Graduate 2009-2010 by Southern Arkansas University

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contents university calendar 1 school of graduate studies 8 admission to the school of graduate studies 10 non-degree admission to the school of graduate studies 13 application materials and timeline 13 international students 14 academic policies and procedures 16 additional master‘s degree 16 transient graduate students 16 concurrent enrollment 16 academic advising 16 course numbers 17 course loads 17 registration 17 auditing courses 18 withdrawing from the university 18 class attendance 18 grading system 19 incompletes i grades 19 grade point average 19 repeating courses 20 length of time to complete a degree 20 transfer of credit 20 workshop credit 21 degree audit 21 thesis 21 comprehensive examinations 22 portfolios and projects 22 grade point average required for graduation 23 graduation 23 grade appeals 24 academic probation and suspension 25 academic suspension appeals 25 transcripts 25 student responsibilities

admission to the school of graduate studies persons seeking admission to the school of graduate studies at sau must submit an application whether or not they intend to pursue a degree the application for admission to the school of graduate studies may be completed online by visiting our website at applications may also be obtained by visiting nelson hall room 226 by writing p.o box 9302 magnolia ar 71754-9302 or by calling 870-2354150 all application materials are submitted to the graduate office students will be notified in writing when they have been admitted admission to the school of graduate studies at sau does not imply admission to a graduate degree program some graduate programs have additional admission requirements the undergraduate grade point average requirement and admission test requirement are waived for students holding a master’s degree from an accredited institution requirements for admission and timelines for executive master of public

workshop credit workshops typically involve educational experiences in which an attempt is made to develop specialized skills in focused areas often emphasizing a hands-on approach a maximum of six credit hours in workshop courses may be counted in a degree program subject to the approval of the graduate advisor and the college dean individual degree programs may be more restrictive in their policies regarding the number of workshop credits that can be counted toward a graduate degree in addition to these workshop credits with advisor approval a student in a teacher education degree program may enroll in an additional three hours of educ 6801-3 or educ 6813 teacher education seminar for credit toward a degree program workshop credit may not be used to satisfy professional education core requirements degree audit at the completion of 12 hours of graduate coursework students pursuing a master‘s degree meet with their advisor to review their degree audit grades earned and any

ann keese thomas graduate scholarship a graduate scholarship is available to a student who is not receiving graduate assistant funding and meets the following criteria 1 completed application 2 unconditional admission to graduate studies 3 completed at least 12 hours of graduate coursework 4 grade point average of 3.50 or higher in all graduate work with no c grade included in work 5 two letters of recommendation from faculty in higher education 6 applicant must be an in-state resident deadline may 31st conditions which apply 1 must maintain a 3.50 grade point average with no grade lower than a b 2 must be continuously enrolled for the 12-month period 3 may reapply for one additional year

sped 5133 sped 6783 methods/materials for teaching students with mild disabilities p-4 directed internship p-4 special education instructional specialist 4-12 professional education core courses required educ 6003 educational research educ 6403 school law educ 6043 current issues and trends in education educ 6083 application of learning theories special education core courses required for licensure 4-12 24 credit hours sped 5123 nature and needs of students with mild disabilities sped 5273 classroom and group management sped 5663 educational diagnosis and assessment sped 6003 collaboration/consultation for inclusion sped 6073 language development 4-12 sped 5163 instructional planning 4-12 mild disabilities sped 5143 methods/materials for teaching students with mild disabilities 4-12 sped 6883 directed internship 4-12 gifted/talented p-8/7-12 professional education core courses required educ 6003 educational research educ 6403 school law educ 6833 mind tools for teaching and learning

student development in higher education 12 credit hours coun 6843 introduction to student affairs in higher education coun 6853 student affairs theory and practice coun 6863 the american college student student experience coun 6873 organization and administration of student affairs services field experience 6 credit hours coun 6883 coun 6893 internship i in student affairs in higher education internship ii in student affairs in higher education master of science in mental health and clinical counseling statement of purpose the purpose of the program in counseling is to provide a graduate-level training for individuals seeking employment by community mental health centers the arkansas state department of human services and other community agencies b electives and enrichment for other master‘s degree programs and c courses of interest to lay persons holding a baccalaureate degree the master‘s degree in mental health and clinical counseling is designed to provide students

shadowing employees with guidance from a professor of agriculture from sau the student will prepare a written report and present his/her final report to the agriculture faculty and other professionals agri 6093 economics and land use planning principles and practices applied to effective land use emphasis is on working with natural resources such as soil and water conservation and how to plan and evaluate the effectiveness of land resources agri 6103 agricultural biosecurity policies and laws focusing on the protection of agricultural animals from any type of infectious agent viral bacterial fungal or parasitic emphasis is on the many biosecurity procedures that can prevent these types of disease transmissions agri 6113 tech agri settings this course focuses on advanced use of computer technology of programs that emphasize electronic spreadsheets magazine article writing news announcements newsletters and web page development agriculture settings will be highlighted for students to

educ 6843 internet for educators this course challenges students to develop a personal professional repertoire of web-based resources to be integrated into the existing professional practice of the students students develop a range of web-based communication teaching and learning tools projects include the development of a professional web site and a collaborative professional project designed by small groups of students educ 6853 multimedia for educators this course challenges students to develop a personal professional repertoire of multimedia resources to be integrated into the existing professional practice of the students students develop a range of multimedia web sites a video production using non-linear editing and a collaborative professional project designed by small groups of students educ 6863 m.ed capstone portfolio this course will provide for the development of the capstone portfolio based on the national board of professional teaching standards nbpts and required for

pa 6203 critical criminological theory this course is an advanced seminar designed to survey major criminological theories their ideological premises methodological controversies interrelationships and the shifts in emphasis and focal points in the study of crime criminal behavior and criminal justice policy the analysis of past and current applications of the theories including prevention and intervention strategies of crime control will also be an emphasis in this seminar special attention will be given to the manner in which contemporary crime control strategies have changed over the past several decades and where they will lead us in the future pa 6213 law and society role of law in modern society emphasis on legal theories shaping u.s legal system theories of justice legal reasoning and application of those theories to real world problems as an introduction to the role of law helping society settle social conflicts pa 6223 correctional administration this seminar will focus on

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