Graduate 2014-2015 by Southern Arkansas University

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Catalog Graduate 2014-2015

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financial aid 89 vocational rehabilitation 89 graduate assistantships 90 ann keese thomas graduate scholarship 93 university services and resources 94 student affairs 95 campus housing 95 university health services 97 student support services 97 tutoring center 98 writing center 98 student activities 98 counseling services 101 testing services 102 adapt 102 office of multicultural student services 102 office of disability support services 103 employment resource center 104 parking permits 105 reporting illness 105 graduate course descriptions 106 university administration 143 board of trustees 143 administrative officers 143 administrative staff 144 staff 146 graduate faculty 146 faculty and staff emeriti 150 distinguished professors 152 chief administrators 153 sau buildings and grounds 154 index 159 policies disclaimer 160

school of graduate studies master’s degrees and licensure programs college of business master of business administration offered as an online or face to face degree optional emphasis areas agri-business supply chain management college of education master of arts in teaching offered as an online degree meets arkansas initial licensure requirements master of education in educational administration and supervision offered as an online degree building administrator p-8/7-12 non-degree licensure program is available for students holding a master’s degree district administrator non-degree licensure program for students holding a building administrator license curriculum administrator post-master’s non-degree licensure program master of education in elementary or secondary education offered as online degrees focus areas curriculum and instruction gifted and talented p-8/7-12 special education early childhood instructional specialist p-4 special education instructional

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academic probation to continue in graduate studies the student must submit a written petition to the graduate council requesting reinstatement and outlining a plan to remedy the academic situation failure to earn at least a 3.0 in any semester while on probation after the second suspension will result in indefinite academic dismissal academic suspension appeals a student on academic suspension who believes there are extenuating circumstances which justify early readmission may submit a written appeal to the office of the vice president for academic affairs the letter of appeal must reach the office of the vice president for academic affairs at least three business days prior to registration for the semester for which readmission is sought appeals received after that date will not be considered for that semester the academic suspension appeals committee will review the case and make a recommendation to the vice president for academic affairs credit earned while on academic suspension

departmental and professional organizations accounting and finance society horticulture club ag club collegiate ffa kappa kappa psi agriculture/business club lambda alpha beta american choral directors association – lambda epsilon iota student chapter music educators national conference arkansas federation of council for new masters fine arts club exceptional children phi alpha theta history association for supervision and phi beta lambda business curriculum development pivot point art and design athletic training student club political affairs club biology club pre-law society chamber singers pre-med club chinese club pre-veterinary club collegiate farm bureau and agriculture rodeo team club russian club concert symphonic marching and jazz social work education leaders swel bands society of physics students digital media production organization spanish club emerging writers student arkansas education association enactus student athlete advisory committee student management

e ed 6023 project in elementary education prerequisites one three-hour course in research and statistics six semester hours of graduate work in the major area of study and approval of a committee composed of the professor teaching the course the student’s advisor and the dean of graduate studies a course designed to provide an in-depth study and critical evaluation of an educational idea or practice with major emphasis on the results obtained when the idea or practice is used in a local elementary school setting a research paper is required as needed e ed 6043 seminar in elementary education a course designed to explore and clarify several current and theoretical designs of elementary school curricula and to encourage critical evaluation of these principles from the standpoint of logical and empirical evidence a research paper or project from documented research is required spring spring summer e ed 6053 current trends in english language arts a study of approaches methods and

mcis 6123 decision support systems prerequisites consent of course professor the course introduces the concepts of decision support systems and artificial intelligence systems as components of information systems survey of the analysis design and implementation of systems for decision support including data management systems knowledge engineering expert systems and intelligent agents as needed mcis 6133 user interface implementation prerequisites csci 2103/csci 2113 or csci 3063 or mcis 5103 this courses studies human factors of interactive software interactive styles design principles and considerations development methods and tools interface quality and evaluation methods fall semester mcis 6143 web application and web service prerequisites mcis 5123 special topic seminars mcis 6201 – 6202 and consent of the instructor the course provides students with knowledge about the next frontier in distributed computing web services architecture framework methodology and web service

staff david anderson arvia askew phyllis austin james avery eric bailey amanda baxter debra banks patricia barnhart eddie beal lloyd beasley sam biley cynthia blake jill bond mary bradshaw lindsay bragg ann bridges laurie burks vicki butler kathy carrothers shelley cassidy michael christensen britta clark kathy cole kendra copeland kristy cross la’tricia davis maurine davis lynn disotell jamie dodson sandy dowling victor duke jake dunham bart emerson carman fantini jennifer ford charles finney brandy lee fuller brenda garrett daniel gallegos amanda gray jonathon gray sandra grissom deborah guevara betsy hall derek hall whitney hall joseph haney terry harden john harmon gary hickson mary hines charles honza mary iverson josh jenkins rachel jenkins emily jester andrea johnson edgar johnson robert jones roshan kc kristen keith rita kelley george kirkpatrick tanya knight keith labit leigh labit nicholas labit allen lachut jeremy langley kenneth lamb kenneth litton lena love alta