Graduate 2011-2012 by Southern Arkansas University

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Catalog Graduate 2011-2012

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contents university calendar 6 admission to the school of graduate studies 12 application materials and timeline 12 non-degree admission to the school of graduate studies 14 international students 16 school of graduate studies 18 college of business 21 college of education 25 college of liberal and performing arts 61 college of science and technology 65 academic policies and procedures 69 additional master’s degree 69 transient graduate students 69 concurrent enrollment 69 academic advising 70 course numbers 70 course loads 70 registration 71 auditing courses 71 withdrawing from the university 72 class attendance 72 grading system 73 incompletes i grades 73 grade point average 73 repeating courses 74 length of time to complete a degree 74 transfer of credit 74 workshop credit 75 degree audit 75 thesis 75 comprehensive examinations 76 portfolios and projects 77 graduation 77 grade appeals 78 academic probation and suspension 79 academic suspension appeals 80 transcripts 80

college of liberal and performing arts master of public administration college of science and technology master of science in agriculture master of science in computer and information science

master of education curriculum and instruction statement of purpose the master of education in elementary or secondary education with curriculum and instruction focus is designed to promote individual change within the professional practice of the educators enrolled in the program the underpinning philosophical orientation is to extend the candidate’s prior knowledge and experiences including an understanding of research research methods learning and practices that support learning the program is delivered entirely via the internet and designed around a cohort concept the cohort concept allows for students and faculty collaboration and continuity of design this process is intended to provide cohesiveness to the students’ studies that establishes a core of learning relationships throughout the program students will be able to demonstrate competencies outlined by the national board of professional teaching standards as well as the competencies that have been established

supervised experience choose 9 credit hours coun coun coun coun coun 6493 6653 6673 6803 6823 practicum in counseling internship i in elementary school counseling internship ii in elementary school counseling internship i in secondary school counseling internship ii in secondary school counseling courses required for additional licensure in school counseling

student must submit a letter to the chair of the department in which the course is housed requesting a review a copy of this letter must also be sent to the college dean the graduate dean and to the vice president for academic affairs the chair has the responsibility to confer with the instructor concerning the documentation of the grade for its completeness and accuracy the chair will notify the student of the grade status in writing within 10 days of receiving the student’s request if the student wishes further appeal the student must submit by mid-term a written request for formal review to the dean of the college in which the course is housed a grade appeal committee will conduct a hearing and recommend a decision the committee will be composed of the following • two students appointed by the student government association president one of the students must be a graduate student • a faculty senate representative appointed by the faculty senate president •

career counseling the sau career planning program is designed to assist students in exploring career opportunities the program includes individual counseling résumé preparation and interview techniques the office of counseling and testing maintains a career resource library containing career exploration materials and information on graduate school opportunities career planning is also facilitated through discover a guidance and information system that helps students in values clarification the gathering of occupational information and the development of strategies for achieving appropriate occupational and professional goals self-esteem building the office of counseling and testing teaches self-esteem building as a support unit within the gstd 1002 freshman seminar course individual and group seminars are also conducted on this topic anyone interested in this program may contact the office of counseling and testing testing services the sau office of counseling and testing is a

educ 5273 classroom and group management this is an introduction to basic principles of behavior modification and contingency management procedures of conditioning reinforcement token economy and self-control as applied to individuals and groups in a variety of settings with emphasis on discussion of research application and ethics fall summer educ 5706 science math reading k-4 this course is an interdisciplinary approach to learning science mathematics and reading this course stresses the learning of science mathematics and reading as an active integrated constructive process involving experimentation investigation communication reasoning and problem solving as needed educ 5901-3 to 5991-3 workshop in education cross-referenced with educ 4901-3 to 4991-3 the course is for persons participating in college-sponsored workshops the title will vary with each program as needed educ 6003 educational research a basic course in research and statistical methods to include a study of frequency

mgmt 6053 international business the global environment of business is explored with emphasis on cultural diversity international institutions government-business interface and global competition case studies will be used to emphasize issues country studies both written and oral will be developed and presented as needed mgmt 6063 special topics in management a course introducing graduate students to timely management topics that can enhance their jobs or professional development the course includes readings cases and research into current issues in management as needed mgmt 6073 special topics in management a course introducing graduate students to timely management topics that can enhance their jobs or professional development the course includes readings cases and research into current issues in management as needed management information systems mis mis 6003 information systems management explores the role of information systems in business with emphasis on the development and

cole kenneth 1989 instructor of health kinesiology and recreation head athletic trainer b.s.e m.s central missouri state university daniels james timothy 1995 associate professor of biology b.s.e m.ed southern arkansas university davis kimberly 2010 assistant professor of education b.s m.ed ph.d southern university dingman steve 1990 instructor of health kinesiology and recreation chair department of health kinesiology and recreation b.a peru state college m.ed southern arkansas university dobbins catherine 2010 assistant professor of education b.a m.ed university of arkansas little rock ph.d walden university edgar patrick 2006 associate professor of public administration a.a hartford community college b.a m.p.a university of montana m.dv franciscan school of theology d.p.a university of southern california ferneding karen 2009 assistant professor of education m.a san francisco university m.a ph.d university of texas at austin green kenneth jr 2009 professor of

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