2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 22, 2019  
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [Archived]

Educational Leadership, Administration, and Foundations


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GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED:

Master of Education—School Administration and Supervision
Master of Science or Master of Arts—Student Affairs and Higher Education
Post-Master’s, Non-Degree Principal Licensing Program
Non-Degree License Program, Director of Exceptional Needs
Educational Specialist—School Administration
Doctor of Philosophy—Educational Administration with Specialization in School Administration or Leadership in Higher Education
Non-degree License Program Director of Vocational Education

Department of Educational Leadership, Administration, and Foundations
College of Education, room 211G
Phone: 812-237-2900
Fax: 812-237-8041
E-mail: elaf@indstate.edu
Web site: http://elaf.indstate.edu

Department Chairperson: Dr. Joshua Powers

GRADUATE FACULTY

Professors

Balch, Bradley V., Ph.D., Indiana State University
Dean, College of Education and Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Building and District-Level Leadership, Collective Bargaining, School Finance, and Organizational Theory

Howard-Hamilton, Mary; Ed.D., North Carolina State University
Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Higher Education Administration, Leadership
Theory, Multicultural Competency, Diversity, African American Leaders

Maynard, C. Jack, Ed.D., West Virginia University
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Professor of Educational Leadership
Specializations: Higher Education Administration, Academic
Leadership, Teacher Education, Higher Education Law

Whitaker, Todd C., Ph.D., University of Missouri—Columbia
Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Public School Administration, Principal Leadership, School Law

Associate Professors

Barratt, William R., Ph.D., University of Iowa
Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Information Technology in Student Affairs, Student Development and Learning, Cognitive Style and Personality

Boyd, Robert L., Ed.D., Indiana University
Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Finance, Facilities, School and Community Demographics, Superintendency, Leadership Theory

Collins, Denise, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Professional Life in Student Affairs, Feminist Identity

Gruenert, Steve, Ph.D., University of Missouri—Columbia
Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Public School Administration, Principalship, Educational Philosophy, Organizational Culture and Climate

Hinton, Kandace, Ph.D., Indiana University
Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Diversity in Higher Education, African American Women Faculty and Administrators in Higher Education

Libler, Rebecca, W., Ed.D., Ball State University
Associate Dean, College of Education, and Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: School Community Relations, Research, Leadership

Powers, Joshua, Ph.D., Indiana University
Chairperson and Associate Professor of Educational Administration
Specializations: Higher Education Administration, Organizational Theory/Behavior, University Technology Transfer, Diversity, Strategic Planning

Assistant Professors

McDaniel, Terry, Ph.D., Indianapolis University
Assistant Professor of Educational Administration
Specialization: Leadership, Theory, Characteristics of a Successful Leader

POST-MASTER’S, NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR LICENSURE

Post-Master’s, Non-Degree License Program

School Administration and Supervision

Students who have completed a master’s degree with a minimum graduate grade point average of 3.25, hold at least a Standard Instructional License or a Proficient Practitioner License, and have no less than two years of teaching experience may become eligible for the initial Building-Level Administrator License by completing the Initial License–School Administration and Supervision post-master’s non-degree program.

Licensure Regulations

Interested individuals are encouraged to consult Education Student Services in the College of Education before pursuing a program intended to result in licensure.

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