This three-semester 9-credit course (3 credit hours each semester) combines the 240-hour internship field experience with the development of an applied research project in educational administration. The early focus of the course is on the internship in a school setting designed jointly by the student, the internship supervisor, and a school-based field supervisor. The internship is designed to encourage application of formal coursework to the management issues that face school leaders in the workplace. Out of the internship activities students complete a journal, develop a leadership platform (portfolio), conduct an investigation on an aspect of financial management and a study of community demographics and formulate a leadership project based on an issue of importance to the school. Each student will be required to produce a written report on the project and to defend it verbally at the conclusion of this course. Cr 9. Prerequisite: Open to matriculated students at the end of their Educational Leadership degree program.
EDU 685: Internship in School Administration
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Payment due January 5, 2014.
Spring semester begins Monday, January 13.