Dec 15, 2019  
2018-19 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2018-19 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED]

Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership


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Jeanie Gresham, chair
Amanda Rudolph, coordinator, Secondary Education Master’s Programs, Room 404B
Linda Black, coordinator, Secondary Education Program, Room 404D
Patrick M. Jenlink, coordinator, Educational Leadership Doctoral Program, Room 404J
Barbara Qualls, coordinator, Educational Leadership Program-Principal, Room 404O
Barbara Qualls, coordinator, Educational Leadership Program, Superintendent, Room 404F
McKibben Education Building, Room 404A
Phone: (936) 468-2908
Fax: (936) 468-1573
sfasu.edu/secondaryed

Objectives of the Department

The Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership offers graduate programs and courses to broaden professional competencies in secondary education and educational leadership. Specific programs are offered for the professional preparation of school teachers, school administrators and higher education faculty and administrators.

Graduate Faculty

Professors

  • Kenneth Austin, Ph.D., University of Texas - Austin, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Linda Black, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Karen Embry Jenlink, Ed.D., Texas A&M - Commerce, Supervision, Curriculum and Instruction, Literacy
  • Patrick M. Jenlink, Ed.D., Oklahoma State University, Educational Administration
  • Amanda Rudolph, Ph.D., University of Arkansas, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Pauline Sampson, Ph.D., Iowa State University, Educational Leadership

Associate Professors

  • Neill Armstrong, Ed.D., Oklahoma State University, Curriculum and Instruction
  • B. Scott Bailey, Ed.D., Stephen F. Austin State University, Educational Administration
  • Heather Olson Beal, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Stacy Hendricks, Ed.D., Texas A&M University - Commerce, Educational Administration
  • Kerry Roberts, Ph.D., Washington State University, School Administration
  • Janet Tareilo, Ed.D., Sam Houston State University, Educational Leadership

Assistant Professors

  • Chrissy Cross, Ph.D. Texas Tech University, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Ali Hachem, Ph.D., Miami University of Ohio, Educational Administration
  • Barbara Qualls, Ph.D., University of North Texas, Curriculum and Instruction, Research
  • Mychelle Smith, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Curriculum and Instruction
  • Brian Uriegas, Ed.D., Texas A&M University at Kingsville, Educational Leadership
  • Amber Wagnon, Ph.D., Texas Tech University, Curriculum and Instruction

Graduate Assistantships

A limited number of graduate assistantships are awarded each year in the department. For information and applications, contact the chair of the department.

Admission Requirements

To be accepted in the Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership as a major or a minor or for professional certificate work only, a student must meet the admission requirements of the Office of Research and Graduate Studies as outlined elsewhere in the bulletin and meet the department and program admission requirements. A major must have the approval of the graduate advisor, departmental graduate program committee and department chair. In each case, the undergraduate background must be appropriate to the graduate program pursued.

In the case of the principal preparation degree and/or certification program and the superintendent certification program, admission will be determined at the department level upon receipt and assessment of appropriate documents from the applicant and Research and Graduate Studies.

In the case of the doctoral program, admission will be determined at the department level upon receipt and assessment of appropriate documents from the applicant and Research and Graduate Studies.

Programs

    MajorCertification

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