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OFFICE OF THE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST
June 1,2012
MEMORANDUM
Donna Wiseman
Dean, College of Education
TO:
Charles Caramello
Associate Provost and Dean, Graduate School
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FROM:
Elizabeth Beise
Associate Provost for Academic Planning and Programs
SUBJECT:
Proposal to Modify the Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education
and Development (LEAD) (PCC log no. 11036)
On March 2,2012, the Senate Programs, Curricula, and Courses committee approved
your proposal to modify the Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education and
Development (LEAD). A copy ofthe approved proposal is attached.
The curriculum change is effective Fall 2012. Please ensure that the change is fully
described in the Graduate Catalog and in all relevant descriptive materials, and that all advisors
are informed.
MDC/
Enclosure
cc:
David Salness, Chair, Senate PCC Committee
Sarah Bauder, Office of Student Financial Aid
Reka Montfort, University Senate
Erin Howard, Office of Information Technology
Donna Williams, Institutional Research & Planning
Anne Turkos, University Archives
Linda Yokoi, Office of the Registrar
Arthur Popper, Graduate School
Maggie McLaughlin, College of Education
Dennis Kivlighan, Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK
PROGRAM/CURRICULUM PROPOSAL
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Please submit the signed form to: Office of the Associate Provost for Academic Planning & Programs, 1119 Main Administration Building.
Please e-mail the rest of the proposal as an MSWord attachment to [email protected] .
DATE SUBMlrrED:
1/23/2012
I PCC LOG NO.
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11036
COLLEGE/SCHOOL: College/School Unit Code-First 8 digits: 01202400 Graduate School (remains the same)
DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM: Department/Program Unit code-Last 7 digits: 1240101 Graduate School (remains the same)
TYPE OF ACTION (choose one):
o Curriculum change (including information
specializations)
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New academic degree/award program
New Professional Studies award iteration
New Minor
Renaming of program or formal Area of
Concentration
o Addition/deletion offormal Area of Concentration
o Suspend/delete program
Italics indicate that the proposed program action must be presented to the full University Senate for consideration.
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED ACTION:
The Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) was approved in May 2006 (PCC Log
No. 05087) and modified in August 2007 (PC Log No. 06069). Developed for highly qualified Junior Officers at the United
States Naval Academy (USNA), LEAD develops students' abilities to think critically and analytically, and focuses on the
knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for understanding, designing, and conducting leader and team development. The
program is funded through a competitive grant from the U.S. Navy. The grant is approved on a three-year cycle and for
each cycle the University must re-submit a proposal for renewed funding. The Department of Counseling, Higher
Education, and Special Education (CHSE) in the College of Education, submitted a successful proposal for this cycle. As a
Master of Professional Studies, the program is housed in the Graduate School, which will be responsible for its oversight,
and the Office of Extended Studies will provide full administrative support. The program major code is MPLD. CHSE has
proposed changes in the approved plan of study. A side-by-side chart of currently approved and proposed curriculum
change is attached.
APPROVAL SIGNATURES: Please print name, sign, and date
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THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK
PROGRAM/CURRICULUM PROPOSAL
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Please submit the signed form to: Office of the Associate Provost for Academic Planning & Programs, 1119 Main Administration Building.
Please e-mail the rest of the proposal as an MSWord attachment to [email protected] .
DATE SUBMITTED: _1/23/2012
I
PCC LOG NO.
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11 036
COLLEGE/SCHOOL: College/School Unit Code-First 8 digits: 01202400 Graduate School (remains the same)
DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM: Department/program Unit code-Last 7 digits: 1240101 Graduate School (remains the same)
TYPE OF ACTION (choose one):
Curriculum change (including information
specializations)
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New academic degree/award program
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Renaming of program or formal Area of
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Concentration
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Italics indicate that the proposed program action must be presented to the full University Senate for consideration.
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SUMMARY OF PROPOSED ACTION:
The Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) was approved in May 2006 (PCC Log
No. 05087) and modified in August 2oa7 (PC Log No. 06069). Developed for highly qualified Junior Officers at the United
States Naval Academy (USNA), LEAD develops students' abilities to think critically and analytically, and focuses on the
knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for understanding, designing, and conducting leader and team development. The
program is funded through a competitive grant from the U.S. Navy. The grant is approved on a three-year cycle and for
each cycle the University must re-submit a proposal for renewed funding. The program major code is MPLD. As a
professional program, the academic home is the Graduate School. The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is the
current approved provider for administrative oversight. BSOS, however, declined to submit a bid for the three-year cycle
summer 2011- spring 2014; instead the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education (CHSE) in the
College of Education, submitted the successful proposal for this cycle. CHSE has contacted the Office of Extended Studies
to provide full administrative support. In addition, CHSE has proposed changes in the approved plan of study. A side-by­
side chart of currently approved and proposed curriculum change is attached.
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PROPOSAL FOR
CURRICULUM AND ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES
for PREVIOUSLY APPROVED INSTRUCTION PROGRAM
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
Master of Professional Studies in
Leadership, Education, and Development
ORIGINALLY APPROVED INITIATION DATE: Summer 2006 (PCC Log No. 05087) & Modified August 2007
(PC Log No. 06069).
REVISED CURRICULUM AND ADMINISTRATION DATE: Summer/Fall 2011
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 2
PROPOSED CHANGES
The Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) is an established
degree program that allows for innovative cross disciplinary study and research. Approved and first offered
in 2006, LEAD was developed for highly qualified Junior Officers at the United States Naval Academy
(USNA). During a 12-month period beginning in Summer Term and ending the following May semester,
LEAD Fellows are admitted as a cohort and are immersed in a one-year, 45-credit plan of study. 36 credits
are offered at the University of Maryland and 9 are offered at USNA. The program develops students’
abilities to think critically and analytically, and focuses on the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for
understanding, designing, and conducting leader and team development.
One change to the currently approved program is that the proposal reduces the collaborative effort to
three of the University’s academic units: the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special
Education (CHSE) in the College of Education, Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the Department
of Psychology (PSYC), and Military Sociology in the Department of Sociology (SOCY). The latter two units
are both in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS). The Office of International and Executive
Programs (OIEP in BSOS) is no longer participating as the principal and administrative unit. As a result,
CHSE will serve as the principal unit and the Office of Extended Studies will provide administrative support.
The proposed plan of study is both a continuation of the current program as well as one which incorporates
curriculum changes. The proposed plan of study has reordered the course offering sequence (see chart 1),
kept several courses (see chart 2), offered new courses (see chart 2), and eliminated courses (see chart 2).
Since 2006, all courses have undergone slight modification, relating them to issues that are prominent in
the United States Naval Academy. Students are required to apply their knowledge to their future position
as Company Officers. The new plan of study reflects the modifications that have taken place over this fiveyear period.
The LEAD program is built around the following seven fundamental themes: (1) leadership theory and
application, (2) group and organizational dynamics, (3) counseling and mentoring skills and techniques, (4)
student development theory and applications (cognitive, affective and moral development), (5) college
teaching, learning and curriculum development, (6) military sociology, and (7) integration and application
contextualized in the navy environment.
As stated above, Extended Studies will provide administrative support which includes program
management (including program compliance with all University regulations, policies, and procedures),
financial management (including faculty contracting and faculty pay processing), and student services
management (including support for admissions, registration, payment, financial aid, and other campus
services).
Academic direction and administrative support for LEAD is as follows:
Dennis Kivlighan, Chair, Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education; ,
Charles Caramello, Dean, The Graduate School
Terrie Hruzd, Director of Programs, Office of Extended Studies
The current and proposed curriculum (chart 1) for LEAD is as follows:
Chart 1: Current and Proposed Plan of Study
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 3
Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education and Development (LEAD)
Current Curriculum
Summer Term--Session 1
BSOS 601: Lead Seminar 1: The Grad
Student
EDCP 618: Counseling Skills: Introduction
to Practicum
EDCP 771: The College Student
Total credits for session 1
Summer Term--Session 2
EDCP 694: Student Leadership
Development
SOCY 699O: Special Social Problems: The
Sociology of Organizations
SOCY 869: Research Seminar in Military
Sociology (USNA)
Total credits for session 2
Credit
Level
Proposed Curriculum
Credit
Level
Summer Term--Session 1
3
EDCP 610: Professional Orientation
3
3
EDCP 618: Counseling Skills: Introduction
to Practicum
3
3
9
3
3
3
Total credits for session 1
Summer Term--Session 2
EDCP 619: Practicum in Counseling:
Counseling Skills II
EDCP 694: Student Leadership
Development
EDCP 771: The College Student
9
Fall Semester
Total credits for session 2
6
3
3
3
9
Fall Semester
BSOS 608: Lead Professional Seminar
S
BSOS 610: The Academy and the Brigade
(USNA)
3
EDCP 775: Facilitating Student Learning in
Higher Education
3
PSYC 603: Industrial and Organizational
Psychology
3
SOCY 664: Armed Forces and Society
3
SOCY 699L: Special Social Problems:
Diversity in the Military
Total credits for fall
EDCP 775: Facilitating Student Learning in
Higher Education
EDCP 789P: Advanced Topics in
Counseling and Personnel Services: Ethics
Group (meets at USNA)
EDCP789V: Advanced Topics in Counseling
and Personnel Services: Nature and History
of Command (meets at USNA)
PSYC 603: Introduction to Industrial and
Organizational Psychology
SOCY 664: Armed Forces and Society
3
3
3
3
3
3
15
Spring Semester
Total credits for fall
Spring Semester
EDCP 798D: Advanced Topics in Counseling
and Personnel Services: The Brigade and
the Academy (meets at USNA)
EDCP 888T: Apprenticeship in Counseling
& Personnel Services: College Student
Personnel Teaching Apprenticeship
15
BSOS 608: Lead Professional Seminar
S
BSOS 611: Moral Reasoning
3
EDCP888T: Apprenticeship in Counseling &
Personnel Services: College Student
Personnel Teaching Apprenticeship
3
SOCY 699L: Special Social Problems:
Diversity in the Military
3
Selected UM Graduate Course
3
SOCY 699N: Special Social Problems:
Power, Status, and Leadership in Groups
3
SOCY 699E: Special Social Problems:
Nature and History of Command (USNA)
3
3
6
Total credits for spring
12
Total credits for spring
15
Total LEAD Program Credits
45
Total LEAD Program Credits
45
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 4
Below is a detailed summary of changes to the current plan of study (chart 2).
Chart 2: Plan of Study--Continuing, New, and Deleted Courses
Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education and Development (LEAD)
Course
Rationale
Action
EDCP 618: Counseling Skills: Introduction to Practicum
Continuing course
No change
EDCP 694: Student Leadership Development
Continuing course
“
EDCP 771: The College Student
Continuing course
“
EDCP 775: Facilitating Student Learning in Higher Education
Continuing course
“
Continuing course (credit level increased
from 3 to 6 credits)
EDCP 888T course contact time was
substantial (seminar on college teaching
accompanied by teaching internship
responsibility for a 14 week course ) so
credit level was increased to include
expanded seminar and internship
component
EDCP 888T: Apprenticeship in Counseling & Personnel Services:
College Student Personnel Teaching Apprenticeship
PSYC 603: Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology
SOCY 664: Armed Forces and Society
No change
Continuing course
“
Continuing course
“
SOCY 699L: Special Social Problems: Diversity in the Military
Continuing course
EDCP 610: Professional Orientation
New course to curriculum. Replaces BSOS
601: Lead Seminar 1: The Grad Student
EDCP 798D: Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel Services:
The Brigade and the Academy (meets at USNA)
EDCP 789V: Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel Services:
Nature and History of Command (meets at USNA)
New course to curriculum. Replaces BSOS
610: The Academy and the Brigade (USNA)
New course to curriculum. Replaces SOCY
699E: Special Social Problems: Nature and
History of Command (USNA)
First term seminar with BSOS code shifted
to be EDCP code under new LEAD contract
Changing course numbers to reflect LEAD
contract now in EDCP instead of BSOS
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Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 5
EDCP 789P: Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel Services:
Ethics Group (meets at USNA)
SOCY 699N: Special Social Problems: Power, Status, and Leadership
in Groups
EDCP 619: Practicum in Counseling: Counseling Skills II
BSOS 601: Lead Seminar 1: The Grad Student
New course to curriculum. Replaces SOCY
869: Research Seminar in Military
Sociology (USNA)
Reflects change requested by the Naval
Academy to expand course work in ethics;
changes course home for this course from
SOCY to EDCP to reflect contract home
Reflects emphasis in leadership focus of
the LEAD program instead of military
sociology emphasis in previous program
New course to curriculum.
Responding the Navy LEAD students
evaluations to add more helping skills
courses to the curriculum
New course to curriculum.
Course not used in proposed plan of study
BSOS 608: Lead Professional Seminar
Course not used in proposed plan of study
BSOS 608: Lead Professional Seminar
Course not used in proposed plan of study
BSOS 610: The Academy and the Brigade (USNA)
Course not used in proposed plan of study
BSOS 611: Moral Reasoning
Course not used in proposed plan of study
SOCY 699E: Special Social Problems: Nature and History of Command
(USNA)
Course not used in proposed plan of study
SOCY 699O: Special Social Problems: The Sociology of Organizations
Course not used in proposed plan of study
SOCY 869: Research Seminar in Military Sociology (USNA)
Course not used in proposed plan of study
See rationale above
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 6
LIST OF COURSES USE FOR PROPOSED PROGRAM
EDCP 610: Professional Orientation (3 credits); Survey of knowledge base and practices in counseling and personnel
services specializations, professional ethics, credentialing relevant legislation, current issues.
EDCP 618: Counseling Skills: Introduction to Practicum (3 credits); Development and utilization of counseling skills.
EDCP 619: Practicum in Counseling (3 credits); Development and utilization of counseling skills.
EDCP 694: Student Leadership Development (3 credits); Explores the development of leadership among college
students including the study of leadership theory; a focus on how leadership is learned and developed; cultural
dimensions of leadership; and exposure to the current national scene in leadership associations, programs, and
resources.
EDCP 771: The College Student (3 credits); A demographic study of the characteristics of college students as well as a
study of their aspirations, values, and purposes.
EDCP 775: Facilitating Student Learning in Higher Education (3 credits); Application of selected models of college
student development, learning styles, and related models of instruction to the assessment of characteristics and the
design of learning environments.
EDCP 789D: Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel Services: The Brigade and the Academy (3 credits to be
taught by USNA faculty)
EDCP 789P: Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel Services: Ethics (3 credits to be taught by USNA faculty)
EDCP 789V: Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel Services: Nature and History of Command (3 credits; to be
taught by USNA faculty)
EDCP 888T: Apprenticeship in Counseling and Personnel Services (6 credits); Apprentice practice under professional
supervision in an area of competence compatible with the student's professional goals.
PSYC 603: Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology (3 credits); Advanced survey of industrialorganizational psychology, including selection, training, motivation, group processes, leadership, organizational
psychology, and organizational theory. Readings stressed and seminar time will be used for lectures, discussion and
integration of the reading materials.
SOCY 664: Armed Forces and Society (3 credits); Analysis of the relationship between military organization and
modern industrial society. Growth and decline of the mass army, the transition from conscription to all-volunteer
forces, the social legitimacy of military organization, the military as a form of industrial organization, and problems of
civil-military relations in the modern world.
SOCY 699L: Special Social Problems: Diversity in the Military (3 credits)
SOCY699N Special Social Problems: Power, Status, and Leadership in Groups (3 credits)
III. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT
The purpose of this assessment plan is to set clear guidelines, identify articulated outcomes, and ensure avenues for
continuous improvement for each graduate certificate program managed by the Program Oversight Committee and
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 7
housed in the Graduate School. It is our mission to provide programs that meet UMD’s institutional goals and
objectives for educational activities.
The LEAD program is built around the following seven fundamental curricular themes: (1) leadership theory and
application, (2) group and organizational dynamics, (3) counseling and mentoring skills and techniques, (4) student
development theory and applications (cognitive, affective and moral development), (5) college teaching and
curriculum development, (6) military sociology, and (7) integration and application contextualized in the navy
environment. The following represent the associated learning outcome objectives:
THINKING CRITICALLY: All courses in the proposed curriculum will require active participation of the students. The
courses, while imparting substantial amounts of materials, will require the student to analyze and integrate material
within and across courses and to develop the ability to critically analyze the material presented. In addition, all
courses are being modified slightly to relate them to issues that are most prominent in the USNA and the require
students to apply their knowledge to their future position at the USNA.
THINKING ANALYTICALLY: Underlying all of the proposed courses is the emphasis on the enhancement of the
student’s ability to analyze material and issues within the framework of the behavioral and social sciences as they
apply in a military organization. The abilities to define a problem, marshal and analyze relevant literature, acquire
and analyze relevant data, and reach conclusions that are data-based, are central to all of the courses. The final
seminar (EDCP 789Z) will enhance these skills using the case study method. The seminar will require students to
apply all that they have learned to real-life problems that they will encounter as Company Officers.
ROLE MODELING AND MENTORING: This objective is met through a combination of courses and experiences
facilitated by the program. EDCP 789, SOCY 699N, and PSYC 603 provide an interdisciplinary understanding of
leadership and motivation, motivational techniques, and the application of leadership and motivation theories and
concepts. In EDCP 618 and SOCY 699N the students will acquire knowledge of the techniques of role modeling and
mentoring and apply them in a teaching environment. The teaching will be done with the supervision and assistance
of a regular member of the teaching faculty. In this setting, students will be able to learn how to apply their
mentoring skills in a higher education environment. The materials in these courses are integrated to provide a
comprehensive and coordinated understanding of the elements of this objective.
ENHANCING INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PERFORMANCE: This objective is met through a combination of courses and
experiences facilitated by the program. Courses in EDCP (618 and 775) and SOCY (699L and 699N) and PSYC 603
provide an interdisciplinary understanding of the appraisal techniques, counseling techniques, team development,
and the development of plans for individuals and teams. Counseling techniques are also taught in the EDCP-rubric
courses, and all of the courses provide the theoretical foundations for character development. A special course
(EDCP789P) has been developed to address the objective of understanding and applying ethical theory and military
ethics.
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: In all courses students will be required to develop their writing and oral communication
skills. In the seminars (EDCP 789P, 789V, 789D, and 789Z) they will be required to create and make presentations
using the latest presentation technologies. Effective time management is addressed in the seminars and in PSYC 603.
The bulk of this objective will be covered in substantive courses in Sociology (664, 699L, and 699N). These courses
cover current events as they impact the military and broader society, what effect these events have on the Naval
profession, and how the USNA and its students are shaped by such developments.
INDIVIDUAL, TEAM, AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: In several courses (PSYC 603 and SOCY664, 699L, and
699N) and in the EDCP-rubric seminars cover the general theory and the special application of individual, team, and
organizational development theories in the military. Students will be able to apply these ideas and techniques during
seminar discussions and in case studies during the final semester of the program.
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 8
UNDERSTANDING THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN AN UNDERGRADUATE SETTING: As noted in Role Modeling and
Mentoring, the LEAD program will give students extensive training in undergraduate teaching techniques and then
have them apply what they have learned by co-teaching an undergraduate leadership course (EDCP 317) under
supervision from a regular member of the teaching faculty. After completing this sequence and the other EDCP-rubric
courses, the students will be able to design, deliver and assess leadership courses in the USNA.
IV. FACULTY AND ORGANIZATION
A. Who will provide academic direction and oversight for the program?
Graduate Director
Dennis M. Kivlighan,
Professor and Chair of the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education
Graduate School Representative
Charles Caramello, Dean, The Graduate School
Office of Extended Studies Administrative Support and Oversight
Terrie Hruzd, Director of Programs
B. If the program is not to be housed and administered within a single academic unit, provide details of its
administrative structure.
The Master of Professional Studies will be housed in the Graduate School, which will be responsible for its oversight.
A committee comprising the three persons named in IV.B. or their designates will administer the program. A faculty
member from the college will serve as the Graduate Director and will provide academic leadership. The OES
representative will provide coordination.
Faculty selection and appointments are made by the College of Education. All faculty must be approved as full or
adjunct members of the Graduate Faculty and approved by the Dean of the Graduate School to teach.
V. OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAMS (if necessary)
A. If at Shady Grove—indicate how students will access student services.
Not applicable.
C. If on-line—describe the concerns in “Principles and Guidelines for Online Programs” are to be addressed.
Not applicable.
VI. OTHER ISSUES
A. Describe any cooperative arrangements with other institutions or organizations that will be important for the
success of this program.
The LEAD program was developed in response to competitive procurement from the United States Naval Academy
(USNA). The original proposal was attached to PCC Log No. 05087.
B. Will the program require or seek accreditation? Is it intended to provide certification or licensure for its
graduates? Are there academic or administrative constraints as a consequence?
Not applicable.
VII. COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY
The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity institution with respect to both education and employment. The
University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap in admission or
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 9
access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities as required by federal (Title VI, Title IX, Section
504) and state laws and regulations.
Through its actions and statements of policy the University of Maryland has demonstrated a commitment to diversity
by creating programs of study which explore the experiences, perspectives, and contributions of a wide variety of
cultures, groups, and individuals; and as sought to create a campus environment which encourages tolerance and
respect for individuals regardless of differences in age, race, ethnicity, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation,
class, political affiliation, and national origin.
VIII. REQUIRED PHYSICAL RESOURCES
A. Additional library and other information resources required to support the proposed program. You must include a
formal evaluation by Library staff.
Original proposal resources approved in May 2006 (PCC Log No. 05087).
B. Additional facilities, facility modifications, and equipment that will be required. This is to include faculty and staff
office space, laboratories, special classrooms, computers, etc.
None.
C. Impact, if any, on the use of existing facilities and equipment. Examples are laboratories, computer labs, specially
equipped classrooms, and access to computer servers.
This program does not require additional resources.
IX. RESOURCES NEEDS AND SOURCES
A. List new courses to be taught and needed additional sections of existing courses. Describe the anticipated
advising and administrative loads. Indicate the personnel resources (faculty, staff, and teaching assistants) that
will be needed to cover all these responsibilities.
There are no courses which need to be approved through VPAC. All courses are existing courses. No new personnel
resources are needed. See attached budget for use of existing personnel resources.
B. List new faculty, staff, and teaching assistants needed for the responsibilities in A, and indicate the source of the
resources for hiring them.
University of Maryland faculty who in teach in the program will be compensated using overloads. The
faculty may include research faculty, retired faculty, and professionals in the field.
C. Some of these teaching, advising, and administrative duties may be covered by existing faculty and staff.
Describe your expectations for this, and indicate how the current duties of these individuals will be covered, and
the source of any needed resources.
Approval of all faculty overloads for teaching and advising will be in accordance with University of Maryland
policy and procedures. The Oversight Committee is responsible for the overall administrative management
of the program.
D. Identify the source to pay for the required physical resources identified in Section VIII. above.
Tuition revenue will be used to cover the program expenses (see separate budget page).
E. List any other required resources and the anticipated source for them.
None.
F. Complete the additional proposal and financial tables as required by MHEC.
See attached.
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 10
Master of Professional Studies in Leadership Education & Development (LEAD):
Budget
12-month program (Summer Term, Fall, Spring)
Year 1 (Summer
2011-Spring
2012)
Year 2 (Summer
2012-Spring
2013)
Year 3 (Summer
2013-Spring
2014)
$37,533
$37,615
$37,700
34,937
34,937
34,937
2,195
2,261
2,329
Annual Parking Fee (commuter students)
326
342
359
Application Fee
75
75
75
Total # of students
14
14
14
$525,457
$526,607
$527,796
Year 1 (Summer
2011-Spring
2012)
Year 2 (Summer
2012-Spring
2013)
Year 3 (Summer
2013-Spring
2014)
$70,048
$73,550
$77,228
a1. Kivilghan, D. [20% of effort]
36,453
38,276
40,189
a2. Benefits (25%)
9,113
9,569
10,047
b. Komives, S. [20% of effort]
19,277
20,241
21,253
b. Benefits (27%)
5,205
5,465
5,738
$129,600
$129,600
$129,600
12
12
12
a2. Per instructor salary
10,000
10,000
10,000
b. Total Salary
120,000
120,000
120,000
9,600
9,600
9,600
$160,632
$168,664
$177,097
4
4
4
a2. Per GA Assistantship
20,410
21,431
22,502
b. Total Assistanship
81,640
85,722
90,008
c. Total Health Benefit
22,992
24,142
25,349
d. Total Tuition Remission
56,000
58,800
61,740
$14,000
$5,000
$15,550
$4,564
0
$5,000
$15,449
$4,792
0
$5,000
$15,946
$5,032
a1. Annual commuter fee (assumes 5% increase)
326
342
359
a2. # of students
14
14
14
$1,050
$1,050
$1,050
75
75
75
14
14
14
Program Revenue
Flat Fee (per student)
Program tuition: (45 credits x $776.37 per credit)
2
UM Mandatory Fee
TOTAL REVENUE
Program Expenses
1.Total Administration (a+b below)
2.Total Faculty Instruction (b+c below)
a1. # of Instructors
c. Total FICA (8%)
3. Total Graduate Assistants (b+c+d below)
a1. # of GAs
3. Technology (computer)
4.Instructional Materials/supplies
5.UM Overhead (4.1% of program expenses)
6. Parking
7. Graduate School Application Fee
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 11
Year 1 (Summer
2011-Spring
2012)
Year 2 (Summer
2012-Spring
2013)
Year 3 (Summer
2013-Spring
2014)
$30,730
$31,652
$32,601
2,195
2,261
2,329
14
14
14
$2,520
$2,520
$2,520
a. Fee assessed per each academic semester/student/term
60
60
60
b. Total number of semesters/terms
3
3
3
c. Total # of Professional Students
14
$48,911
$525,457
14
$48,911
$526,607
14
$48,911
$527,796
Program Expenses (cont'd)
8. Campus Mandatory fee (100% for campus expenses)
9. Graduate School Administrative Fee
10. OES 10% Administrative Fee (tuition only)
TOTAL REVENUE
Notes:
1 Program is 45 credits (15 courses) total but only 36 credit (12 courses) taught by UM faculty; 9 credits (3
courses) are taught by unpaid adjuncts; tuition charged at a flat rate.
2 All students are assessed the on-campus Mandatory Fee: Assumes a 3% annual increase. 100% is returned
to the campus.
3 All salaries and fringe benefits assume a 5% annual increase.
Proposal for revised instructional program, professional master, p. 12
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