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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND POLICY ANALYSIS Criteria for Satisfactory Progress
To make progress toward a graduate degree, students must meet the Graduate School requirements in addition to the requirements of the department or program. See Graduate School degree requirements.
M.S. PH.D.
Overall GPA
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Other Grade Requirements
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Probation Policy
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Probation Policy
Yes
Candidates not making satisfactory progress will be declared "inactive" and will not be allowed to take the final examination. "Inactive" candidates must have a new graduate program approved. Candidates declared "inactive" for three years will be dropped from the program.
Specific Courses
No
Specific Courses
No
Specific Credits
Yes
A minimum of 30 credits of graduate work in educational leadership and policy analysis and related supporting courses.
Specific Credits
Yes
A minimum of 75 credits in educational leadership and policy analysis and related courses; a research requirement of at least 12 credits according to department guidelines. Contact the department for more information.
Examinations, Time Constraints
Yes, Yes
Students in the K12 Leadership strand who are seeking a master's degree and administrative certification are required to submit a portfolio to fulfill program requirements. Students in the Higher, Postsecondary and Continuing Education strand are required to complete a capstone experience to fulfill program requirements. Students in the K12 Leadership strand who are not seeking an administrative certification and students in the Policy strand are required to complete a master's examination. The master's examination is taken during the final semester of course work that fulfills program requirements. The examination is offered three times a year near the end of each academic semester or summer session.
Examinations, Time Constraints
Yes, Yes
The qualifying examination may be taken after the completion of 18 credits and no later than after the completion of 24 credits and before filing for the preliminary examination. The preliminary examination must be passed within seven years from the date of admission to the program.
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Language Requirements
No
Language Requirements
No
Minor Requirements
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Review Policy
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Review Policy
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