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1 CSU PATHWAYS TO EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP CSU High School Counselors Conference 9/24/13

2 Welcome  Introductions  Dr. Diane Fazzi, Acting Associate Dean, CSULA  Dr. Cindy Grutzik, Associate Dean, CSULB  Becoming an Educational Leader  CSULB Programs  CSULA Program  Wrap-up, Q&A

3 Becoming an Educational Leader  What is your pathway?  What are your options?  What are your goals and passion?

4 CSULB College of Education  Ed.D. in Educational Leadership  MA in Education Administration with Preliminary Administrative Services Credential  Visit  Contact Educational Leadership Department  Dr. Heidi Gilligan, Program Coordinator 

5 Ed.D. in Education Leadership Specializations: 1. Pre K Community College/Higher Education 3 year, 60 units Cohort model Classes begin each Summer Year-round (Summer, Fall, Spring) 30 students admitted each summer Wait list process utilized Cost: Full time enrollment, ≈ $17,700 per year

6 Who should apply?  Working professionals who seek to further influence educational policy and decision-making.  Graduates are prepared to be:  PreK-12 principals, superintendents, lead teachers…  Community College/Higher Education presidents, student support services administrators…

7 What’s great about this program?  Faculty like Dr. Bill Vega, Dr. Anna Ortiz  Seamless Education: K-12 and Community College/Higher Education learn together  Social Justice focus  Cohort model, extensive support  Courses scheduled Wednesdays, Saturdays

8 Admission Requirements  MA Degree in Education or related field  Cumulative GPA of 3.0 in upper division and graduate course work  Demonstration of sufficient preparation for, experience in, and potential for education leadership  Program Application and University Application  DEADLINE: February 15 for Summer 2014

9 MA in Education Administration with Preliminary Admin Services Credential  MA, Credential, or both  Cohort-based  3 year program, units  Credential only: 24 units  MA only: units  Part-time attendance, Fall start, evening classes  Cost: Part-time Enrollment ≈ $5,200 per year

10 Who should apply?  Educators who are seeking to maximize the academic achievement of all students through school and district leadership.  Educators with Professional Clear credentials and 5 years teaching experience

11 What’s great about this program?  Faculty like Dr. Jim Scott, Dr. Charles Slater  Professional peers and the network you build  Focus on diversity, urban education, democratic society, instructional leadership  Evening courses to accommodate full-time professionals

12 Admission Requirements  Professional Clear Credential (MS, SS, ES) or Services Credential  5 years teaching experience  Program Application and University Application  DEADLINE: April 1 for Fall 2014

13 CSULA Charter College of Education  Ph.D. in Special Education, offered jointly with UCLA  Ed.D in Educational Leadership  M.A. in Educational Administration  Post baccalaureate certificate options  Applied Behavior Analysis  Career Counseling  Teachers of English Learners 

14 Ph.D. in Special Education, offered jointly with UCLA  CSULA/UCLA – unique program started in 1969, prepares leaders for the field of special education  Year 1 - CSULA in-depth courses in special education research and law research experience teaching activities  Years 2 – 4 – UCLA ongoing research practicum in-depth courses in research methods and in substantive areas in human development and psychology.  While at UCLA, students maintain contact with the CSULA coordinator and faculty, and include faculty from both CSULA and UCLA on their qualifying examination and dissertation committees.

15 Ph.D. in Special Education, offered jointly with UCLA  Who Should Apply? Strong interest in developing research and university teaching skills Demonstration of potential for successful completion of doctoral research  Admission Requirements minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and graduate GPA of 3.5 master’s degree in special education or related field GRE three years of successful professional experiences with individuals with disabilities  Contact Joint Doctoral Program Coordinator at CSULA, Dr. Lois Weinberg Application, letter of intent, and letter of reference forms are available at

16 Ph.D. in Special Education, offered jointly with UCLA  What’s great about this program?  combines resources and expertise of UCLA and CSULA faculty  in-depth coursework in special education, psychological studies, educational research, and other areas relevant to a student’s career goals.  graduates found in a variety of leadership roles in public schools, universities, and state/national roles

17 Ed.D. in Educational Leadership  Pre, K-12 th focus, program in 5 th Year  3 Year Program Cohorts admitted each Fall semester College-wide curriculum and faculty, designed for: Administrators, special educators, counselors, and teacher leaders  Designed for working professionals Two evening classes per week Summer session required Some Saturday activities  Focus on Service of Justice, Access, and Social Change

18 Ed.D. in Educational Leadership  Who should apply? Interest in educational reform in urban environments Interest and aptitude for applied research for real world problems  Admission Requirements Minimum graduate GPA of 3.25 GRE Strong references  Contact Doctoral Program Coordinator, Dr. Lois Andre-Bechley Applications for early consideration due January, accepted till full Applications available at

19 Ed.D. in Educational Leadership  What’s great about the program? Graduates have variety of educational leadership roles Can be completed while working Diverse student background and applied research interests and opportunities Faculty from entire college work in program Cohort model provides for strong peer support

20 M.A. in Educational Administration  Master of Arts Degree  Preliminary Administrative Services Credential  Combined Program – 1 Year in Length  Designed for Aspiring Administrators Two evening classes per week Digital portfolios for culminating experience Links theory and practice  Focus on Preparing Instructional Leaders for Urban Schools

21 Ed.D. in Educational Leadership  Who should apply? Interest in educational administration Two years of successful teaching experience  Admission Requirements Minimum GPA of 2.75 in last 90 qtr./60 sem. units Strong references Demonstration of leadership potential  Contact Program Coordinator, Dr. Lori Kim Applications available at

22 Ed.D. in Educational Leadership  What’s great about the program? Combined master’s degree and credential in one year Can be completed while working Cohort model provides for strong peer support Performance-based assessment  Also offer the Clear Credential for practicing administrators

23 Wrap-up and Q&A


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