The Specialist in Education with Superintendent Licensure is a post-masters program that prepares students for superintendent/AEA administration licensure. Developed from the Iowa Standards for School Leaders, the program enables students to become exemplary leaders within the field of education. A rich clinical experience is central to the program, with multiple hands-on experiences embedded throughout the coursework.
The Specialist in Education with Superintendent Licensure requires 30-credit hours, consisting of nine 3-credit courses and one 3-credit seminar.
|EDL 292 - Introductory Seminar||1|
|EDL 283 - Leading Complex Organizations||3|
|EDL 284 - Data Analytics in Education Research||3|
|EDL 285 - Ethics and Social Justice||3|
|EDL 286 - Systems Thinking||3|
|EDL 287 - Curriculum and Evaluation||3|
|EDL 288 - Human Resource Dynamics||3|
|EDL 289 - Organization Management||3|
|EDL 290 - School Resource Management||3|
|EDL 291 - Policy, Influence and Legal Issues||3|
|EDL 292 - Final Seminar||2|
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