional students who possess a baccalaureate degree and are interested in making career changes. The program prepares students for teaching grades 1–8 and qualifies them for the Middle Childhood–Early Adolescence license offered through the Department of Public Instruction. This program is now delivered at the graduate level, upon completion of the licensure program, students can choose to apply to the master degree program, complete 8 additional credits, and earn a Master of Arts in Education degree. Master of Arts in Education Degree Programs The Master of Arts in Education degree programs provide area educators and leaders with a graduate experience that reflects the University’s broader mission of developing the whole person. The masters in education programs combine a nontraditional instructional format with on-site, off-site and online delivery system designed to meet the needs of the adult learner. The programs allow educators to choose from several areas including: • Leadership Studies (Principal Licensure, Director of Instruction, Director of Special Education ----and Pupil Services and School Business Manager): MAE • Educational Technology: MAE • Differentiated Instruction for Alternative Learning (DIAL): ONLINE MAE • Special Education: License and MAE

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Programs Marian University offers the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) through the School of Education. The program supports study for active professionals across a wide range of sectors including business, government, K–12 education, higher education, health care, social services, and non-profit organizations. Based on the University’s mission of educating the whole person, the Ph.D. emphasizes an interdisciplinary program promoting research, scholarship, increased leadership capacity, and developing reflective practitioners with a deepened commitment to service. Areas of emphasis include: • Educational Administration — Superintendent License • Curriculum & Instruction Leadership • Leadership Studies Institution of Professional Development and Virtual Learning The Institute for Professional Development and Virtual Learning (IPDVL) focuses on supporting post-graduate educators committed to excellence through lifelong learning in their profession. 3


Teacher Education Certification Program The Teacher Education Certification Program offers an alternative pathway to certification for non-traditional students who possess a baccalaureate degree and are interested in making a career change or for teachers who want to add an additional license. The program prepares the candidates for teaching grades 1–8 and qualifies them for the Middle Childhood–Early Adolescence license offered through the Department of Public Instruction (WI Code 72-777). Upon completion of the 35 credit licensure program, students can complete 8 additional credits and earn a Master of Arts in Education degree. Candidates must pass the PRAXIS 1 before completing 6 credit hours in the program. See www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/tch for complete admission requirements. Currently, courses are offered in these locations: Appleton, Fond du Lac, West Allis and Wausau. Following program schedules and course requirements, students can complete the program in six semesters or approximately two years. Contact gradadmissions@ marianuniversity.edu to sign up for a cohort or get more information.

Course Number and Name TCH 600 Program Orientation  0 cr TDE 616 Perspectives in American Education  3 cr TDE 618 Advanced Educational Psychology 3 cr TDE 640 Education in the Age of Technology 2 cr TCH 626 Principles of Curriculum and Assessment  3 cr TCH 620 Literacy in the Primary Grades 3 cr TCH 621 Literacy in the Intermediate Grades 3 cr TCH 628 Math Curriculum and Instruction 3 cr TCH 630 Science and Health Curriculum and Instruction 3 cr TCH 632 Social Studies and Multicultural Curriculum and Instruction 3 cr TCH 601 Field Experience One ½ cr TCH 602 Field Experience Two ½ cr TCH 645 Clinical Practice and Seminar (grades 1–3) 4 cr AND TCH 655 Clinical Practice and Seminar (grades 4–8) 4 cr OR TCH 665 Clinical Practice and Seminar 8 cr Additional Requirements for Teacher Education Certification: • Human Relations Requirement (40 hours) • Praxis II Middle School Content Knowledge Test (0146) • Admission to Clinical Practice Portfolio (initial licensure only) • Final Portfolio and Teacher Work Sample (clinical practice semester) Additional Requirements for Master of Arts degree TDE 612 Action Research in Education TDE 613 Action Research in Education: Reporting the Findings TDE 604 Special Topics

3 cr 2 cr 3 cr

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/tch For admission packet, email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 4


Master of Arts in Education: Special Education The Special Education graduate program prepares educators to meet the diverse learning needs of all students. The program will renew and strengthen your understanding of special education and broaden your qualifications as a professional working with exceptional children. This program leads to licensure in Special Education for Cross Categorical (801) and Specific Learning Disabilities (811) at both the 72 and 73 level. Special Education program has four options: • • • •

Teachers who hold a valid Wisconsin teaching license and want an additional certification in Cross Categorical (801) and/or Specific Learning Disabilities (811) (29 credits or 32 credits for both licenses) Teachers who hold a valid Wisconsin teaching license and want an additional certification in Cross Categorical (801) and/or Specific Learning Disabilities (811) and also want a Master of Arts in Education degree (34 or 36 credits) Teachers who hold a valid Wisconsin Special Education license and want a Master of Arts in Education with a Special Education emphasis (30 credits) OR Teachers who want recertification credits in this area.

Course Number and Name SPE 600 Program Orientation  TDE 618 Advanced Educational Psychology  SPE 634 Diagnosis and Assessment of Students with Disabilities SPE 621 Reading Instruction for Students with Disabilities SPE 626 Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Disabilities SPE 624 Collaboration and Consultation in Special Education Programs SPE 644 Special Education Law: Families and Students SPE 637 Classroom Management Applications  SPE 674 Learning with Technology: Effective Strategies for Students with Special Needs SPE 642 Professional Portfolio

0 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 1 cr

Additional Requirements for Special Education license SPE 697 Field Experience and Seminar (concurrent with SPE 637) SPE 655 Clinical Practice and Seminar (for 801 license) SPE 665 Clinical Practice and Seminar (for 811 license)

1 cr 3 cr 3 cr

Additional Requirements for Master of Arts degree TDE 612 Action Research in Education TDE 613 Action Research in Education: Reporting the Findings

3 cr 2 cr

Additional Requirements for Special Education license • Praxis II Middle School Content Knowledge Test (0146)

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/spe For admission packet, email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 5


Master of Arts in Education: ONLINE

Differentiated Instruction for Alternative Learning The DIAL Master’s degree program prepares educators to meet the diverse learning needs of all students, including those who are at risk of not reaching their educational and personal potentials. Upon completion of this master’s program, Wisconsin students will also qualify for an Alternative Education License (952), which allows a person who already holds a Wisconsin teaching license to teach in alternative education programs in grades 6–12. Candidates from other states should see if this qualifies for an additional license in your state as well. Please note that the DIAL program is designed for online delivery and is approved throughout the United States. New DIAL cohorts start each semester. Contact gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu to sign up or to get more information.

DIAL MAE program: 30 credit hours Course Number and Name TDE 610 Advanced Professional Development TDE 612 Action Research TDE 613 Action Research: Presenting the Findings TDE 616 Perspectives in American Education TDE 618 Advanced Educational Psychology TDE 628 Classroom Strategies and Practices TDE 636 Understanding At-Risk and Nontraditional Learners TDE 638 Effective Schools Research: What Works TDE 640 Education in the Age of Technology TDE 658 Analyzing Student Achievement in Diverse Learning Contexts TDE 642 Creating the Professional Portfolio TDE 645 Differentiated Instruction, Response to Intervention and Understanding by Design

1 cr 3 cr 2 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 2 cr 3 cr 1 cr 3 cr

Alternative Education License Only — AELO (WI Code 952), 9 credits For those who only want the Alternative Education License. All classes are online. Course Number and Name TDE 628 Classroom Strategies and Practices TDE 636 Understanding At-Risk and Nontraditional Learners TDE 638 Effective Schools Research: What Works Reflective Paper

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 0 cr

Additional Requirements • Electronic Portfolio (Required for MAE; Reflective Paper is required for the

Licensure-Only Programs)

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/dial For admission packet, email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 6


Master of Arts in Education: Educational Technology

The Master of Arts in Education degree in with an emphasis in educational technology has a primary focus on the use of technology to support teaching and improve learning. This innovative program gives teachers the skills necessary to transform their curriculum for the 21st Century through the integration of participatory learning. The program is aligned to the NETs Standards as well as the Wisconsin Teaching Standards. New cohorts start each semester. Contact gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu to sign up or to get more information.

Educational Technology MAE program: 30 credit hours Course Number and Name EDT 650 Foundations of Educational Technology EDT 652 Innovations in Education EDT 654 Educational Telecommunications EDT 655 Developing Grant Proposals: Integrating Technology  EDT 658 Teaching and Learning with Multimedia EDT 661 Educational Hardware and System Support EDT 672 Teaching and Learning Online EDT 674 Learning with Technology: Effective Strategies for All Students EDT 678 Electronic Portfolio: Development and Assessment EDT 704 Contemporary Topics in Educational Technology: Integrating iPads in the Classroom

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr

Online Teaching Certificate: 7 credits The Online Teaching Certificate program is a graduate level program with the Marian University School of Education providing the certificate to those who complete all requirements. Candidates who complete the three course graduate program will demonstrate the knowledge and skills to effectively teach or train online and serve as leaders in distance learning initiatives. EDT 652 and EDT 672 can be applied toward a Master of Arts in Education degree in Educational Technology. Course Number and Name EDT 652 Innovations in Education EDT 672 Teaching and Learning Online EDT 794 Online Teaching Practicum

3 cr 3 cr 1 cr

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/edtech For admission packet, email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 7


Master of Arts in Education: Leadership Studies The Master of Arts in Education program in Educational Leadership a 32-credit program designed to meet the needs of educators who want to continue their professional competence in leadership roles under the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Teacher Education Program Approval and Licenses: Chapter PI 34. The Educational Leadership Program leads to licensure as School Principal (WI code 51), Director of Instruction (WI code 10), School Business Administrator (WI code 08) or Director of Special Education and Pupil Services (WI code 80). Licensure-Only Administrative Programs Students, who already hold a master’s degree and do not wish to earn another, may seek initial licensure as a principal, director of instruction, director of special education/pupil services, or school business administrator. Students who already hold a Wisconsin principal’s license may seek licensure as a superintendent. (See the Ph.D. section for more information). Although students admitted into Licensure-only programs must complete all course requirements for the MAE and the Online Professional Portfolio, they are not required to take the comprehensive master’s exam.

Educational Leadership Program (MAE) 32 credits as follows:

Core Courses — Common to all licenses (19 credits) EDL 705 Educational Leadership EDL 735 Research Application to Practice EDL 745 Special School Programs, Support Services, Assessment of Diverse Student Populations EDL 765 Communications, School–Community Relations Strategic Planning EDL 775 School Finance EDL 785 Law and Politics of Education EDL 790 Values Development for Educational Leaders AND Specific Courses For Principal — WI Code 51 (13 credits) EDL 715 Educational Administration EDL 725 Curriculum and Assessment EDL 755 Supervision and Personnel Development EDL 797 Principal Practicum EDL Elective  OR Specific Courses For Director of Instruction — WI Code 10 (13 credits) EDL 715 Educational Administration EDL 725 Curriculum and Assessment EDL 755 Supervision and Personnel Development EDL 798 Director of Instruction Practicum EDL Elective  8

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 1 cr

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 2 cr 2 cr

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 2 cr 2 cr


Master of Arts in Education: Leadership Studies Educational Leadership Program (MAE)...continued OR Specific Courses For Special Education/Pupil Services — WI Code 80 (13 credits) EDL 715 Educational Administration 3 cr EDL 725 Curriculum and Assessment 3 cr EDL 755 Supervision and Personnel Development 3 cr EDL 796 Special Education/Pupil Services Practicum 2 cr EDL Elective  2 cr OR Specific Courses For School Business Administrator — WI Code 08 (13 credits) EDL 762 Advanced School Business Administration EDL 764 Advanced Accounting and Computer Applications in Educational Administration EDL 766 Human Resources: Administration and Risk Management EDL 768 Auxiliary Services Management EDL 794 School Business Administrator Practicum

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 2 cr

Additional Requirements • Electronic Portfolio (Required of both MAE and Licensure-Only Programs) • Successful completion of the comprehensive master’s exam (Required for MAE only) Degree candidates must meet the following requirements: 1. Completion of the required course work or its equivalent with at least a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Grades below “C” (2.0) are not counted toward meeting degree requirements; 2. Successful completion of the online Professional Portfolio; 3. Successful completion of the master’s comprehensive exam; 4. Submission of application for degree completion; 5. Eligibility to hold a Wisconsin license to teach; and 6. Submission of evidence of three years of successful classroom teaching.

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/ls For admission packet, email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 9


Leadership Studies Summer Classes The following Leadership Studies classes are being offered this summer. For the most current course offerings, locations, and times go to www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/ls.

Appleton EDL 705 EDL 725 EDL 755 EDL 765 EDL 766 EDL 775 EDL 790

Educational Leadership 3 cr Curriculum & Assessment  3 cr Supervision & Personnel Development 3 cr Communications, School-Community Relations, & Strategic Planning 3 cr Human Relations: Administration & Risk Management 3 cr School Finance 3 cr Values Development for Educational Leaders 1 cr

Fond du Lac EDL 712 EDL 715 EDL 745 EDL 755 EDL 768 EDL 794 EDL 796 EDL 797 EDL 798

West Allis EDL 705 EDL 725 EDL 735 EDL 765 EDL 775 EDL 790

Wausau EDL 712 EDL 715 EDL 725 EDL 735 EDL 785

Online Portfolio for Administrators Educational Administration Special School Programs, Support Services, Assessment of Diverse Student Populations Supervision and Personnel Development Auxiliary Services Management  School Business Administrator Practicum Special Education/Pupil Services Practicum Principal Practicum Director of Instruction Practicum

2 cr 3 cr

Educational Leadership Curriculum & Assessment Research Application to Practice Communications, School–Community Relations, Strategic Planning School Finance Values Development for Educational Leaders

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 1 cr

Online Portfolio for Administrators Educational Administration Curriculum & Assessment Research Application to Practice Law and Politics of Education

2 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 2 cr 2 cr 2 cr 2 cr

Ph.D. Program (Fond du Lac Campus) Go to www.marianuniversity.edu/phd for dates and times EDL 812 EDL 826 EDL 850 EDL 857 EDL 854

Leadership & Ethics Intercultural Leadership The Superintendency Curriculum and Leadership Superintendent Internship

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 1–3 cr 10


Leadership Studies Fall Classes The following Leadership Studies classes are being offered this fall. For the most current course offerings, locations, and times go to www.marianuniversity.edu/soe/ls.

Appleton EDL 712 EDL 715 EDL 735 EDL 745 EDL 785 EDL 790

Online Portfolio for Administrators Educational Administration Research Application to Practice Special School Programs, Support Services, Assessment of Diverse Student Populations Law and Politics of Education  Values Development for Educational Leaders

Fond du Lac EDL 765 EDL 775 EDL 794 EDL 796 EDL 797 EDL 798

West Allis EDL 705 EDL 755

Wausau EDL 705 EDL 712 EDL 745

2 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 1 cr

Communications, School–Community Relations, Strategic Planning School Finance School Business Administrator Practicum Special Education/Pupil Services Practicum Principal Practicum Director of Instruction Practicum

3 cr 3 cr 2 cr 2 cr 2 cr 2 cr

Educational Leadership Supervision and Personnel Development

3 cr 3 cr

Educational Leadership Online Portfolio for Administrators Special School Programs, Support Services, Assessment of Diverse Student Populations

3 cr 2 cr 3 cr

Ph.D. Program (Fond du Lac Campus) Go to www.marianuniversity.edu/phd for dates and times EDL 810 EDL 813 EDL 855 EDL 854

Research Endeavor Leadership Foundations Advanced Law and Education Superintendent Internship

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 1–3 cr,

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Doctoral Studies Program (Ph.D.) Ph.D. with The Curriculum and Instruction OR Leadership Studies Concentrations Core Studies EDL 811 EDL 812 EDL 813

Art and Practice of Leading Leadership and Ethics Leadership Foundations

Research Core EDL 810 EDL 900 EDL 901 EDL 902 EDL 903 EDL 920

The Research Endeavor Foundations of Research Advanced Qualitative Research Advanced Quantitative Research Dissertation Research Seminar Dissertation

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3–9 cr 12+ cr

AND Curriculum & Instruction Leadership Concentration — 24 credits Emphasis is on studying and transforming learning and education in the broadest sense, includes investigating the relationship between theory and learning practice, and the contours of society and cultures. The program transcends a broad range of educational programs. EDL 853 EDL 856 EDL 857 EDL 860 EDL 861 EDL 862 EDL 863 EDL 864

Organizational Culture Advanced Program Planning and Evaluation Curriculum and Leadership Advanced Curriculum Theory and Practice  Instructional Leadership: Theory and Practice  Teacher Education and Development Sociocultural Concerns in Education and Leadership Philosophical Concerns in Education and Leadership

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr

OR Leadership Studies Concentration — 24 credits This emphasis is designed to engage participants in the theory and practice of leadership and organization development. The program concentrates on continued development. EDL 814 EDL 817 EDL 819 EDL 821 EDL 826 EDL 827 EDL 853 EDL 856

Developing Leader Capacity  Organization Development and Change Adult Development  Organizational Behavior Intercultural Leadership Leadership for Social Change Organizational Culture Advanced Program Planning and Evaluation

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3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr


Doctoral Studies Program (Ph.D.) Ph.D. with The Educational Administration Concentration (School Superintendent) Core Studies EDL 811 EDL 812 EDL 813  Research Core EDL 810 EDL 900 EDL 901 EDL 902 EDL 903 EDL 920

Art and Practice of Leading  Leadership and Ethics  Leadership Foundations The Research Endeavor Foundations of Research Advanced Qualitative Research Advanced Quantitative Research Dissertation Research Seminar Dissertation

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3–9 cr 12+ cr

AND Educational Administration Concentration — 24 credits This area is specifically oriented to the school district administrator superintendent licensure requirements of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) Chapter PI34. EDL 850 EDL 851 EDL 852 EDL 853 EDL 854 EDL 855 EDL 856 EDL 857

The Superintendency  Personnel Administration  Technology & Educational Reform  Organizational Culture  Superintendent Internship  Advanced Law and Education  Advanced Program Planning and Evaluation  Curriculum and Leadership 

3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr 3 cr

School District Administrator/Superintendent WI License Only (Wisconsin Code 03) Complete in less than 2 years: • One (1) course in fall and spring semesters • Two (2) or more summer courses (Fond du Lac residency for summer courses) • 21 credits of coursework and 3 credits of internship Education Administration concentration courses only

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/phd For admission packet, email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 13


Doctoral Studies Program (Ph.D.) Ph.D. in Leadership Studies: Educational Administration (60 credits) Ph.D. and Superintendent License Course Sequence Example Classes held evenings (5:30–9:45 p.m.) or weekends (5:30–9 p.m. F; 8 a.m.–4 p.m. S) Semester 1: Summer 2012 EDL 850 Superintendency  EDL 867 Curriculum and Leadership 

3 cr 3 cr

Semester 2: Fall 2012 EDL 813 Leadership Foundations  EDL 855 Seminar in Law & Education 

3 cr 3 cr

Semester 3: Spring 2013 EDL 810 Research Endeavor EDL 852 Technology and Leadership

3 cr 3 cr

Semester 4: Summer 2013 EDL 811 Art and Practice of Leading  3 cr EDL 856 Advanced Program Planning and Evaluation 3 cr EDL 854 Superintendent Internship 1 cr Semester 5: Fall 2013 EDL 900 Foundations of Research 3 cr EDL 851 Personnel Administration 3 cr EDL 854 Superintendent Internship 1 cr Semester 6: Spring 2014 EDL 856 Leadership and Ethics 3 cr EDL 853 Organizational Culture 3 cr EDL 854 Superintendent Internship 1 cr Semester 7: Summer 2014 EDL 901 Advanced Qualitative Research

3 cr

Semester 8: Fall 2014 EDL 902 Advanced Quantitative Research EDL 903 Dissertation Seminar

3 cr 3 cr

Semester 9: Spring 2015 EDL 817 Dissertation

3–9 cr

Semester 10: Summer 2015 EDL 920 Dissertation

3–9 cr

Semester 11: Fall 2015 EDL 920 Dissertation

3–9 cr

For the most current course offerings: www.marianuniversity.edu/phd For admission packet email: gradadmissions@marianuniversity.edu 14


Superintendent Licensure-Only Superintendent Licensure WI Code 03 - Only Program (24 credits) Course Sequence Example Classes held evenings (5:30–9:45 p.m.) or weekends (5:30–9 p.m. F; 8 a.m.–4 p.m. S) Semester 1: Summer 2012 EDL 850 Superintendency  EDL 867 Curriculum and Leadership 

3 cr 3 cr

Semester 2: Fall 2012 EDL 855 Seminar in Law & Education 

3 cr

Semester 3: Spring 2013 EDL 852 Technology and Leadership

3 cr

Semester 4: Summer 2013 EDL 856 Advanced Program Planning and Evaluation EDL 854 Superintendent Internship 

3 cr 1 cr

Semester 5: Fall 2013 EDL 851 Personnel Administration EDL 854 Superintendent Internship 

3 cr 1 cr

Semester 6: Spring 2014 EDL 853 Organizational Culture EDL 854 Superintendent Internship 

3 cr 1 cr

Tuition/Fees/Books and Materials Tuition/Fee Structure $250 per credit professional development courses (604) $428 per credit required MAE degree courses ($458 Fall 2012) $560 per credit Ph.D. courses (800 & 900 level) ($580 Fall 2012) $150 Clinical/Practicum Fee Application Fee (one-time-only fee for first-time students) $50 Master’s degree students • $75 Ph.D. degree students Book and Material Fees Book and material fees are in addition to tuition. Textbooks may be purchased from the Marian University Bookstore and Sabre Shop by using one of the following methods: • In person at the bookstore (Fond du Lac campus) • Phone at (800) 262-7426 ext. 7166 or 920-923-7166 • Online at www.marianbooks.net

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School of Education Graduate Course Schedule