University of Vermont

UVM Course Directory

Term: Spring 2018

Subject: Leadership and Policy Studies

EDLP 320 - Collaborative Consultation

Adult development and group dynamics theory provide the knowledge base for collaborating with parents and teachers to meet the diverse needs of students with disabilities. Cross-listed with: EDSP 387.

EDLP 372 - Leadership&Creative Imaginatn

Leadership in societal organizations as presented in literature, other media. Students will demonstrate abilities to integrate leadership theory, principles, personal beliefs, practices with literary and other media models. Prerequisite: Ed.D. students have priority.

EDLP 390 - Internship

Students will undertake an approved internship in an institution which reflects the particular area of interest and needs of the student. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

EDLP 391 - Master's Thesis Research

Thesis topic must be approved by a faculty committee.

EDLP 397 - Problems in Education

Individual work on a research problem selected by the student in consultation with a staff member. Prerequisites: Twelve hours in education and related areas; endorsement by a sponsoring faculty member.

EDLP 419 - Quantitative Research Methods

This course provides knowledge and skill in conducting quantitative research studies for education and social services. Students apply social science research methods in a laboratory setting and produce a model study. Pre/co-requisite: EDLP 409.

EDLP 437 - Sem on Educational Policy

An examination of the nature and function of education policy, emphasizing the structure and processes in education policy formulation and implementation. Prerequisite: Doctoral level standing.

EDLP 449 - Dissertation Writing Seminar

This seminar is designed for Graduate students working on their dissertation proposals or dissertations.

EDLP 459 - Mixed Method Research

An advanced research seminar designed to introduce students to mixed methods research, which integrate qualitative and quantitative approaches, inquiries, and data collection and analysis strategies into a single study or research project. Prerequisite: Documented completion of basic quantitative and qualitative research methods courses.