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1 UNC GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE PERSONNEL Jim Killacky Carol Kasworm Don Reichard JULY 2010

2 Jim Killacky Professor of Education & Director Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership Appalachian State University P.O. Box Boone, NC office fax Carol E. Kasworm W. Dallas Herring Professor Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education 608E Poe Hall, Campus Box 7801 North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC Office phone: FAX: Don Reichard President Emeritus Johnston County Community College Contact Information

3 INTRODUCTION This project was conducted for the North Carolina Community College Presidents Association s Professional Development Committee, as one effort to address the current and emerging leadership needs of community colleges in North Carolina. In the spring of 2010, the authors accepted the role of investigating the seventeen member institutions within the University of North Carolina System to identify graduate programs in educational leadership that might serve those aspiring to educational leadership positions within North Carolina Community Colleges. A survey was developed and sent to each institution, and where necessary, follow-up phone conversations were held. The results of this survey are being presented to the NCC Presidents Association on July 22, 2010 at their meeting in Brunswick, NC. During the meeting the authors will meet with the Association s Professional Development to consider next steps to address the current and emerging leadership needs in community colleges. This project presentation is in two sections. The first is a brief summary identifying those UNC universities that offer graduate programs in educational leadership. The second section presents detailed information on individual programs at each institution. Each program entry has seventeen items, including: contact information, degree offering, coursework, admissions requirements, location of and format for course offerings. This report reflects the data collected in the last eight months. Due to fluctuating tuition and fee structures the most current information is best obtained by direct contact with each program. The project presentation will be available through the Association s website after the July 22 meeting.

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Project Overview 1-2 Appalachian State University 3-16 East Carolina University North Carolina A&T State University North Carolina State University UNC Charlotte UNC Greensboro Western Carolina University 42-44

5 UNC Graduate Programs in Educational Leadership for Community College Personnel Seven universities within the University of North Carolina System offer twenty-four graduate programs that provide educational leadership degree opportunities for community college personnel. Details for each program are presented in the attached document. The data was assembled during spring 2010 through responses to a request for this information on behalf of the North Carolina Community College Presidents Professional Development Committee. Current information about tuition and fees may be easily obtained at the website for each institution. The institutions and their programs are: 1. Appalachian State University MA, Higher Education Adult and Developmental Education MA, Higher Education College and University Leadership MA, Higher Education Teaching Ed.S, Higher Education Adult & Developmental Education Ed.S, Higher Education College and University Leadership Ed.S, Higher Education Teaching Ed.D, Educational Leadership 2. East Carolina University MAED, Adult Education Ed.D, Educational Leadership Ed.D, Educational Leadership/Higher Education Concentration 3. North Carolina A&T State University Ph.D, Leadership Studies 4. North Carolina State University Graduate Certificate Program in Community College Teaching MS, M.Ed, Adult and Community College Education -Specializing in Community College Teaching 1

6 MS., M.Ed., Higher Education Administration -Specializing in Student Affairs -Specializing in Organization and Administration Ed.D, Adult and Community College Education, Distance Weekend Exec Cohort Ed.D, Adult and Community College Education Ph.D Educational Research and Policy Analysis -Specialization in Higher Education Administration (Effective 8/2010) 5. UNC Charlotte Ed.D, Educational Leadership 6. UNC- Greensboro M.ED, Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education Ph.D, Educational Studies concentration in Higher Education 7. Western Carolina University MAED, Community College Administration Ed.D, Educational leadership concentration in Community College Higher Education The following UNC institutions do not appear to have any emphasis on community college leadership at the graduate level: 1. Elizabeth City State University 2. UNC Chapel Hill 3. UNC Pembroke 4. UNC Wilmington 5. Winston Salem State University 2

7 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Higher Education, Adult and Developmental Education/MA Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Website: Contact Information: Name: Barbara Bonham, Ph.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 36 semester hours Hours in research: 3 Hours in electives: 6 Hours in internship: 0 Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in dissertation: 0 Hours in other: 0 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: HE 6861 American Higher Education HE 5635 Adult Development & Learning Theories HE 5640 Student Access and Success HE 5090 Adult & Developmental Education HE 5720 Program Development HE 5730 Assessment and Evaluation HE 5740 Learning Assistance in Developmental Education HE 5650 Curriculum in Higher Education HE 5710 Teaching & Learning in Adult/Developmental Education Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% On Line: 3

8 Hybrid: 5% Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 3 Part-Time: 40 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 4 Admission Requirements: Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 hours of undergraduate work AND official GRE scores* from ETS or official MAT scores from The Psychological Corporation OR GPA for the last 60 hours of undergraduate study above 2.70, but below 3.0, and GRE Verbal and the GRE* Quantitative total of 800 or more OR MAT score of 33. *Students taking the GRE must submit the writing sample but no minimum score is required. 3 Recommendations Acceptance Rates: 95% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4.5 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 4

9 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Higher Education, College and University Leadership/MA Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Website: Contact Information: Name: Charles Claxton, Ph.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 36 semester hours Hours in research: 3 Hours in electives: 6 Hours in internship: 0 Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in dissertation: 0 Hours in other: 0 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: HE 6861 American Higher Education HE 5635 Adult Development & Learning Theories HE 5640 Student Access & Success HE 5440 College & University Teaching HE 5700 Leadership in Higher Education HE 5840 Higher Education Finance HE 5990 Ethical & Legal Issues in HE HE 5430 Organization & Governance of Higher Education HE 5650 Curriculum in Higher Education Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% 5

10 On Line: Hybrid: 5% Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 7 Part-Time: 30 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 5 Admission Requirements: Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 hours of undergraduate work AND official GRE scores* from ETS or official MAT scores from The Psychological Corporation OR GPA for the last 60 hours of undergraduate study above 2.70, but below 3.0, and GRE Verbal and the GRE* Quantitative total of 800 or more OR MAT score of 33. *Students taking the GRE must submit the writing sample but no minimum score is required. 3 Recommendations Acceptance Rates: 95% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4.5 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 6

11 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Higher Education, Teaching/MA Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Website: Contact Information: Name: Hunter Boylan, Ph.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 36 semester hours Hours in research: 3 Hours in electives: 0 Hours in internship: 3 Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in dissertation: 0 Hours in other: 18 hours in a teaching content area List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: HE 6861 American Higher Education HE 6900 Higher Education Internship/Field Study HE 5440 College & University Teaching HE 5630 The Adult Learner HE 5420 The Community College Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% On Line: Hybrid: 5% Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 5 Average number of years to complete program: 7

12 Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 5 Admission Requirements: Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 hours of undergraduate work AND official GRE scores* from ETS or official MAT scores from The Psychological Corporation OR GPA for the last 60 hours of undergraduate study above 2.70, but below 3.0, and GRE Verbal and the GRE* Quantitative total of 800 or more, OR MAT score of 33. *Students taking the GRE must submit the writing sample but no minimum score is required. 3 Recommendations Acceptance Rates: 95% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4.5 plus faculty in content areas Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 8

13 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Higher Education, Adult and Developmental Education/Ed.S. Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Website: Contact Information: Name: Barbara Bonham, Ph.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 30 semester hours Hours in research: 3 Hours in electives: 9 Hours in internship: 0 Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in dissertation: 0. Hours in other: 0 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: HE 6040 Readings in Higher Education HE 6320 Institutional Effectiveness HE 6330 Organizing for Learning & Diversity HE 6090 Seminar in Adult & Developmental Education HE 6310 Critical Issues in Adult & Dev Education HE 6370 Designing Culturally Responsive Learning Environment Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% On Line: Hybrid: 5% Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 3 Part-Time: 20 9

14 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 5 Admission Requirements: Master's degree from an accredited college or university GPA from the master's degree of 3.0 or higher. Applicant must present scores from the GRE* or MAT but no minimum score is required OR GPA from the master's degree above 2.70, but below 3.0, and GRE Verbal and the GRE* Quantitative total of 800 or more OR MAT score of 41. *Students taking the GRE must submit the writing sample but no minimum score is required. 3 Recommendations Acceptance Rates: 95% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4.5 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 10

15 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Higher Education, Teaching/Ed.S. Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Website: Contact Information: Name: Hunter Boylan, Ph.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 30 semester hours Hours in research: 0 Hours in electives: 0 Hours in internship: 3 Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in dissertation: 0 Hours in other: 18 hours in a teaching content area List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: HE 6040 Readings in Higher Education HE 6650 Seminar in Postsecondary Education HE 6631 Teaching and Learning in Postsecondary Education Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% On Line: Hybrid: 5% Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 5 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 5 Admission Requirements: Master's degree from an accredited college or university 11

16 GPA from the master's degree of 3.0 or higher. Applicant must present scores from the GRE* or MAT but no minimum score is required OR GPA from the master's degree above 2.70, but below 3.0, and GRE Verbal and the GRE* Quantitative total of 800 or more OR MAT score of 41. *Students taking the GRE must submit the writing sample but no minimum score is required. 3 Recommendations Acceptance Rates: 95% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4.5 plus faculty in content areas Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 12

17 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Higher Education, College and University Leadership/Ed.S Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Website: Contact Information: Name: Charles Claxton, Ph.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 30 semester hours Hours in research: 3 Hours in electives: 6 Hours in internship: 0 Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in dissertation: 0 Hours in other: 0 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: HE 6040 Readings in Higher Education HE 6320 Institutional Effectiveness HE 6330 Organizing for Learning & Diversity HE 6340 Policy Analysis HE 6350 Leading Organizational Change in Higher Education HE 6360 Organizational Analysis in Higher Education HE 6840 Personnel Policy & Practice in Higher Education Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% On Line: Hybrid: 5% Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 5 Part-Time: 20 Average number of years to complete program: 13

18 Full-Time: 2 Part-Time: 4 Admission Requirements: Master's degree from an accredited college or university GPA from the master's degree of 3.0 or higher. Applicant must present scores from the GRE* or MAT but no minimum score is required OR GPA from the master's degree above 2.70, but below 3.0, and GRE Verbal and the GRE* Quantitative total of 800 or more OR MAT score of 41. *Students taking the GRE must submit the writing sample but no minimum score is required. 3 Recommendations Acceptance Rates: 95% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4.5 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 14

19 Appalachian State University Program/Degree: Ed.D, Ed Leadership Location of Program: Boone, NC and Sites around Western North Carolina Contact Information: Name: Jim Killacky, Ed.D Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 24 semester hours Hours in research: 12 Hours in electives: 12 Hours in internship: 6 Hours in thesis: 0 Hours in dissertation: 6 Hours in other: 0 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: To some degree in 9 leadership content courses and 4 electives Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 90% On Line: Hybrid: 10% Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 5 Part-Time: 87 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 4 Part-Time: 5 Admission Requirements: 4 Recommendations Letter of intent Interview Professional experience 15

20 Transcripts CV and GRE Acceptance Rates: 30% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? Yes If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Yes Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 2 16

21 East Carolina University Program/Degree: Ed.D Educational Leadership Location of Program: Greenville, NC Website: Contact Information: Name: Dr. Bill Grobe Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Hours in major: 24 Hours in research: 12 Hours in electives: 12 Hours in internship: 6 Hours in thesis: Hours in dissertation: 6 Hours in other: Course Formats (in %age): In Class: On Line: Hybrid: 100% Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: Full-Time: Part-Time: 55 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: Part-Time: 4 Admission Requirements: 30 percentile MAT or GRE 3 letters of recommendation Interview Writing sample 17

22 Acceptance Rates: 40% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 8 18

23 East Carolina University Program/Degree: Ed.D Educational Leadership/Higher Education Concentration; Masters of Arts in Education (Adult Education) Location of Program: On campus and throughout the state via cohorts Website: (In transition and being upgrades/revised) Contact Information: Name: Dr. David Siegel (EdD) Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Name: Dr. Steven W. Schmidt (MAEd) Phone: EdD MAEd Hours in major: Hours in research: 12 3 Hours in electives: 6+ 9 Hours in internship: 6 Optional Hours in thesis: Optional Hours in dissertation: 3-9+ Hours in other: Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 50% On Line/Hybrid: 50% 100% Hybrid: Other (compressed video, etc.): EdD MAEd Total number of students in program: Full-Time:

24 Part-Time: 30 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 4 3 Part-Time: Admission Requirements: See online information Acceptance Rates: 70% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? Yes If Yes, Are Community Colleges represented? Yes Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: EdD 6 MAEd - 3 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: EdD-6 MAEd 3 20

25 North Carolina A&T State University Program/Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Leadership Studies Ph.D. Location of Program: Greensboro, North Carolina Website: under construction Contact Information: Name: Alexander Erwin Phone: (336) Number of Degree Credit Hours: 53 Hours in major: 24 Hours in research: 12 Hours in electives: 9 Hours in internship: 3 Hours in thesis: Hours in dissertation: 12 Hours in other: 6 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 95% On Line: 2% Hybrid: 3% Other (compressed video, etc.): none Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 6 Part-Time: 36 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 3.5 Part-Time: 4-5 Admission Requirements: Masters Degree (accredited institution) 5 years of leadership/supervisory/managerial experiences GRE / GMAT / MAT (within the last five years) 21

26 Writing sample 3 letters of recommendation Acceptance Rates: students per year Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 4 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 0 Additional Comments: Proposal to develop a concentration for Community college leadership (18 hours) 3 students are Community College Administrators (GTTC Mitchell Alamance) 22

27 North Carolina State University Program/Degree: Adult and Community College Education, Ed.D. Location of Program: Raleigh Website: Contact Information: Name: Duane Akroyd, Director of Graduate Programs Number of Degree Credit Hours: Total of 72 hours Hours in major: 15 Hours in research: 12 Hours in electives: 21 Hours in internship: variable Hours in dissertation: 12 Hours in other: 6 [Up to 18 credit hours from the master's degree may count towards the doctorate with approval from the committee.] List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: Community college context is woven through all higher education courses. For example: Leadership in Adult and Higher Education, Community College, History of Higher Education, Finance of Higher Education, Organizational Theory in Higher Education. In addition, instructional leadership in community colleges is examined through the content in Adult Learning Theory, History and Philosophy of Adult Education, Programming Processes, and the Change process courses. Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 70 On Line:20 Hybrid: 10 Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: 100 Full-Time: 20% Part-Time: 80% Average number of years to complete program: 23

28 Full-Time: 2-3 years Part-Time: 4-7 years Admission Requirements: GRE Transcripts CV Undergraduate and graduate GPA s Goal statement References Acceptance Rates: Varies from year to year, typically it is between 55-65% acceptance of initial applicants Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, Are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 15 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 5 24

29 North Carolina State University Program/Degree: Educational Policy and Research with a Specialization in Higher Education Administration Location of Program: Raleigh Website: Contact Information: Name: Duane Akroyd, Director of Graduate Programs Number of Degree Credit Hours: Total of 72 hours Hours in Core: 12 Hours in research: 12 Hours in specialization: 18 Hours in internship: variable Hours in dissertation: 12 Hours in other: 3 (Applied Research) [Up to 18 credit hours from the master's degree may count towards the doctorate with approval from the committee.] List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: Community college context is woven through all higher education courses for example; Leadership in Adult and Higher Education, Community College, History of Higher Education, Finance of Higher Education, Organizational Theory in Higher Education. In addition, electives could include: instructional leadership in community colleges is examined through the content in Adult Learning Theory, History and Philosophy of Adult Education, Programming Processes, and the Change process courses. Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 100 On Line:0 Hybrid: 0 Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: 45 Full-Time: 30% Part-Time: 870% 25

30 Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 2-3 years Part-Time: 4-7 years Admission Requirements: GRE Transcripts CV Undergraduate and Graduate GPA s Goal statement References Acceptance Rates: Varies from year to year, typically it is between 45-55% acceptance of initial applicants Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, Are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 17 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 3 faculty are currently involved with community college scholarship 26

31 North Carolina State University Program/Degree: Ed.D. in Adult and Community College Education Distance Education Weekend Executive Cohort program - Admitted doctoral students enroll in a set curriculum and participate in 3 ½ years of coursework to begin August, There is only one cohort each 3 ½ years. Location of Program: Charlotte, based on the campus of UNC-Charlotte Website: Contact Information: Name: James Bartlett III Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: Total of 72 hours Hours in major: 15 Hours in research: 12 Hours in electives: 21 Hours in internship: variable Hours in dissertation: 12 Hours in other: 6 [Up to 18 credit hours from the master's degree may count towards the doctorate with approval from the committee.] List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: The cohort has two courses, in addition, to the other course offerings that are dominantly community college: EAC 795 Workforce Development, EAC 700 Leadership. In addition, the community college context is woven through higher education courses for example; Leadership in Adult and Higher Education, Community College, History of Higher Education, Finance of Higher Education, Organizational Theory in Higher Education. In addition, instructional leadership in community colleges is examined through the content in Adult Learning Theory, History and Philosophy of Adult Education, Programming Processes, and the Change process courses. Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 80 On Line: 20 Hybrid: Other (compressed video, etc.): 27

32 Total number of students in program: Full-Time: Part-Time: 43 (17 first cohort are currently in dissertation) (26 second cohort are in coursework) Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: Part-Time: 4-7 Admission Requirements: GRE Transcripts CV Undergraduate and Graduate GPA s Goal statement References Acceptance Rates: 45% acceptance Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, Are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 14 faculty Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 90% of faculty Additional Comments: Executive format meets Fridays and Saturdays (for four sessions for each course). Each long semester has two courses and then summer has one course. 28

33 North Carolina State University Program/Degree: M.S. & M.Ed. Adult and Community College Education- Specialization in Community College Teaching Location of Program: Raleigh can be hybrid or Distance Education option Website: Contact Information: Name: Dr. Tuere Bowles Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: M.S hours M.Ed. -36 hours M.S. M.Ed. Hours in major: 9 15 Hours in research: 6 3 Hours in electives: 9 0 Hours in internship: variable variable Hours in thesis: 6 3 in applied capstone project Hours in other: (M.S.) in academic specialization (M.Ed.)15-24 in academic specialization List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: EAC The Adult Learner (3 hrs) EAC Programming Process in AHE (3 hrs) EAC 560 Assessment and Evaluation of Adult Education (3 hrs) EAC Instructional Strategies in AHE (3 hrs) EAC 700- Community College Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 0% - 70% On Line: % Hybrid: Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 10% Part-Time: 90% Average number of years to complete program: 29

34 Full-Time: 1 Part-Time: 3 Admission Requirements: GRE Transcripts CV Undergraduate and Graduate GPA s Goal statement References Acceptance Rates: 70% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, Are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 5 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 5 Additional Comments: This program incorporates the Graduate Certificate in Community College Teaching 5 courses online no Graduate School admissions requirements for the Certificate, but there is screening for admission to the Certificate program. Website is: 30

35 North Carolina State University Program/Degree: M.S. & M.Ed. Higher Education Administration- Specialization in Student Affairs /or/ Organization and Administration Location of Program: Raleigh Website: Contact Information: Name: Dr. Joy Gaston Gayles Phone: Number of Degree Credit Hours: M.S. & M.Ed --39 hours M.S. M.Ed Hours in major: or 15 Hours in research: 6 3 Hours in electives: 6 Hours in internship: 3 3 variable Hours in thesis: 6 Hours in other: 9 List courses where Community College emphasis is prominent: EAC 700- Community College EAC Organizational Concepts EAC 540 Concepts of Student Affairs Course Formats (in %age): In Class: 100% On Line: Hybrid: Other (compressed video, etc.): Total number of students in program: Full-Time: 70% Part-Time: 30% Average number of years to complete program: Full-Time: 1 1/2 Part-Time: 3 31

36 Admission Requirements: GRE Transcripts CV Undergraduate and Graduate GPA s Goal statement References Acceptance Rates: 40% Is full-time residency required? No Does the program have an Advisory Board? No If Yes, Are Community Colleges represented? Number of full-time graduate faculty in program: 5 Number of faculty focused on Community College Scholarship: 3 32

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