Sep 25, 2023  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Leadership and Educational Studies

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Terry McClannon, Chair

Roma B. Angel Alecia Youngblood Jackson Patrick M. O’Shea
Kim E. Becnel Andrew Koricich Christopher R. Osmond
Leslie Bolt Patricia Levine-Brown Alvin C. Proffit
Hunter R. Boylan Jennifer Luetkemeyer Matthew A. Thomas-Reid
Amelia W. Cheney George A. Maycock Krista P. Terry
Michael W. Dale Terry W. McClannon Gayle M. Turner
Audrey Dentith Vachel W. Miller Paul R. Wallace
Louis B. Gallien, Jr. Robin A. Moeller Brandy S. Wilson
William M. Gummerson Precious Mudiwa  
David R. Hostetler Peter J. Nelsen  
Barbara B. Howard George H. Olson  

The Department of Leadership and Educational Studies serves the education community and the public through:

- foundations of education courses for teacher education majors
- research courses to help students develop skills and knowledge needed to understand the design, implementation and evaluation of educational research
- graduate programs in public school administration; community college and higher education administration and teaching, developmental education and adult education; library science; and educational media/instructional technology

A student working toward a degree and/or licensure in the Department of Leadership and Educational Studies must develop her/his Program of Study in consultation with an approved advisor. Candidacy forms must be submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies and Research before the student has completed 12 semester hours of course work. Degree students taking courses without being officially assigned an advisor and receiving the advisor’s approval do so at the risk of not having the courses approved as part of the degree program.

Consult the Graduate Bulletin for further information.


    Foundations of EducationInstructional Technology/ComputersResearch

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