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Masters in Business Administration

Graduation Requirements

Masters of Business Administration Course Requirements
M.B.A.: 36 hours to include MBA 601, 615, 624, 640, 643, 646, 658, 664, 682, 686, 687, and 688.

Students wishing to add a concentration (Health Administration, Human Resources, Leadership, or Sports Administration) within the MBA may do so at any point in the degree program prior to graduation.  Each of the concentrations below when added to the MBA result in a total of 42 credit hours ofr the MBA and corresponding concentration. 

Health Administration concentration – Students will not take MBA 686 and will be required to select 3 of the following courses: MHA 608, 643, 646, or 688.

Human Resource concentration - Students will not take MBA 686 and will be required to take all of the following courses: MSL 660, 661, and 662.

Leadership concentration - Students will not be required to take MBA 686 and but will be required to take three of the following courses: MBA 686, MSL 630, 665, and 668.

Sports Administration concentration - Students will not take MBA 686 and will be required to select 3 of the following courses: MSA 608, 643, 646, or 668.

 

Masters in Health Administration

Graduation Requirements

Masters in Health Administration Course Requirements
M.H.A. :
 36 hours to include MSL 601, 630, 686, 660, 665, MBA 640, MHA 608, 624, 643, 646, 668, 670. 

Certificate in Health Administration Course Requirements
M.H.A. :                9 hours from the following:  MHA 608, 643, 646, and 668.

 

Masters in Public Administration

Graduation Requirements

Masters of Public Administration Course Requirements
M.P.A.: 36 hours to include MPA 601, 603, 604, 605, 606, 607, 608, 609, 610, 611, 612, 613    

MBA concentrations
Students wishing to add a concentration (Health Administration, Human Resources, Leadership, or Sports Administration) within the MBA may do so at any point in the degree program prior to graduation.  Each of the concentrations below when added to the MBA result in a total of 42 credit hours ofr the MBA and corresponding concentration. 

Health Administration concentration – Students will not take MBA 686 and will be required to select 3 of the following courses: MHA 608, 643, 646, or 688.

Human Resource concentration - Students will not take MBA 686 and will be required to take all of the following courses: MSL 660, 661, and 662.

Leadership concentration - Students will not be required to take MBA 686 and but will be required to take three of the following courses: MBA 686, MSL 630, 665, and 668.

Sports Administration concentration - Students will not take MBA 686 and will be required to select 3 of the following courses: MSA 608, 643, 646, or 668.

 

Masters in Science in Leadership

Graduation Requirements

Masters in Science in Leadership Course Requirements
M.S.L.:  36 hours to include MSL 601, 624, 630, 640, 643, 646, 658, 660, 665, 668, 670, 686.

MSL concentrations
Students wishing to add a Human Resources concentration to the MSL may do so at any point in the degree program prior to graduation.  The Human Resources concentration requires the addition of MSL 661 and MSL 662. Total hours for the MSL with a concentration in Human Resources is 42 hours.

Certificate in Human Resources Course Requirements
M.S.L. : 9 hours from the following:  MSL 660, 661, 662 and 663.

Certificate in Leadership Course Requirements
M.S.L. : 9 hours from the following:  MBA 686, MSL 630, 665 and 668

 

Masters in Sports Administration

Graduation Requirements

Masters in Sports Administration Course Requirements
M.S.A.:
 36 hours to include MSL 601, 630, 660, 665, 686, MBA 640, MSA 608, 624, 643, 646, 668, 670. 

Certificate in Sports Administration Course Requirements
M.S.A. :  9 hours from the following: MSA 608, 643, 646 and 668

 

Master of Education

Requirements for M.Ed. Degree

Objectives of the Master of Education Program
The goal of graduate teacher education is to prepare competent teachers who demonstrate both academic excellence and professional knowledge while providing distinctive Christian leadership and service to students, parents, and communities. The conceptual framework of the department reflects these goals and supports the following objectives:

 

Master of Education - Elementary Emphasis - (Grades K - 6)
Required Courses (33 credit hours):

Course # Title Credit
EDU 610 Research Methods and Procedures 3
EDU 612 Curriculum Planning and Organization  3
EDU 621 Assessing Student Learning 3
EDU 623 Technology in Education 3
EDU 624  Issues and Innovations in Elementary Schools 3
EDU 625 Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom 3
EDU 628 Advanced Instructional Strategies 3
EDU 630 Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies in the Content Areas 3
EDU 631  Individual Instruction for Children with Learning Problems 3
EDU 636 Supervision of Instruction: Collaborating for Accountability 3
REA 622 Teaching Reading Skills and Comprehension 3

 

Master of Education – Secondary Emphasis – (Grades 7 – 12)
Required Courses (33 credit hours):

Course # Title Credit
EDU 610 Research Methods and Procedures  3
EDU 612 Curriculum Planning and Organization 3
EDU 621  Assessing Student Learning  3
EDU 623 Technology in Education 3
EDU 624  Issues and Innovations in Elementary Schools 3
EDU 625  Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom  3
EDU 628  Advanced Instructional Strategies 3
EDU 630 Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies in the Content Areas 3
EDU 631  Individual Instruction for Children with Learning Problems 3
EDU 636  Supervision of Instruction: Collaborating for Accountability   3
REA 617  Teaching Reading in the Secondary School  3

 

Master of Education – Education Technology Emphasis
Required Courses (33 credit hours):

Course # Title Credit
EDU 610 Research Methods and Procedures  3
EDU 612 Curriculum Planning and Organization 3
EDU 621  Assessing Student Learning  3
EDU 623 Technology in Education 3
EDU 625  Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom  3
EDU 628  Advanced Instructional Strategies 3
EDU 630 Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies in the Content Areas 3
EDU 641 Integrating Technology into the Curriculum 3
EDU 642 Using Technology to Assess Learning and Manage Data 3
EDU 643 New and Emerging Technologies 3
REA 617  Teaching Reading in the Secondary School   or 3
REA 622 Teaching Reading Skills and Comprehension  3


Master of Education – National Boards Emphasis
Required Courses (33 credit hours):

Course # Title Credit
EDU 610 Research Methods and Procedures  3
EDU 612 Curriculum Planning and Organization 3
EDU 621  Assessing Student Learning  3
EDU 623 Technology in Education 3
EDU 625  Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom  3
EDU 628  Advanced Instructional Strategies 3
EDU 630 Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies in the Content Areas 3
EDU 651 Engaging Learning Communities 3
EDU 652 Case Study Analysis 3
EDU 653 Self Teaching Analysis 3
REA 617 Teaching Reading in the Secondary School   or 3
REA 622 Teaching Reading Skills and Comprehension 3

NOTE: Students seeking teaching certification must assume responsibility for fulfilling all state requirements.  Completion of the Master of Education does not guarantee licensure. 

 

Master of Education in Reading Literacy

Requirements for M.Ed.R.L. Degree

Objectives of the Master of Education in Reading Literacy Program
The goal of graduate teacher education is to prepare competent teachers who demonstrate both academic excellence and professional knowledge while providing distinctive Christian leadership and service to students, parents, and communities. The conceptual framework of the department reflects these goals and supports the following objectives:

Master of Education in Reading Literacy
Required Courses (33 credit hours):

Course # Title Credit
EDU 610   Research Methods and Procedures 3
EDU 630   Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies in the Content Areas 3
EDU 612 Curriculum Planning and Organization 3
REA 608 Early Literacy Instruction  3
REA 611 Literature and Literacy 3
REA 617  Content Area Literacy  3
REA 622 Teaching Reading Skills and Comprehension 3
REA 627 Middle Grade Literacy (4-8)  3
REA 629 Literacy Assessment, Diagnosis, and Remediation 3
REA 632 Practicum in Reading 3
EDU 625 Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom 3

NOTE: Students seeking teaching certification must assume responsibility for fulfilling all state requirements.  Completion of the Master of Reading does not guarantee licensure.

 

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