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2019-2020 Van Loan Catalog 
2019-2020 Van Loan Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EDL 771A - Administrative Apprenticeship Higher Education: Part I

The administrative apprenticeship provides students at Endicott College with professionally supervised, consistent and comprehensive exposure to the roles and functions of a wide variety of administrative offices in higher education. The apprenticeship is structured to introduce participants to contemporary administrative issues, problems, and practices in higher education and to refine leadership skills and competencies. The apprenticeship provides students with first-hand experience from which they can become better informed regarding the diversity and complexity of administrative functions and leadership roles in small colleges. It offers students opportunities to construct from theoretical, research, and practical knowledge their own conceptual frameworks for understanding how small colleges and universities work. This course provides a structure that allows students to engage in adminstrative responsibilities under continuous supervision. Between EDL771 A and B, students will have a minimum of 224 hours of apprenticeship, which will be documented by the student and submitted at the end of the class with the remaining course requirements. Students will work out the logistics with the respective colleges and will have them approved by their Directed Study Faculty and the Director of the Ed.D. program. Note: This course is Pass/Fail.

Prerequisites & Notes
18 credits of doctoral study. Permission of the program director.

Credits: 3