Students in conjunction with their advisors and supervisory committees will develop a Program of Study that is suited to their professional goals and scholarly interests. This program will contain a set of course work and experiences that are common to all students in the program, as well as course work and experiences that are unique to students' professional goals and scholarly interests and needs.
Courses listed here represent the minimum requirements in each area. It is expected that programs will exceed the minimum requirements in areas needed to support students' academic needs.
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Required Leadership Studies Foundation (18 hours minimum)
|ALEC 801||Theoretical Foundations of Leadership||3|
|ALEC 877||Leadership & Motivation||3|
|ALEC 888||Leadership, Power, & Influence||3|
|ALEC 995||Doctoral Seminar||6|
AND at least one of the following
|ALEC 866||Leadership & Diversity||3|
|ALEC 910||Leadership in Cross Cultural Systems||3|
Recommended Leadership Studies Courses
|ALEC 802||Developing Leadership Capacities in Orgs & Communities||3|
|ALEC 805||Advanced Teaching Strategies||3|
Required Research Courses (12 hours minimum)
A background in basic research methods and statistics is assumed. Students who are deficient in one of more of these areas wil be required to remove these deficiencies through appropriate coursework. Courses taken to remove deficiencies cannot be counted toward the minimum requirements below.
At least one of the following (Required)
|EDPS 860||Applications of Selected Statistics||3|
|EDPS 941||Intermediate Statistics: Experimental Methods||3|
|EDPS 942||Intermediate Statistics: Correlational Methods||3|
AND at least one course in qualitative methodology (Required)
Recommended qualitative courses include
|EDUC 900K||Qualitative Approaches to Educational Research||3|
|EDPS 935||Seminar in Qualitative Research||3|
Additional advanced research and statistical tools courses (at least one) will be selected in consultation with doctoral committee to support the student's professional and research interests and goals. See http://cehs.unl.edu/edpsych/docs/QQPMcourseInfo.pdf for suggested courses.
|EDAD 988||Dissertation Proposal Development||3|