Department of Professional Studies in Education
College of Education and Educational Technology
Reviews current research in instructional practices, motivational techniques, and professional issues. May focus on any of these aspects of teaching, learning, or professional practice. May be presented with a kindergarten through grade twelve, elementary, middle school, secondary, or adult orientation. Offered only for continuous professional development and may not be applied toward a graduate degree. Prerequisite: Appropriate teaching certificate or other professional credential or preparation.
Budgeting procedures for large and small school districts are the focus of this course. School budgeting, accounting, bonding, and various monetary applications are presented as well as the various procedures for acquiring funds.
Designed as a basic course in school administration, this course serves as an introduction to the principles and practices of school administration for students who aspire to a supervisory or administrative position in public schools. Human aspects of educational administration are emphasized.
Budgeting procedures in school finances, facilities, and management are presented. School budgeting, accounting, bonding, and various monetary applications are presented, as well as the various procedures for acquiring funds. Prerequisite: For approved Administration and Leadership Studies candidates or permission of the instructor.
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