Lynch School of Education Program of Study / 2014 J.D. / M.Ed. / Higher Education / Student Affairs Concentration** Law and Education Dual Degree CLASS ENTERING 2014 TO BE SUBMITTED DURING THE SECOND TERM OF ENROLLMENT IN THE PROGRAM, PRIOR TO THE OPENING OF REGISTRATION FOR THE THIRD TERM OF ENROLLMENT NAME ANTICIPATED COMPLETION DATE SEMESTER/YEAR BC ID COMPREHENSIVE EXAMS DATE MONTH/YEAR Course Number and Title Credits Summer Fall Spring T/W* LEVEL I—CORE ELHE 7101 Higher Education in American Society 3 ELHE 7404 College Student Development 3 LEVEL II—RESEARCH ELHE 7405 Assessment in Student Affairs 3 LEVEL III—STUDENT AFFAIRS CONCENTRATION ELHE 7403 Principles and Techniques of Counseling for Higher Education and Community Settings 3 ELHE 7401 Student Affairs Administration 3 ELHE 7402 College Student Experience 3 LEVEL IV—FIELD EXPERIENCE AND MASTERS COMPREHENSIVE EXAM ELHE 7901 Field Experience in Higher Education 1 ELHE 7902 Advanced Field Experience in Higher Education 2 ELHE 8100 Masters Comprehensive Examinations 0 LEVEL V—ELECTIVES 9 Minimum of three (3): 1. 2. 3. 30 Total Credits *Insert a T (transfer) or W (waiver) as appropriate. If seeking a transfer of credits, you must also fill out a “transfer request form” available online. If requesting a waiver, you must attach an official transcript to this form. **See attached chart STUDENT SIGNATURE APPROVAL ADVISOR ASSOCIATE DEAN OF GRADUATE STUDIES YES YES DATE NO NAME SIGNATURE NAME SIGNATURE NO If pursuing a dual degree, please continue to page 2 Lynch School of Education Dual Degree Attachment 2014 J.D. / M.Ed. or M.A. TO BE ATTACHED TO MASTER’S PROGRAM OF STUDY FORM AND SUBMITTED DURING THE SECOND TERM OF ENROLLMENT IN THE DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM, PRIOR TO THE OPENING OF REGISTRATION FOR THE THIRD TERM OF ENROLLMENT CLASS ENTERING 2014 NAME ANTICIPATED COMPLETION DATE SEMESTER/YEAR BC ID COMPREHENSIVE EXAMS DATE MONTH/YEAR I will matriculate as a full-time student in the Lynch School during the fall of my 3L year, which is: SEMESTER/YEAR Check appropriate academic discipline: M.A. in Higher Education M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction M.Ed. in Educational Leadership (Not leading to licensure) Course Number and Title Credits Four (4) graduate courses in the Lynch School* to count toward law degree: 12 Three (3) graduate courses in Law School* to count toward the education degree: 9 Total Credits 21 Summer Fall Spring T/W* *The courses listed on this form that will count toward the dual degree must reflect content coverage which allows the student to participate in experiences which reflect the issues of education law. Student should select courses that allow an opportunity to promote their interdisciplinary inquiry; all cross-listed law and education courses should be taken under the EDUC number rather than the LL number. STUDENT SIGNATURE APPROVAL ADVISOR OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES, BC LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATE DEAN OF GRADUATE STUDIES DATE YES YES YES NO NO NAME SIGNATURE NAME SIGNATURE NO Lynch School of Education Program of Study / 2014 M.A. / Higher Education / Student Affairs Concentration Anticipated Course Rotation 2014-2015* Courses Offered Annually Semester Offered ELHE 7101 Higher Education in American Society ELHE 7404 College Student Development ELHE 7103 Education Law and Policy** ELHE 7301 Organization and Administration of Higher Education** ELHE 7202 Comparative Higher Education EDUC 9803 History of Education ERME 7460 Interpretation and Evaluation of Research ERME 7468 Statistics ELHE 7405 Assessment in Student Affairs ELHE 7303 Financial Management in Higher Education ELHE 7302 Organizational Decision Making in Higher Education ELHE 7901 Field Experience in Higher Education ELHE 7902 Advanced Field Experience in Higher Education ELHE 8101 Masters Comprehensive Exam ELHE 7602 Contemporary Issues in Higher Education EDUC 7773 College Teaching and Learning ELHE 7604 Community College ELHE 7605 Public Policy, Politics, and Higher Education ELHE 7503 Catholic Higher Education ELHE 7504 Religion in Higher Education ELHE 7607 Seminar on Law in Higher Education Fall Spring Fall / Spring Fall Spring Fall Fall / Spring Fall / Spring Spring Spring Spring Fall Spring Fall / Spring Fall/Spring/Summer TBD TBD Spring Spring Fall Spring Courses Offered Bi-Annually (Every Two Years) Semester Offered ELHE 7201 Philosophy of Education ELHE 7606 Diversity in Higher Education ELHE 7608 Gender Issues in Higher Education EDUC 8807 The Academic Profession Spring Spring Fall Fall / Spring *Subject to change. **We advise and encourage students to take these as foundational courses in the profession; consider a minimum of one (1) for elective choices.