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1 Educational Leadership Program Experienced educators with a current Florida Professional Educators certificate who are interested in leadership positions in a K-12 school, district or private school system. The program integrates the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to become highly accomplished professionals and outstanding leaders of public and non-public educational institutions, including the ability to be proactive and decisive with a moral and ethical commitment to the organization s mission, the cognitive and communication skills necessary to facilitate meaningful change and flexibility in using decisionmaking and motivational strategies for effective stewardship of time, resources, and personnel. The coursework in this program incorporates the 10 Florida Principal Leadership Standards, Competencies and Skills, and the William C. Golden modules. This is a cohort program. During the Fall and Spring semesters, classes will meet two nights a week from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. During the Summer Upon completion of the program and passing all three parts of the FELE, students will earn either a Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership or Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership, and be eligible for the Florida Leadership Certification (K-12), Level 1. In addition to the admission requirements for a graduate degree in the School of Education, the following are prerequisites for admission to the Educational Leadership program. (1) Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher for full admission. (2) Applicant s statement of purpose which describes how past achievement, leadership, administrative talents, and goals relate to the decision to apply to the leadership program. (3) Documentation of at least one year of teaching or school experience. (4) Copy of current Florida Professional Educator s certificate. Holders of the Professional (five-year) certificate will qualify for the State Approved Program. Those with a temporary certificate must enter the non-certificate track. Once Professional certificate is received student can be moved to certification track (5) Interview with program director, if requested. EDR 601* Methodology of Research 3 EDU 614 Visionary Leadership in Education 3 EDU 615 Ethics and Communication for Leaders 3 EDU 623 School and Community Relations 3 EDU 624 Instructional Design, Measurement and Evaluation 3 EDU 637 Educational Decision Making 3 EDU 674 The Legal Environment in Education 3 EDU 675 School Finance 3 EDU 676 School Personnel Administration and Development 3 EDU 687 Emerging Technologies and Educational Leadership 3 EDU 699 Internship in Educational Leadership 3 EDU 662 Leadership for Assessment and Accountability 3 NOTE: *Students seeking the EdS degree will enroll in EDR Directed Research in lieu of EDR Methodology of Research. Certification Only students are not required to take EDR 601 or EDR 708. While the chart above lists each of the courses that make up the Educational Leadership degree, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take these courses in a different order. Students in Florida DOE-approved programs are responsible for complying with any changes in certification requirements made by the DOE, published or unpublished, including taking and passing the FELE exam. Students are required to demonstrate completion of an appropriate ESOL course, and will be required to register for TSL 500 online if they have not previously satisfied this state requirement. 12

2 Reading Program Experienced educators with or without a Florida Professional Educator s Certificate who want to develop expertise in the area of Literacy and Reading Instruction while earning a Master s or Ed. Specialist degree and meet requirements for the Florida Reading Certification. Barry s Reading MS/EdS programs meet the demand for highly-qualified reading educators. You will find that our graduate reading courses present research and evidence-based best practices for teaching and learning strategies. The Florida Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS), the Reading Competencies and Skills, the International Reading Association Standards for reading educators and content area teachers, and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are reflected across the curriculum in the Reading program. This is a cohort program. During the fall and spring semesters, classes will meet two nights a week from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. During the summer Upon completion of the program, students will earn either a Master of Science in Reading or an Educational Specialist degree in Reading and be eligible for Reading Certification from the State of Florida. In addition to the admission requirements for a graduate degree in the School of Education, the following are special prerequisites for admission to the MS and EdS in Reading programs: 1. Provide a copy of your current Florida Professional Educator s Certificate (Non-certified teachers must apply for the non-certification track) 2. Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher GPA between 2.5 and 2.99, MAT or GRE is required for full admission 3. Graduate GPA of 3.25 or higher (for EdS) For the EdS applicant, 9 credits of undergraduate or graduate reading courses are required MS EDR 601 Methodology of Research 3 EDU 535 Teaching Language Arts 3 EDU 567 Foundations of Reading 3 EDU 568 Reading in the Content Areas 3 EDU 584 Reading Assessment 3 EDU 590 Reading Intervention Practicum 3 EDU 607 Beginning Reading for Primary Grades 3 EDU 613 Methods for the Reading Resource Teacher 3 EDU 716 Reading Diagnosis and Remediation 3 EDU 717 Practicum in Reading 3 Total Credit Hours: 30 NOTE: Courses highlighted in gray are the five graduate reading courses that meet the Florida Reading Endorsement requirements. Students seeking the EdS degree will enroll in EDR Directed Research in lieu of EDR Methodology of Research. Students seeking the EdS degree will enroll in EDU Non-Thesis in Reading, in the last semester. In addition to these 10 required courses, 1 course is provided for students who need additional background for the MS in Reading, certification option: EDU 554 Literature for the Elementary Classroom (3 credits for those who need it). Course is required by the state of Florida. The elective course EDU 673 Technology Applications in the Teaching of Reading is offered on main campus only in the fall and is open to all students. MS students must take and pass the FTCE Reading exam prior to graduation. Students in Florida DOE-approved programs are responsible for complying with any changes in certification requirements made by the DOE, published or unpublished, including passing the Reading subject area exam. 13

3 Exceptional Student Education Program Individuals seeking an initial degree in Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and who want to develop expertise in the subject area. Applicants may be experienced teachers whose certification is in an area other than special education. This program is not open to students who have a previous degree in ESE. Barry s Exceptional Student Education MS degree program meets the high market demands for qualified teachers of special education. As a student in this program, you will be prepared to: Understand the unique characteristics of a variety of exceptionalities Plan and collaborate with other professionals on appropriate programming for students with special needs Identify and prescribe for the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students with special needs Integrate computers and other assistive technologies to support student learning This is a cohort program. During the Fall and Spring semesters, classes will meet two nights a week from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. During the Summer Upon completion of the program, students will earn a Master of Science in Exceptional Student Education and be qualified to apply for ESE certification with the State of Florida. In addition to the admission requirements for a graduate degree in the School of Education, applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher for full admission. If the undergraduate GPA is lower than a 3.0, the student is required to take the GRE or MAT. EDR 601 Methodology of Research 3 EDU 567 Foundations of Reading 3 EDU 584 Reading Assessment 3 ESE 510 Educational Management of Students with Exceptionalities 3 ESE 511 Speech Correction for Children 3 ESE 514 Transition: Teaching Social, Personal and Work Skills to Student with Exceptionalities 3 ESE 524 Instructional Strategies for Students with Learning Problems 3 ESE 528 Instructional Strategies for Students with Emotional and/or Behavior Disorders 3 ESE 570 Introduction to Children with Exceptionalities 3 ESE 583 Educational Assessment of the Exceptional Student 3 ESE 665 Collaborative Consultation and Inclusion Practices in ESE 3 ESE 690 Curriculum Design in Exceptional Student Education 3 NOTE: While the chart above lists each of the courses that make up the ESE degree, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take these courses in a different order. The Master s degree program culminates in a comprehensive exam administered by Barry University. Students are required to pass the comprehensive exam to graduate from the program. 14

4 Curriculum and Instruction: Early & Middle Childhood Specialization Practicing educators interested in obtaining knowledge and skills, not only to improve their teaching, but also to effectively implement new reform initiatives for the school or district in which they are employed. The MS in Curriculum and Instruction program is designed to provide P-8 educators opportunities to enhance their curricular expertise, content knowledge and pedagogical skills. Through a social justice framework, graduates of this program will take an active role in their own school sites, working collaboratively within the community to improve educational experiences and outcomes for all learners. This is a cohort program. During the Fall and Spring semesters, classes will meet two nights a week from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. During the Summer Upon completion of the program, students will earn a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction. With the program s focus on humanistic and behavioral issues in teaching, students will gain a deeper understanding of children and how they learn. As a participating teacher, you will be able to use your classroom as a learning laboratory environment to improve your teaching skills. In addition to the admission requirements for a graduate degree in the School of Education, applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher for full admission. If the undergraduate GPA is lower than a 3.0, the student is required to take the GRE or MAT. Applicants are asked to provide a copy of current Florida Professional Educator s certificate, however, this program is also open to non-certified teachers. EDR 601 Methodology of Research 3 EDU 513 Curriculum Development and Renewal 3 EDU 551 Problem Solving in Early and Middle Childhood Mathematics 3 EDU 566 Teaching Early and Middle Childhood Social Studies 3 EDU 594 Teaching Early and Middle Childhood Science 3 EDU 605 Action Research Practicum in C&I 3 EDU 611 Reading, Literacy, and Thinking Skills 3 EDU 628 Historical and Contemporary Issues in C&I 3 EDU 633 Pedagogical Principles and Practices 3 EDU 640 Mentoring & Collegial Coaching 3 EDU 651 Instructional Assessment and Decision Making 3 EDU 661 Community-Based Teaching & Learning 3 NOTE: While the chart above lists each of the courses that make up the C&I degree, this is not a class schedule, and your cohort may take these courses in a different order. 15

5 Higher Education Administration (MS) Individuals seeking a degree in Higher Education Administration (MS) and who want to advance in the field of public or private higher education institutions or post-secondary (government) education agencies. Students will be introduced to areas such as organizational learning, governance, research, and student development within the context of post-secondary education, vis-à-vis current issues such as, access, accountability, student demographics, and internationalization. Courses are offered in a face-to-face and online blended format. Program is completed in two years. In addition to earning a master s degree, you will be qualified for positions in the field of higher education, at an entry or midmanagement level, in community colleges, universities, as well as in private or public education agencies. Bachelor s degree from an accredited institution. If your undergraduate GPA is lower than a 3.0, you will be required to take the MAT or GRE. Core Courses (12 credits) EDR 601 HRD 648 HRD 659 HED 648 Methodology of Research Work Group Behavior in Organizations Adult Learning and Motivation Practicum in Higher Education* Specialization Courses (15 credits) HED 626 HED 601 HED 630 HED 634 HED 646 Electives (9 credits) History of American Higher Education Current Issues in American Higher Education Higher Education and the Law Administration of Higher Education College Student Development The cohort will complete three elective courses based on consultation with their academic advisor. NOTE: *to be taken in final semester of coursework 16

6 School Psychology (Master s and Specialist) Individuals seeking to advocate for children through a career as a school psychologist. Learn how to conduct psychological evaluations, individual and group counseling sessions with children, and measure the success of programs. You will gain the competencies to develop academic and behavioral interventions for classrooms and in times of crisis. Courses are offered in a face-to-face format with a practicum and internship. Upon earning your master s (MS) and specialist (SSP) degrees, you will have completed the academic requirements for the practice of school psychology, in accordance with standards set by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). The School Psychology Program is approved by the Florida Department of Education (DOE) and by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), making graduates eligible to apply and become a Certified School Psychologist in the state of Florida and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). In addition, graduates will meet academic requirements for licensure (graduates need to have at least two years of experience in the field before applying for a license). After you have gained experience as a certified school psychologist, additional career paths will be available to you, include private practice, school administration, community college teaching, and undergraduate university adjunct teaching. Bachelor s degree from an accredited institution. Successful completion of at least 15 credits (grade C or better) of undergraduate courses in developmental psychology, abnormal psychology, theories of personality, physiological psychology, child and adolescent psychology, and tests and measurements. If your undergraduate GPA is lower than a 3.0, you will be required to take the MAT or GRE. EDR 601 Methodology of Research SPY 629 Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling SPY 552 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology SPY 636 Psychological Assessment of Children 0-5 SPY 569 Psychopathology SPY 639 Introduction to Neuropsychology SPY 571 Exceptionality in Learning and Behavior SPY 648 School Psychology Practicum SPY 586 Student Service Personnel in Public School SPY 642 Diagnostic Teaching Techniques SPY 608 Research Design in Psychology SPY 649 School Psychology Internship SPY 610 Human Growth and Development SPY 652 Individual Counseling Procedures SPY 612 Psychoeducational Assessment SPY 658 Group Counseling Procedures SPY 613 Intellectual Assessment of Children and Adolescents SPY 682 Consultation Procedures SPY 614 Behavioral & Personality Assessment of Children & Adolescents SPY 686 Counseling Theories and Intervention SPY 620 Behavior Modification SPY 701 Directed Research Total Credit Hours: 71 NOTE: For students who do not hold a valid teaching certificate, the Florida Department of Education requires that students take the following courses prior to graduation from the program (TSL 500 ESOL Strategies and EDU 567 Fundamentals of Reading). 17

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