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Date - 01/01/2023
 
EDU 5791: Legal Aspects and Administration of Schools    EDU 5791
This course develops leadership abilities at the school building level in setting standards for ethical behavior by example; encouraging initiative, innovation, collaboration, and mutual respect; and applying statutes and regulations and implementing school policies in accordance with ethical principles, and federal and state laws, including managing personnel issues, resolving conflicts, and implementing mandated services.
Course # NYC-23-004-020  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/01/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-020
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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Date - 01/10/2023
 
EDUG 748-61: Internship/Seminar I: Educational Leadership + 250 hours of Field Work    EDUG 748-61
Internship/Seminar 1is REQUIRED for the master degree or post master’s advanced certificate in Educational Leadership. The internship integrates all previous learning experiences of the aspiring and practicing school leader, uses a problem solving approach to issues affecting administrators in elementary and secondary schools in urban or suburban areas. A co-requirement for this course is at least 250 hours of field experience as an administrative intern, an internship portfolio, an internship improvement initiative, logs, journals, and a digital presentation. Prerequisites: 18 applicable credits taken at Manhattan College and appropriate GPA in program; course related field activities, and permission of Program Director.
Course # NYC-23-002-013  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/10/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-013
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: Manhattan College - Synchronous Online
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EDUG 889: Internship/Seminar 2    EDUG 889
This course is REQUIRED for the master degree or post master’s advanced certificate in Educational Leadership. Designed as a continuation of EDUG 748, this course provides ongoing supervision of the capstone leadership experience for completion of the internship improvement initiative, the internship portfolio, and exhibit of competencies. The 150 required hours for the internship improvement initiative in this course bring the total internship hours to 400. The 400 hours of internship may be completed in 15 weeks full time or 30 weeks part time. Prerequisite: EDUG 600, 100 hours of course related field activities, 18 credits of core course work taken at Manhattan College, 3.0 or better GPA.
Course # NYC-23-002-016  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/10/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-016
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: Manhattan College - Synchronous Online
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Date - 01/11/2023
 
ASGE 6521: Internship II    ASGE 6521
The course focuses on the systematic observation and planned participation in the administrative and supervisory activities of an urban or suburban school. The course, with its partner course ASGE 6520, focuses on the role of the school leader in terms of ethical and legal responsibilities, knowledge of budgeting, the use of instructional data, and the necessary disposition needed to ensure that all students in the schools they will lead will have the greatest opportunity for academic success. Prerequisite: Students must have completed ASGE 6520 Internship I and 21-24 credits before applying. Note: Interns must complete a total of 220 hours for Internship II – approximately 16-18 hours per week in a school. It is recommended that students exceed the 220 hours course minimum. Interns and the host school principal will be visited several times on site by the Professor. In addition to the first session, there will be 7 seminar sessions held throughout the semester; sites and dates of the seminar sessions will be determined collaboratively by the Professor and interns at the first session. Site visits will also be collaboratively scheduled by the Professor with the intern and host principal.
Course # NYC-23-006-015  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/11/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-015
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Fordham University: Lincoln Center Campus
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EDUG 600: Orientation to Educational Leadership    EDUG 600
This course is REQUIRED for all those admitted to the Educational Leadership program and must be taken at the start of the program. This orientation addresses technology resources for coursework, course related field activities, the internship, REQUIRED documentation for program completion, and the New York State certification examination. ONLINE assignments will also be included. The work for this course is done in class with instructor assistance.
Course # NYC-23-002-009  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/11/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-009
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: Manhattan College - Synchronous Online
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Date - 01/12/2023
 
ASGE 6338: Ethics of School Administration    ASGE 6338
Using case studies and theoretical analyses, this course examines the ethical issues that school administrators commonly face.
Course # NYC-23-006-009  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/12/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-009
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Fordham University - Bronx Campus
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ASGE 6461: Critical Issues in Educational Leadership    ASGE 6461
This course synthesizes research on enduring and emerging issues in administration and supervision, including retrenchment, special education, finance, and desegregation.
Course # NYC-23-006-013  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/12/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-013
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Fordham University - Bronx Campus
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Date - 01/18/2023
 
EDUG 738: Evaluating Program Effectiveness    EDUG 738
This course is REQUIRED for the master degree or post master’s advanced certificate in Educational Leadership. It is also suitable for professional development and CTLE hours. Participants will consider models, current practices, strategies, and a variety of data sources for determining organizational, personnel, and program effectiveness; strategize to involve constituents, stakeholders, and staff in assessing effectiveness and accountability for meeting standards; examine self-study and accrediting agency evaluation processes; integrate authentic, and alternative assessment; use data-based results to improve school and program effectiveness. 738 requires 15-20 hours of course related field activity.
Course # NYC-23-002-011  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-011
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Manhattan College - Synchronous Online
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EDU 5471: Leadership in Instructional Supervision    EDU 5471
This course develops leadership strategies and skills at the school building level that are essential for supervising staff within schools and leading professional development to realize the school vision and create a cohesive school culture. It discusses various supervisory approaches grounded in research on instructionally effective schools and builds leadership abilities in using differentiation strategies for adults and students, and multiple data sources to improve all aspects of the educational program.
Course # NYC-23-004-014  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-014
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5499: SBL Capstone Course- General Review and Exam Preparation    EDU 5499
This course provides a comprehensive review of administrative principles and practices emphasized on the State licensing examination for School Building Leaders. This is the last, required 1 credit course in the Program.
Course # NYC-23-004-015  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-015
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5571: Administrative Leadership and Planned Change    EDU 5571
This course develops leadership abilities at the school building level in effective supervision of the day-to-day operational practices of the school, and managing school finances from federal, state, and local sources, facilities, and personnel, to achieve educational goals for students, teachers, and other stakeholders. This includes major theoretical constructs underlying organizational culture, curriculum development, and planned change, and support of personnel to assist in their professional development.
Course # NYC-23-004-016  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-016
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5650: School Based Data Analysis    EDU 5650
This course develops leadership abilities at the school building level in using multiple data sources to identify present issues in the school and propose solutions. The course introduces students to basic statistical tools for individual, classroom, department, and school-based data-analysis to support school improvement. It includes interpretation of standard scores and the reliability and validity of assessments. It addresses the need to implement ethical decision-making and establish accountability systems for student achievement and fiscal responsibility.
Course # NYC-23-004-017  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-017
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5743 Educational Planning: An integration of Professional Capital Agendas    EDU 5743
Building upon the framework of 21st Century Shared Leadership model, the course focuses on developing human capital to improve teacher and staff effectiveness and student achievement. The course will investigate professional learning communities, recruitment and retaining teachers/staff, mentoring plans, professional development, coaching, and educational policies. Global initiatives are explored through the connection of local, state and federal agendas. Those “lenses” that are specified and explicated by students within the course place a major emphasis on improving leadership practices through the analysis of case studies, panel discussions, teamwork, video reviews and simulations. Credit: 3 semester hours. (Consult with SJU NP Advisor to register for this core- AC/SBL - or elective course- Master /SBL).
Course # NYC-23-004-018  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-018
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5761: School-Based Business Administration for Administrators and Supervisors    EDU 5761
This course develops leadership at the school building in identifying revenue sources, forecasting building and district expenditures, applying accounting principles, developing data-informed facility and personnel plans, and implementing a strategic business plan in accordance with ethical principles and federal and state regulations.
Course # NYC-23-004-019  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-019
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5811: Administration and Supervision of Services for Diverse Students    EDU 5811
This course develops leadership abilities at the school building in planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating support services for students with special education needs, English language learners, and other groups with learning needs to maximize their educational outcomes. The course includes establishing accountability systems for support services, and applying statutes and regulations as required by federal and state laws. This is an elective course to take with SJU NP advisor’s approval as an elective, in Master SBL degree Program, if you have completed all your core courses (18 credits or more).
Course # NYC-23-004-021  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-021
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 5950: School Building Leader Internship    EDU 5950
The SBL required Internship develops leadership at the school building level by facilitating hands-on experiences in every aspect of school administration, accompanied by reflective analyses, and connections between evidence-based research and practice.Prerequisite: 18 credits and submission of Internship plan to SJU DAIL. Consult with Advisor
Course # NYC-23-004-022  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-022
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 7411: Introduction to Designing Programs, Curriculum and Materials for Gifted and Talented Students    EDU 7411
This course develops ability in the design of appropriate programs, curriculum and materials for gifted/talented and high ability students along with a critical review of relevant research and contrast of alternative models and perspectives within gifted education. This course is an elective course designed to satisfy NY State license extensions for teaching gifted students for which Internship experiences will be required.
Course # NYC-23-004-023  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-023
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDU 7413: Professional collaboration and leadership in Gifted Education    EDU 7413
This course will cover collaborative models of professional development and program evaluation for gifted/talented and high ability students’ education, major issues and leadership concerns in the field, e.g., including underrepresented populations and integrated gifted practices school wide and system wide. Students will investigate how to network and disseminate information on gifted education.
Course # NYC-23-004-024  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/18/2023
Course # NYC-23-004-024
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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Date - 01/19/2023
 
EDUG 713: Methods in Psychological and Educational Research    EDUG 713
This course is REQUIRED for the master degree in Educational Leadership. This course may be waived and another substituted if a prior research thesis was successfully completed for another Master Degree. Participants will design a research proposal; apply techniques and format of research writing, complete three sections of the REQUIRED research proposal related to the participant’s program of study.
Course # NYC-23-002-010  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-010
Status: CLOSED
Type: Blended
Location: MANHATTAN COLLEGE, Manhattan College - Asynchronous Online, Manhattan College - Synchronous Online
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EDUG 845-61: Computer and Technology Utilization for Instructional Delivery    EDUG 845-61
This course is an ELECTIVE for the master degree in Educational Leadership. It is also suitable for Professional Development, CTLE hours, and toward CTE, Educational Technology Specialist Certification . Role of the intern, teacher, supervisor, consultant, and/or administrator in improving teaching/learning by survey of technology for curriculum enhancement. Strategies for staff development/collaboration to assess effectiveness of such programs, and meeting NYSED MST and ISTE standards for curriculum planning and instruction. Field experience will include exploration of existing programs that use technology to improve instruction. Opportunity for hands-on experiences (lab) to investigate software and hardware. Field experience required.
Course # NYC-23-002-014  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-014
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: Manhattan College - Synchronous Online, ONLINE
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EDSA 510DL: Using Data for Instruction and Educational Policy    EDSA 510DL
This class will study the essential concepts, principles, and methods employed in the field of education research. Focus will be on formulation and development of improvement of one problem affecting student achievement for investigation in the candidate’s workplace; survey of the related literature; selection and use of one or more appropriate methods for gathering evidence coupled with analysis and interpretation of data; and reporting findings and discussing their implications. Eighteen hours of field experience required.
Course # NYC-23-003-008  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-008
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 520DL: Curriculum and Teaching: Theories into Practice    EDSA 520DL
This course stresses developmental cognitive and social/emotional processes and their impact on teaching and learning, the principles of curriculum development, the role of school personnel, curriculum goals and objectives, the characteristics of excellent teachers, the role of technology in the post-Covid 19 era, effective instructional leadership, what students must learn, differentiated instruction, multicultural education, and data driven decision making. The learning activities for this course are designed to prepare each student with essential knowledge and competencies for effective instructional leadership and curriculum development and the supervision of teachers in implementing effective pedagogical strategies in this millennium. Eighteen hours of field experience required.
Course # NYC-23-003-009  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-009
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 535DL: Family and Community Engagement    EDSA 535DL
This course studies the influence of interest groups in urban and suburban areas who have a stake in the educational system. The course content focuses on the role of school administrators in developing a culturally responsive, diverse school community and school/home programs and the involvement of school and community personnel in partnerships with parents, the community and other stakeholders to further the educational aims of the community for all children. Eighteen hours of field experience required.
Course # NYC-23-003-010  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-010
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 540DL: Leadership in Instructional Supervision    EDSA 540DL
This course examines the new standards procedures, processes, and practices specifically related to the administration of the teaching-learning process, an understanding of staff motivation as a contributing factor to the success of the teaching-learning process and will gain insight as to how to integrate technology into all curriculum areas. The observation process is studied in detail. Eighteen hours of fieldwork required.
Course # NYC-23-003-011  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-011
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 560DL: Legal Aspects of the Administration of Schools    EDSA 560DL
This course will study the legal framework (National and New York State) within which public education operates. Areas considered are church-state relations, state agencies, local school boards, financing education, tort liability, teacher-personnel administration, the Taylor Law, tenure, desegregation, and the constitutional rights and freedoms of students. Eighteen hours of fieldwork required
Course # NYC-23-003-012  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-012
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 580DL: Clinic for School Administrators    EDSA 580DL
The clinic provides a university setting in which present and prospective administrators can consider current issues, problems, and opportunities in contemporary school systems. Areas of review will include productivity and accountability, economic and demographic trends, governance, creating effective, inclusive school culture, and the changing family and community structure. Eighteen hours of field experience are required.
Course # NYC-23-003-013  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-013
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 590DL: INTERNSHIP I    EDSA 590DL
The internship experience is intended to provide candidates with a minimum of 500 hours of significant field experiences over two semesters [?] and clinical internship practices for school building leadership candidates within a school environment to synthesize and apply current knowledge and develop the professional skills specified in the national and state Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL). The internship provides an opportunity for candidates to discover their own strengths, talents, leadership styles, needs, and interests. This training enables candidates (under the auspices of an experienced supervisor and college instructor) to apply supervisory and administrative skills to pragmatic school situations and experience the ongoing responsibilities of a practicing, effective school leader.
Course # NYC-23-003-014  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-014
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 591DL: INTERNSHIP II    EDSA 591DL
This is continuation of the Building level internship (EDSA591DL). This experience is intended to provide candidates with a minimum of 500 hours of significant field experiences and clinical internship practices for school building leadership candidates within a school environment to synthesize and apply current knowledge and develop the professional skills specified in the national and state Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL). The internship provides an opportunity for candidates to discover their own strengths, talents, leadership styles, needs, and interests. This training enables candidates (under the auspices of an experienced supervisor and college instructor) to apply supervisory and administrative skills to pragmatic school situations and experience the ongoing responsibilities of a practicing, effective school leader.
Course # NYC-23-003-015  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-015
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDSA 598DL: Functions of Human Capital in Educational Administration Activity Code: NYC-21-003-020    EDSA 598DL
This course is designed for those preparing for positions in school administration, with particular emphasis on human resource administration on the building and central office levels. The scope of the course will consist of the functions of human capital, specifically in the areas of strategic human planning, recruiting, hiring, evaluating staff; contract administration, negotiations and critical issues of human resource/human capital administration in the 21st century. The following topics will be covered: Strategic Human Resources Planning Analyzing staffing trends for public school districts Identifying policy decisions relative to staffing allocations Recruiting, selecting and hiring process for a diverse workforce Developing effective Induction, orientation and mentoring programs Creating effective Staff Development/Adult Learning Performance Evaluation Rewards/Progressive Discipline/Termination Contract Administration Critical Issues in the administration of Human Resources Legal Issues related to Human Resources In addition, the course will provide insight and assistance in the development of caring, critical and reflective professionals responsive to the needs of a diverse society. Eighteen hours of fieldwork is required.
Course # NYC-23-003-016  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/19/2023
Course # NYC-23-003-016
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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Date - 01/23/2023
 
ASGE 6338: Ethics of School Administration    ASGE 6338
Using case studies and theoretical analyses, this course examines the ethical issues that school administrators commonly face.
Course # NYC-23-006-010  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/23/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-010
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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ASGE 6338: Ethics of School Administration    ASGE 6338
Using case studies and theoretical analyses, this course examines the ethical issues that school administrators commonly face.
Course # NYC-23-006-011  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/23/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-011
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Fordham University: Lincoln Center Campus
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ASGE 6461: Critical Issues in Educational Leadership    ASGE 6461
This course synthesizes research on enduring and emerging issues in administration and supervision, including retrenchment, special education, finance, and desegregation.
Course # NYC-23-006-014  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/23/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-014
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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ASGE 6461: Critical Issues in Educational Leadership    ASGE 6461
This course synthesizes research on enduring and emerging issues in administration and supervision, including retrenchment, special education, finance, and desegregation.
Course # NYC-23-006-012  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/23/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-012
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Fordham University: Lincoln Center Campus
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ASGE 6521: Internship II    ASGE 6521
Description: The course focuses on the systematic observation and planned participation in the administrative and supervisory activities of an urban or suburban school. The course, with its partner course ASGE 6520, focuses on the role of the school leader in terms of ethical and legal responsibilities, knowledge of budgeting, the use of instructional data, and the necessary disposition needed to ensure that all students in the schools they will lead will have the greatest opportunity for academic success. Prerequisite: Students must have completed ASGE 6520 Internship I and 21-24 credits before applying. Note: Interns must complete a total of 220 hours for Internship II – approximately 16-18 hours per week in a school. It is recommended that students exceed the 220 hours course minimum. Interns and the host school principal will be visited several times on site by the Professor. There will be 2-6 seminar sessions held throughout the semester with times and dates selected collaboratively between interns and Professor. In addition, individual site visits also will be scheduled collaboratively by the Professor with the intern and host principal.
Course # NYC-23-006-016  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/23/2023
Course # NYC-23-006-016
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: Fordham University - Synchronous Online
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Date - 01/31/2023
 
SPCL 7756: Colloquium in Educational Leadership    SPCL 7756
Selected aspects of educational leadership through lectures, readings, case analyses, and directed on-site assignments. Students devote 75 hours to supervised field work during the term. Topics include 1) visioning and goal setting; 2) leading and supervising learning; 3) managing operations and resources; 4) collaboration and positive relationships; 5) accountability, equity and ethics; 6) advocacy, influence and change. Prerequisites: Permission of the Program Coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program
Course # NYC-23-005-003  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/31/2023
Course # NYC-23-005-003
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Brooklyn College, CUNY
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SPCL 7757T: Colloquium in Educational Leadership    SPCL 7757T
Selected aspects of educational leadership through lectures, readings, case analyses, and directed on-site assignments. Students devote 75 hours to supervised field work during the term. Topics include 1) visioning and goal setting; 2) leading and supervising learning; 3) managing operations and resources; 4) collaboration and positive relationships; 5) accountability, equity and ethics; 6) advocacy, influence and change. Prerequisites: Permission of the Program Coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program
Course # NYC-23-005-004  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/31/2023
Course # NYC-23-005-004
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: Brooklyn College, CUNY
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Date - 02/01/2023
 
EDUG 887: Mentored Research    EDUG 887
This 10-hour course is an independent study course that provides consultation for completing the major quantitative research paper. Those with a previous research course may take this course to complete a program-specific major paper with no pre-requisites . Participants completing their first major quantitative research paper must have taken EDUG 713 and completed three chapters of the proposal prior to registering for this course. Class meets by appointment with a research mentor for the collection of data, analysis of findings, discussion, conclusions, and recommendations of the research. Students must have completed Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the research proposal in EDUG 713. This course does not apply to a degree. Prerequisite: EDUG 713 or a previously completed major paper. Permission of Program Director. Pass/Fail.
Course # NYC-23-002-015  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 02/01/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-015
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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EDUG 890: Supervised Fieldwork in Administration (Internship Completion)    EDUG 890
This 10-hour course is an independent study course that provides consultation for completing internship documentation. Participants must have taken EDUG 748 Internship 1 and EDUG 889 Internship 2 prior to this course. Class meets by appointment with a College Supervisor. Submitted documentation is reviewed for final submission.
Course # NYC-23-002-017  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 02/01/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-017
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: ONLINE
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Date - 03/15/2023
 
EDUG 745: Curriculum Development and Adaptation    EDUG 745
This course is REQUIRED for the master degree or post master’s advanced certificate in Educational Leadership. It is also suitable for professional development or CTLE hours. EDUG745 considers principles, trends, and techniques of developmentally appropriate curriculum planning for early childhood through secondary schools; adaptation of curriculum to differentiate instruction and meet special needs; the role of the teacher, district and local supervisor and principal to facilitate meeting state curriculum standards and to adapt curriculum for effective instructional delivery. Participants will examine curriculum issues related to facilitating instructional delivery and instructional leadership with technology; standards based teaching and learning that assists students to meet state standards, including those with special needs, English language learners, learners of English as a new language, and gifted and talented. Course related field application is required.
Course # NYC-23-002-012  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 03/15/2023
Course # NYC-23-002-012
Status: CLOSED
Type: Face to Face
Location: MANHATTAN COLLEGE
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