2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 15, 2019  
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [Archived]

Bayh College of Education


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Dr. Janet Buckenmeyer, Dean
University Hall, room 109

 , Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs
University Hall, room 109

Dr. Judy Sheese, Assistant Dean for Teacher Education and Outreach and Director of Education Student Services
University Hall, room 115
Web site: http://indstate.edu/education

The mission of the Bayh College of Education is to prepare, promote, and advance educational and human service professionals for a diverse and ever-changing world. The college faculty and staff hold the belief that they and their students are actively engaged in the process of Becoming a Complete Professional, with three essential elements of work: the educator as an expert or mediator of learning, the educator as a member of community, and the educator as a person. As such, student success, social justice and diversity, caring for others, responsibility, honesty, openness to change, and collegiality are valued by the faculty and staff.

The purpose of the Bayh College of Education is to prepare prospective teachers and a variety of other educational leaders including clinicians, counselors, school administrators, school psychologists, instructional supervisors, and university administrators to assume a significant role in providing professional development for experienced teachers and practitioners in each of these fields. In addition, the Bayh College of Education faculty, staff, and students contribute to school improvement, engage in research and scholarship necessary to better understand the complexities of teaching and learning, and provide service to the public.

The Bayh College of Education is the official teacher education agency of the University. The faculty of the Bayh College of Education, in conjunction with content faculty across campus, is responsible for the content, structure, and design of all curricula and field experiences and for preparing professional education personnel for beginning and advanced positions in teaching, administration, counseling, and other human service professions in both school and non-school settings. The range of responsibility of the Bayh College of Education includes pre-service, in-service, and continuing education of those who plan, implement, and evaluate learning environments.

Scholarships to students are available through individual departments and the Dean’s Office. Specific information can be obtained from the University Scholarships Office and from http://indstate.edu/thebranch.

Graduate programs in education and for institutional/agency settings are offered in the Bayh College of Education. Graduate degrees ranging from the master’s through the doctor of philosophy degrees are offered as well as several non-degree graduate programs. Graduate programs and the licensure requirements for the various Indiana administration, teaching, and school services personnel licenses are included in this section.

The graduate programs for teachers, school service personnel, and administrators are accredited by the Indiana Department of Education and accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. The speech-language pathology programs are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The school counseling and mental health counseling programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Counseling Related Educational Programs. The school psychology programs are approved by the National Association of School Psychologists. The doctor of philosophy programs in guidance and psychological services with specializations in school psychology and in counseling psychology are accredited by the American Psychological Association.

The following instructional units and service agencies make up the Bayh College of Education.

DEPARTMENTS

Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology, Dr. Linda L. Sperry, Chairperson and Professor of Counseling Psychology

Department of Educational Leadership, Dr. Mary Howard-Hamilton, Chairperson and Professor of Educational Leadership

Department of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Ryan Donlan, Interim Chairperson and Associate Professor of Educational Leadership

SERVICE AGENCIES

Administrative Placement, Dr. Terry McDaniel, Director and Professor of Educational Leadership

Blumberg Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education, Dr. Carol Wetherell, Director

Center for Mathematics Education, Dr. Elizabeth Brown, Co-Director and Professor of Mathematics; Dr. Marylin Leinenbach, Co-Director and Associate Professor of Elementary Education

Early Childhood Education Center, Holly Curtsinger, Director

Education Student Services, Dr. Judy Sheese, Director

Indiana Principal Leadership Institute, Dr. Linda Marrs-Morford, Director

Instructional and Information Technology Services, Dr. Brian Zuel, Director

Professional Development Schools Program

Norma and William Grosjean Clinics at University Hall, Ms. Amanda Solesky, Director
          Clinical Mental Health Counseling Clinic, Dr. Anna Viviani, Coordinator and Associate Professor of Counseling
          Porter School Psychology Center, Dr. Carrie Ball, Coordinator and Associate Professor of School Psychology
          Rowe Center for Communication Disorders (Speech and Hearing Clinic), Ms. Amanda Solesky, Clinic Coordinator


GRADUATE DEGREE AND NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS

Master of Education Programs (admission and curricular information are found in the section for the appropriate department)

Curriculum and Instruction (Department of Teaching and Learning)
Elementary Education—Areas of Concentration: Early Childhood, Literacy, Primary and Intermediate (Department of Teaching and Learning)
School Counseling (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)
School Psychology (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)
School Administration and Supervision (Department of Educational Leadership)


Master of Arts and Master of Science Programs

Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)
Communication Disorders—Speech Language Pathology (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)
Educational Technology (Department of Teaching and Learning)
Special Education (Department of Teaching and Learning)
Student Affairs and Higher Education (Department of Educational Leadership)


Post-Master’s Non-Degree Programs

Non-Degree School Administration and Supervision (Department  of Educational Leadership)
School Counseling (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)
Non-Degree Director of Career and Technical Education (Department of Educational Leadership)
Non-Degree Director of Curriculum and Instruction (Department of Educational Leadership)
Non-Degree Director of Exceptional Needs (Department of Educational Leadership)
Non-Degree Visual Impairment (Department of Teaching and Learning)
Non-Degree Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology Certificate (Department of Teaching and Learning )
Non-Degree Instructional Design Certificate (Department of Teaching and Learning)
Non-Degree Virtual Instruction Certificate (Department of Teaching and Learning)

Educational Specialist Programs

School Administration (Department of Educational Leadership)
School Psychology (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)

Doctor of Philosophy Programs

Curriculum and Instruction—Areas of Concentration: Secondary Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, Early Childhood Education, English Education, History Education, Industrial Technology Education, Educational Technology, Language Education, Mathematics Education, Post-secondary Teaching and Learning, Sport Management, Literacy Education, or other approved areas (Department of Teaching and Learning )

Educational Administration—Areas of Specialization: School Administration or Higher Education Leadership (Department of Educational Leadership)

Guidance and Psychological Services—Areas of Specialization: Counseling Psychology, Counselor Education, or School Psychology (Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology)

LICENSURE REGULATIONS

Because of changes in educator licensing, up-to-date licensing information is not included in this Catalog. For questions, contact Education Student Services.

 

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