EAS 678: Organizational Leadership
An exploration of organizational theory and its application in a school setting, emphasizing strategic planning, instructional leadership and public relations.
- Dates: January 14 – February 28
- Register by: December 31
The Leadership Challenge
James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner
Practicing the Art of Leadership: A Problem-Based Approach to Implementing the ISLLC Standards
Reginald Leon Green
Leading Change in Your School: How to Conquer Myths, Build Commitment, and Get Results
Douglas B. Reeves
Ed 632: Best Practices in Instructional Strategies
Effective teaching involves using a variety of instructional strategies, designed with specific learners in mind. This course explores the development and practical application of numerous strategies. Students will be introduced to the Five Core Propositions of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. This class is mostly project based.
Ed 667: Technology in Education
This course is a practical examination of current technology applications and their integration in education. The hands-on learning environment provides the professional educator with the tools needed to enhance skills in technology and apply these skills in a variety of settings.
Ed 691: Readings in Education
Independent study through the use of readings with special emphasis on selected areas from the field of education.
Ed 695: Action Research Project
Supervised experience in an area of fieldwork under the direction of faculty; including papers, unit work samples, video-taped lessons--uploaded and critiqued--all tied to coursework taken previously in the MEd Program. Students must be teaching in a traditional K-12 classroom during the semester this course is taken.
ME 610: Writing & Arranging for School Ensembles
Supervised composition and arranging of music for school ensembles.
ME 691: Testing & Research in Music Education
An introduction to the relevant areas of music education testing and research, including music aptitude testing, music achievement testing, and the standard education research methodologies as applied to the field of music education.
- Dates: January 14 – March 7
- Register by: December 31
- Number of Proctored Tests in Course: 1
- Additional Course Information: Students will need a statistical calculator and access to Statistical Package for Social Sciences 22.1 (SPSS). Distance students in the Greenville area may access SPSS 22 in FA 11. You may also download and rent SPSS 22 for six months at www.onthehub.com/
Inquiry in music education: Concepts and methods for the beginning researcher
Froehlich, H. and Frierson-Campbell, S.
ME 693: Graduate Seminar in Music Education
An exploration of contemporary topics in music education with an emphasis on engaging issues from a biblical worldview. Guest lecturers, group discussion, and presentations will provide students with exposure to a wide range of current trends.
SCM 695: Biblical Counseling Capstone
Provides practical biblical counseling experience for students who have completed at least 24 credits. The student will observe 10 hours of biblical counseling, be involved in 60 hours of practical biblical counseling experience, be involved in a minimum of 10 hours of an outreach ministry, and read and evaluate a book on biblical counseling case studies. A final comprehensive examination will assess the student's knowledge of biblical counseling.
- Dates: January 14 – May 2
- Register by: December 31
Counseling the Hard Cases: True Stories Illustrating the Sufficiency of God's Resources in Scripture
Scott, Stuart. & Lambert, Heath
B & H Publishing Group, 2012
Building a Church Counseling Ministry: without Killing the Pastor
Day One Publications, 2012
SNT 681: New Testament Introduction
The canon and text of the New Testament: composition, authorship, date and content of each book. The course gives special attention to the current Greek text controversy.
STh 602: Systematic Theology
The application of the principles of systematic theology to the doctrines of Christ, salvation, the Church and the end times, following a biblical dispensational hermeneutic. Preparation of an ordination doctrinal statement for ministry students; theological summaries for others. Students from a Baptist heritage will be expected to clearly articulate Baptist theological distinctives and church polity. Each student's doctrinal/theological summaries will be prepared so as to reflect a biblical dispensational hermeneutic.
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