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OFFICE: North Education 166                                                     EDL 621. Seminar in Designing Schools to Support Diverse
TELEPHONE: 619-594-4063                                                                   Learning Style Needs (2)
                                                                                          (Offered only as a distance education course)
E-MAIL: awebster@mail.sdsu.edu                                                     Prerequisites: Admission to Certificate in Educational Facility
http://edweb.sdsu.edu/edleader/                                                 Planning.
                                                                                   Linking school design to learning and teaching styles, enhancing
                                                                                opportunities for differentiated instruction within classrooms.
Faculty                                                                         EDL 622. Seminar in Educational Facility Pre-Design Planning (2)
Kathleen C. Cohn, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Leadership,                             (Offered only as a distance education course)
   Chair of Department, Co-Director of Ed.D. in Educational                        Prerequisites: Admission to Certificate in Educational Facility
   Leadership with Concentration in PreK-12 School Leadership                   Planning.
Margaret R. Basom, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Leadership                      Components of school facility pre-design planning, processes for
                                                                                deriving essential information, strategies for documenting detail, and
Joel H. Brown, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Leadership
                                                                                means to connect planning with design.
Joseph F. Johnson, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Leadership
                                                                                EDL 623. Seminar in Educational Facility Design Process (2)
Lionel R. Meno, Ed.D., Professor of Educational Leadership                                 (Offered only as a distance education course)
Ian R. Pumpian, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Leadership                          Prerequisites: Admission to Certificate in Educational Facility
Cynthia L. Uline, Ph.D., Professor of Educational Leadership                    Planning.
                                                                                    Architectural/engineering design process of school facilities,
Cheryl M. James-Ward, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Educational
                                                                                including who is involved, how they are involved, when, why, and
   Leadership                                                                   intended outcomes of process.
                                                                                EDL 624. Seminar in Educational Facility Implementation (2)
Courses Acceptable on Master’s                                                             (Offered only as a distance education course)
Degree Programs in Education (EDL)                                                  Prerequisites: Admission to Certificate in Educational Facility
                                                                                Planning.
    Refer to Courses and Curricula and Regulations of the Division of Gradu-
                                                                                    School facility capital project management from initial conception
ate Affairs sections of this bulletin for explanation of the course numbering
system, unit or credit hour, prerequisites, and related information.
                                                                                through planning, design, construction, and post-occupancy phases,
                                                                                presenting various project delivery models and defining role of stake-
                      UPPER DIVISION COURSE                                     holders in each phase.
EDL 596. Topics in Educational Leadership (1-3)                                 EDL 625. Seminar in Educational Facility Assessment and
   Selected problems in educational leadership. May be repeated                            Maintenance (2)
with new content. See Class Schedule for specific content. Limit of                        (Offered only as a distance education course)
nine units of any combination of 296, 496, 596 courses applicable to a              Prerequisites: Admission to Certificate in Educational Facility
bachelor's degree. Maximum credit of six units of 596 applicable to a           Planning.
bachelor's degree. Credit for 596 and 696 applicable to a master's                  Purpose and methods of school facility life cycle assessment,
degree with approval of the graduate adviser.                                   indicators of quality, assessment instruments, maintenance programs
                                                                                as an assessment tool, and procedures and policies for institutional-
                         GRADUATE COURSES                                       izing assessment.
EDL 600. Principles of Educational Administration (3)                           EDL 630. Curriculum Design and Management (3)
    Prerequisites: Admission to Preliminary Administrative Services                 Prerequisites: Admission to Preliminary Administrative Services
Credential program and classified graduate standing.                            Credential program and classified graduate standing.
    Educational administration and leadership as a profession.                      Administrator’s role in curriculum leadership and management in
Related organizational concepts and management theories.                        elementary, middle, and secondary school; emphasis on interrelation-
Principles and competencies for leadership and administrative                   ships within levels; supervision of curricular and supervisory
practice as each relates to the aspiring school administrator. (Formerly        personnel; use of research in curriculum development and implemen-
numbered Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary                       tation. (Formerly numbered Administration, Rehabilitation and
Education 600.)                                                                 Postsecondary Education 630.)
EDL 610. Educational Leadership in PreK-12 Educational                          EDL 640. Educational Leadership in School Community
           Organizations (3)                                                              Relations (3)
    Prerequisites: Admission to Preliminary Administrative Services                 Prerequisites: Admission to MA degree or tier 1 credential
Credential program and classified graduate standing.                            program; Educational Leadership 600 and 610.
    Concepts and techniques of leadership, analysis of factors and                  Increasing family and community involvement in schools.
practice in procedures of individual and group leadership as applied            Improving student achievement through using educational leadership
to preK-12 educational environments.                                            strategies and resources.
EDL 620. Seminar in Educational Facility Community Engagement                   EDL 652. Seminar in Instructional Improvement and
          and Master Planning (2)                                                          Evaluation (3)
          (Offered only as a distance education course)                            Prerequisites: Admission to Preliminary Administrative Services
   Prerequisites: Admission to Certificate in Educational Facility              Credential program and classified graduate standing.
Planning.                                                                          Improvement of instruction through application of principles and
   Models of community partnership processes, methods for deter-                practices in assessment of teaching competency; development of
mining accurate enrollment projections, and stages, timelines, and              teaching profiles; leadership skills in working with teachers to improve
processes for designing and implementing a school facility project.             performance. (Formerly numbered Administration, Rehabilitation and
                                                                                Postsecondary Education 652.)




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                                                                                                               Educational Leadership

EDL 655. Communication, Problem Solving, and Decision Making                EDL 755. Governance and Policy Development in PreK-12
           in PK12 (3)                                                                 Learning Organizations (3)
    Prerequisites: Admission to Preliminary Administrative Services             Prerequisites: Completion of a graduate degree and approval of
Credential program and classified graduate standing.                        department.
    Educational leadership principles and practices for communi-                Development of preK-12 educational policy and impact of politics
cation, problem solving, and decision making in preK-12 schools and         in governance and administration; control functions of federal, state,
educational organizations. (Formerly numbered Administration,               and local agencies; influence of lay citizens and special interest
Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education 655.)                            groups; roles of judiciary, employee organizations and students.
EDL 660. Field Experience in Educational                                    EDL 760. Practicum in PreK-12 Educational Organizations (2-6)
           Leadership (1-6) Cr/NC/RP                                                   Cr/NC/RP
    Prerequisites: Educational Leadership 680 and classified graduate           Prerequisites: Consent of instructor.
standing in the educational administration program.                             Internship for preK-12 educational administrators. Application to
    Supervised field experience in schools or other educational             take this course must be made in the preceding semester by preregis-
settings. Monthly sessions with university faculty. Application to take     tration with the credential program coordinator. Released time may be
this course must be made during preceding semester. Maximum                 required. May be repeated. Maximum credit 12 units applicable to the
credit 10 units of which 4 units are applicable to a master’s degree.       Professional Administrative Services Credential.
(Formerly numbered Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsec-              EDL 798. Special Study (1-6) Cr/NC/RP
ondary Education 660.)                                                         Prerequisites: Consent of staff; to be arranged with department
EDL 680. Seminar in PreK-12 Educational Administration (2-6)                chair and instructor. May involve fieldwork.
    Prerequisites: Consent of instructor.                                      Individual study. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master's
    Educational administration in preK-12 schools and school districts.     degree.
Field experience when appropriate. May be repeated with new                 EDL 800. Leadership Research Practicum
content. See Class Schedule for specific content. Maximum credit six                  (0.6-1.3) (1-2 quarter units) Cr/NC
units applicable to a master's degree.                                         Prerequisites: Admission to the SDSU/UCSD/CSUSM doctoral
EDL 696. Advanced Topics in Educational Leadership (1-3)                    program and concurrent registration in one of the following courses:
    Intensive study in specific areas of educational leadership. May be     Educational Leadership 830 or Education 815, 840, 855.
repeated with new content. See Class Schedule for specific content.            Participation and observation of leadership practices in local
Credit for 596 and 696 applicable to a master's degree with approval        schools and educational settings.
of the graduate adviser.                                                    EDL 830. Leadership for Learning (3)
EDL 707. Educational Law and Finance (3)                                       Prerequisites: Admission to educational leadership doctoral
    Prerequisites: Completion of a graduate degree and approval of          program.
department.                                                                    Models of curriculum, instruction, and school organization. The
    Legal and financial aspects of educational administration               leader's role and responsibility in developing evidence-based
including implications for policy formulation in the areas of personnel,    decision making cultures that promote student achievement.
instruction, and resource management. (Formerly numbered Adminis-           EDL 855. Advanced Educational Leadership Research
tration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education 707.)                             Practicum (1.3) (2 quarter units)
EDL 720. Human Resource Development in PreK-12 Educational                     Prerequisites: Admission to SDSU/UCSD/CSUSM doctoral
           Organizations (3)                                                program and concurrent registration in Education 855.
     Prerequisites: Completion of a graduate degree and approval of            Participation and observation of leadership practices in local
department.                                                                 schools and educational settings.
     Human resource management in preK-12 educational adminis-
                                                                            EDL 880. Seminar in Topics in Educational Leadership (3)
tration including selection and evaluation of staff, contract
                                                                               Prerequisites: Admission to educational leadership doctoral
management, and staff development. Personnel managerial styles,
                                                                            program.
staff leadership, and motivation techniques as to morale and produc-
                                                                               Topical issues in field of educational leadership that have broad
tivity. Analysis of educational personnel systems and employee
                                                                            implications for research and practice in educational leadership.
assistance programs.
                                                                            Maximum credit six units applicable to Ed.D. in educational
EDL 727. Emerging Issues in Educational Leadership (3)                      leadership.
    Prerequisites: Completion of a graduate degree and approval of
                                                                            EDL 899. Doctoral Dissertation (1-15) Cr/NC/RP
department.
                                                                                       (Offered only in Extension)
    Identification and analysis of emerging local, national, and interna-
                                                                                Prerequisites: Advancement to candidacy and an officially consti-
tional issues impacting preK-12 educational organizations.
                                                                            tuted dissertation committee.
EDL 747. Leadership in Diverse PreK-12 Educational                          Preparation of the dissertation for the doctoral degree. Enrollment is
           Organizations (3)                                                    required during the term in which the dissertation is approved. No
    Prerequisites: Completion of a graduate degree and approval of              unit credit allowed toward advanced degree.
department.
    Current theory and practice in meeting needs of diverse learners.
Leadership and administration of preK-12 educational organizations
as political, complex systems requiring consensus-building dynamics
in a multicultural society.




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