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1 DOCTOR OF EDUCATION IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND CERTIFICATION OPTIONS FOR PRINCIPAL K 12 AND SUPERINTENDENT S LETTER OF ELIGIBILITY Overview The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership degree program at Neumann University provides educators with the vision, skills, and values that are needed to continually improve American education for tomorrow s world. Candidates for the Doctor of Education degree are prepared to link knowledge and research; address actual school-based and educationally oriented problems through application of theory; and develop a vision for public and/or religiousbased education as well as the network to implement that vision. Guided by the foundational principles of the Catholic Franciscan Intellectual Tradition, this degree program also offers curricular options for a student to obtain Principal K 12 Certification and/or a Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Certification in accordance with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania s Department of Education standards. Mission The educational Mission of Neumann University is shaped by the tradition inspired by the lives of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare of Assisi. Neumann University fosters an educational environment that promotes the development of men and women who embody the Franciscan values of integrity, excellence, love/respect for all creation, and service to others. These values are evidenced through relationships that recognize the uniqueness and dignity of others and through a sense of responsibility and stewardship as citizens of the local and global communities. The Division of Education and Human Services recognizes that learning, teaching, and collegiality are fundamental activities of all educational organizations, and that knowledge and active inquiry form the basis of teaching and administrative practice. The Division further affirms that these qualities and activities are inextricably linked to the moral and ethical imperatives that drive leadership behavior. The Doctor of Education degree program prepares educational leaders who possess the knowledge and skills to affect positive change in the field of education at both the global and institutional levels, and all within the context of the moral and ethical directives of Neumann University s educational Mission. 56

2 Philosophy Knowledge, while valuable in itself, is to be used in the service of others. This excerpt from Neumann University s Mission Statement is the philosophical foundation of the Doctor of Education degree program. This statement further reflects Neumann University s original Franciscan mission in recognizing the value of intellectual excellence, professional competence, and strong community life. The Doctor of Education degree program is committed to the pursuit of truth and the development of personal and professional skills that serve the educational needs of local communities and the nation. Program Design A total of 60 credits of course work at the doctoral level is required to successfully complete the Doctor of Education degree program. Additional credits for a Principal K 12 Certification and/or a Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Certification are also available curricular options. In order to begin studies in Neumann s Doctor of Education degree program, students must demonstrate satisfactory completion of the following prerequisite courses taken at the graduate level at a regionally accredited degree-granting institution: Research Design and Methods, Instructional Technology, and School Policy and Law. The Doctor of Education degree program is cohort based with 22 students admitted annually. Neumann University operates on a semester schedule, and accepted students are required to register for a minimum of six credits during the Fall, Spring, and Summer Session I and II semesters. The Fall and Spring semesters are 15 weeks in length, while Summer Sessions are comprised of two 7-week terms. By following this stipulated curriculum sequence, it is expected that all degree requirements (course work, Comprehensive Examination, and dissertation) will be completed within a period of no more than four academic years (11 or 12 semesters). The capstone elements of the Doctor of Education degree program are the Comprehensive Examination and the preparation and defense of the dissertation. The Comprehensive Examination, administered after the completion of all degree requirements, provides the student with an opportunity to integrate all that has been learned in course work and in practicum experiences. The actual date of this examination is determined and published by the University. Upon successful completion of the Comprehensive Examination, the student earns candidacy status. At this point, the preparation and defense of the dissertation, i.e., the final phase of the Doctor of Education degree program, begins. Program Outcomes Successful graduates of Neumann University s Doctor of Education degree program will be able to: Assume positions of leadership in schools and educational agencies. Demonstrate instructional leadership, grounded in research, which provides purpose and direction for student achievement. Exhibit organizational and leadership skills needed to design and implement school plans of action. Assess the needs and accomplishments of students, faculty, and staff. Direct curriculum development and evaluation. 57

3 Articulate the principles of the Catholic Franciscan Intellectual Tradition. Teach at the collegiate level. Admission Requirements A new student cohort begins annually. Applications and all supporting documentation are accepted within a time frame established by Neumann University. In conjunction with the general admission requirements of Neumann University, the following are required: Submit a completed Graduate Student Application for Admission, or apply online through the Neumann University web site at (Ed.D. Program). Verify the successful completion of undergraduate and graduate degree program(s) in education or a related field with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 in each by means of individual official transcripts from one or more regionally accredited, degree-granting institution(s). Document, by means of the above referred to official transcripts, the successful completion of the following prerequisite courses to the doctoral program: Research Design and Methods, Educational Technology, and School Policy and Law. Have official score reports for either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) sent directly to Neumann University from the appropriate testing center. (Scores must be from testing that has occurred within five years of the date of application to the program.) Submit three completed Reference Forms. Present a Curriculum Vitae which documents work experience and demonstrated leadership in education or a related field. Submit formal responses to each of the following questions: What are my goals in pursuing the Doctor of Education degree? Name three educators who have significantly affected American education. Why do you think their contributions are important? Attend, if invited, an interview with the Ed.D. Faculty Admissions Committee. Attend, if invited, an applicant Group Interview, at which time the composition of a writing sample on a topic offered during the Group Interview will be required. 58

4 Transfer Credit The evaluation of transfer credit is considered on an individual basis, and in accordance with the University s policy governing the acceptance of credit from other regionally accredited, degreegranting institutions. The Program Director makes the final decision regarding the acceptance of transfer credit into the doctoral program. That decision to award transfer credit is based upon when the course was originally taken, as well as the similarity of that course to those that are required in Neumann s doctoral program. Any decision to award transfer credit is made only after a student s acceptance into the program. A minimum grade B is required for transfer credit to be awarded, and a maximum of nine transfer credits is allowed. Progression/Retention Student Status: Students are required to enroll, for the duration of the program, in a minimum of six credits during the Fall, Spring, and Summer (I and II) semesters. Exception to this regulation is applicable only to the semester in which EDU 799, Comprehensive Examination, is taken. Probation: Students may be placed on probation if they fail to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.30 or if they receive one grade of C in any course. Students on probation are informed of such in writing by the Dean of Education and Human Services, with a copy sent to the Registrar for inclusion in the student s permanent academic file. Upon receipt of the Dean s letter, the student must immediately contact the Program Director for advisement. Recommendations to rectify a student s probationary status are devised and communicated in writing to the student, with copies placed in the student s file in both the Division Office and the Registrar s Office. Failure to successfully fulfill these recommendations in the stipulated time frame results in the student s dismissal from the program. Students on probation may not take the Comprehensive Examination or graduate. Non-Continuation: In the case of continued unsatisfactory academic performance, unsatisfactory progress toward the degree, disruptive behavior within or outside of the program, or failure to complete the degree requirements in a timely fashion, the Program Director may recommend to the Dean of Education and Human Services either the temporary or permanent non-continuation of a student in the program. Non-continuation means that a student s acceptance to the Doctor of Education degree program is either temporarily suspended for the specified amount of time or permanently terminated. Students temporarily placed on non-continuation status are informed of such in writing by the Dean of Education and Human Services, with a copy sent to the Registrar for inclusion in the student s permanent academic file. Upon receipt of the Dean s letter, the student must immediately contact the Program Director for advisement. Recommendations to rectify the non-continuation status are devised and communicated in writing to the student, with copies placed in the student s file in both the Division Office and the Registrar s Office. Failure to successfully fulfill these recommendations in the stipulated time frame will result in the student s dismissal from the program. Students in non-continuation status may not take the Comprehensive Examination or graduate from Neumann University. Dismissal: Students may be dismissed from the program for any of the following reasons: Failure to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of Receipt of two grades of C or one grade of F. Non-fulfillment of recommendations related to their probationary status or their temporary non-continuation status. 59

5 Approval by the Dean of Education and Human Services for a student s permanent non-continuation within the Doctor of Education degree program. Readmission: Generally, students seeking readmission to the Doctor of Education degree program must complete the formal application process as described in the Admissions (Readmission) section of this catalog. Comprehensive Examination When either all program requirements are met, or after the successful completion of at least 42 credits, a student must register for EDU 799, Comprehensive Examination. Registration must occur eight weeks before the testing date which is published by the University prior to the semester in which the examination is to be administered. The Comprehensive Examination Registration Form is available from, and must be submitted to, the Program Director. Degree Candidacy Degree candidacy is granted upon successful completion of the Comprehensive Examination. Dissertation Process Committee: The Program Director, in consultation with the Doctor of Education program faculty and the candidate, appoints a Dissertation Committee Chairperson and two committee members. One of the two committee members may be from outside of Neumann University. The candidate s Chairperson and the committee members provide guidance and support to the candidate as he/she proceeds through EDU 810, Dissertation Seminar I, EDU 820, Dissertation Seminar II, and EDU 900, Doctoral Dissertation. Proposal: The dissertation proposal demonstrates the candidate s knowledge of a specific topic as well as his/her ability to conduct the proposed research for that topic. At a minimum, the proposal needs to contain the following items: the context and background surrounding a particular research problem; a survey and sufficiently thorough review of the pertinent literature; a detailed methodological plan for investigating the research problem; and a proposed timeline for the dissertation s completion. EDU 810 and EDU 820 are designed to assist the candidate s progression through the proposal process to the beginning of the dissertation. The proposal, however, must first be approved by the University s Internal Review Board (IRB) and then formally defended before, and approved by, the candidate s committee. Dissertation: After the completion of EDU 810 and EDU 820 and a successful defense of the candidate s proposal, the student enrolls in EDU 900 where, in collaboration with the candidate s Dissertation Committee Chairperson and committee members, the dissertation is developed. Throughout this course, the student conducts his/her research and writes his/her dissertation. When a candidate s dissertation is completed and has received the Chairperson s approval, the dissertation is defended before the committee and other members of the faculty. Graduation Requirements A candidate for graduation is expected to complete degree requirements within a maximum time frame of four years. In order to graduate, the candidate must: Complete all curricular requirements of the Doctor of Education degree program with a minimum GPA of

6 Submit a completed and approved dissertation. Complete the Application for Graduation form in accordance with the University s policies, and submit that form to the Registrar s Office. Demonstrate compliance with all pertinent University policies. Class Schedule Each cohort is expected to follow a required course sequence, which runs continuously until the cohort s program is complete. The Doctor of Education degree program is designed to be completed within four years (11 or 12 semesters). Curriculum To be eligible for the Doctor of Education degree, students must complete all required courses and meet stipulated academic progression criteria. A minimum of 42 credits and the successful completion of the Comprehensive Examination are necessary for degree candidacy. During degree candidacy, a minimum of 18 credits are required for the completion and defense of the dissertation. Doctor of Education Required Courses COURSE# COURSE TITLE CREDITS EDU 700 Leadership in Education...3 EDU 705 Ethical Issues in Educational Leadership: A Franciscan Perspective...3 EDU 725 Instructional Supervision...3 EDU 730 Contemporary Issues in Education and Educational Leadership...3 EDU 735 Development of Curriculum and Instruction...3 EDU 740 Organizational Development and Change Theory...3 EDU 745 Fiscal Management in the Educational Environment...3 EDU 750 School Code and School Board Policies...3 EDU 755 School Business Management...3 EDU 760 Leading and Managing in the School Environment...3 EDU 765 Strategic Planning for the Diverse Learning and Teaching Environment...3 EDU 770 Qualitative Research...3 EDU 776 The Principal as Instructional Leader...3 EDU 780 Quantitative Research...3 EDU 799 Comprehensive Examination...0 EDU 810 Dissertation Seminar I...6 EDU 820 Dissertation Seminar II...6 EDU 900 Doctoral Dissertation...6 TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS

7 REQUIRED SEQUENCE OF COURSES YEAR ONE COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS FALL EDU 705 Ethical Issues in Educational Leadership: A Franciscan Perspective...3 EDU 776 The Principal as Instructional Leader...3 SPRING EDU 725 Instructional Supervision...3 EDU 735 Development of Curriculum and Instruction...3 SUMMER I EDU 755 School Business Management...3 SUMMER II EDU 745 Fiscal Management in the Educational Environment...3 FALL EDU 750 EDU 770 YEAR TWO School Code and School Board Policies...3 Qualitative Research...3 SPRING EDU 700 Leadership in Education...3 EDU 780 Quantitative Research...3 SUMMER I EDU 730 Contemporary Issues in Education and Educational Leadership...3 SUMMER II EDU 740 Organizational Development and Change Theory...3 FALL EDU 760 EDU 765 SPRING EDU 799 YEAR THREE Leading and Managing in the School Environment...3 Strategic Planning for the Diverse Learning and Teaching Environment...3 Comprehensive Examination...0 SUMMER I-II EDU 810 Dissertation Seminar I

8 YEAR FOUR FALL EDU 820 Dissertation Seminar II...6 SPRING EDU 900 Doctoral Dissertation...6 TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS Principal K 12 Certification Program Program Overview This administrative certification program, approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, qualifies professionals to serve in line administrative positions. This program, which prepares individuals to serve as principals and assistant principals, offers the knowledge and skills that are necessary to direct, operate, supervise, and administer the organizational and general educational activities of a school. Program Outcomes Students who successfully complete the Principal K 12 Certification Program are able to: Demonstrate knowledge of and competence in instructional leadership which provides purpose and direction for the achievement of all students. Demonstrate the organizational skills to implement plans of action efficiently and effectively for student achievement. Collaborate with students, faculty, staff, and parents to create a school climate that fosters student achievement. Understand the importance of a clear, detailed vision and explicitly stated philosophy in shaping a coherent curriculum and fostering an effective school. Use data in a systematic way to assess the needs and accomplishments of students, faculty, and staff. Think systematically about practice; learn from experience; seek the advice of others; draw upon educational research and scholarship; and actively seek opportunities to grow professionally. Program Design This administrative certification program requires a total of 21 graduate credits, which are specified in the Program Curriculum. To be eligible for Principal K 12 Certification, a 6-credit internship (EDU 800), in addition to the five other required courses listed below in the Program Curriculum, is required. EDU 800 consists of a 360-hour learning experience which includes classroom and field activities, the latter of which requires a 180-hour, site-based internship. EDU 800 is taken after all other program requirements have been successfully completed. In addition to these curricular requirements, the student must also satisfactorily complete the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania mandated assessment, have a chief school administrator s verification of five years 63

9 of satisfactory and appropriate school experience, and meet all other requirements as stipulated by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania law. Program Curriculum* The following courses comprise the required courses for the Principal K 12 Certification Program: COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS EDU 725 Instructional Supervision...3 EDU 735 Development of Curriculum and Instruction...3 EDU 745 Fiscal Management in the Educational Environment...3 EDU 750 School Code and School Board Policies...3 EDU 776 The Principal as Instructional Leader...3 EDU 800 Principal Internship...6 TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS * Candidates who are prepared for Principal and/or Superintendent Certification(s) under the present guidelines listed in this catalog will only be accepted by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) until August, PDE requires that anyone completing Principal and/or Superintendent Certification programs after August, 2010 is to have been prepared under the new certification guidelines which have established by PDE. Therefore, all current required course work as listed in this catalog, including the Principal Internship, must be completed by August, 2010; and the candidate s Application for Certification must be received by PDE by that date. This application process includes documentation that all required NTE/PRAXIS Examinations have been successfully completed. The new PDE certification guidelines will be printed in the next iteration of this catalog. Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Program Program Overview This administrative certification program, approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, qualifies professionals to serve in line administrative positions. This program, which prepares individuals to serve as superintendents and assistant superintendents, offers the knowledge and skills necessary to direct, operate, supervise, and administer the organizational and general educational activities of a school system. Program Outcomes Students who successfully complete the Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Program are able to: Demonstrate knowledge of and competence in instructional leadership which provides purpose and direction for the achievement of all students. Demonstrate the organizational skills to implement plans of action efficiently and effectively for student achievement. Collaborate with students, faculty, staff, and parents to create a school climate that fosters student achievement. Understand the importance of a clear, detailed vision and explicitly stated philosophy in shaping a coherent curriculum and fostering an effective school. Use data in a systematic way to assess the needs and accomplishments of students, faculty, and staff. 64

10 Think systematically about practice; learn from experience; seek the advice of others; draw upon educational research and scholarship; and actively seek opportunities to grow professionally. Program Design This administrative certification program requires a total of 42 graduate credits, which are specified in the Program Curriculum. To be eligible for the Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility certification, a 6-credit internship (EDU 801), in addition to the 12 other required courses listed below in the Program Curriculum, is required. EDU 801 consists of a 180-hour learning experience which includes classroom and field activities, the latter of which requires a 90-hour, site-based internship. EDU 801 is taken after all program requirements have been successfully completed. In addition to these curricular requirements, a student must have a chief school administrator s verification of six years of teaching or other professionally certified service, three years of which must be in either supervisory or administrative positions, as well as meet all other requirements as stipulated by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania law. Program Curriculum* The following courses comprise the required course for the Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Program: COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS EDU 700 Leadership in Education...3 EDU 705 Ethical Issues in Educational Leadership: A Franciscan Perspective...3 EDU 725 Instructional Supervision...3 EDU 730 Contemporary Issues in Education and Educational Leadership...3 EDU 735 Development of Curriculum and Instruction...3 EDU 740 Organizational Development and Change Theory...3 EDU 745 Fiscal Management in the Educational Environment...3 EDU 750 School Code and School Board Policies...3 EDU 755 School Business Management...3 EDU 760 Leading and Managing in the School Environment...3 EDU 765 Strategic Planning for the Diverse Learning and Teaching Environment...3 EDU 777 The Superintendent as Instructional Leader...3 EDU 801 Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Internship...6 TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS * Candidates who are prepared for Principal and/or Superintendent Certification(s) under the present guidelines listed in this catalog will only be accepted by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) until August, PDE requires that anyone completing Principal and/or Superintendent Certification programs after August, 2010 is to have been prepared under the new certification guidelines which have established by PDE. Therefore, all current required course work as listed in this catalog, including the Principal Internship, must be completed by August, 2010; and the candidate s Application for Certification must be received by PDE by that date. This application process includes documentation that all required NTE/PRAXIS Examinations have been successfully completed. The new PDE certification guidelines will be printed in the next iteration of this catalog. 65

11 Admission Requirements Students who desire to enter, within the Doctor of Education program, an administrative certification program, i.e., Principal K 12 Certification or Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility, need to fulfill the Doctorate in Education Admissions Requirements.

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