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School of
Education
2005-2007
Graduate
Academic Bulletin

http://www.indiana.edu/~educate/ 
Education Graduate Studies Office 
Room 4278 
W. W. Wright Education Building 
201 North Rose Avenue 
Bloomington, IN 47405-1006 
(812) 856-8504    Fax (812) 856-8505 
Office of Graduate Studies 

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Education/Social Work Building (ES) 3137
902 W. New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 274-6801
 

Academic Certificate Programs

Certificate Program in Community Building and Urban Education
Post-Master's Certificate Program in Institutional Research (PMCIR)
Certificate in Instructional Systems Technology (IST)

Certificate Program in Community Building and Urban Education

Program Office: IUPUI, Education/Social Work 2114D, (317) 274-1652.

This program is offered on the Indianapolis campus. The Graduate Certificate Program in Community Building and Urban Education is an interdisciplinary offering provided by faculty representing various schools within IUPUI. It is an inquiry-based, 18 credit hour professional development opportunity designed for the following groups: teachers, counselors, school/ program/business administrators, policy makers, youth development and parks/recreational professionals, and professionals in urban planning, criminal justice, community development fields, and health and human service agencies.

The program is a highly interactive and reflective experience where participants are mentored by practitioners from multiple professions. Mentor and peer interactions have been designed to nurture collaborations and enhance understandings about community and urban school issues. The certificate meets the specific needs of those intending to pursue positions beyond the entry level that require additional certification and/or experience and who are interested in mobilizing a community to meet the diverse needs of its youth.

Required Courses
EDUC F505 Interprofessional Collaboration Seminar (3 cr.)
EDUC T550 Cultural/Community Forces and the Schools (3 cr.)
EDUC T531 Organizational Change in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Schools (3 cr.)
EDUC A560 Political Perspectives of Education (3 cr.)
EDUC T590 Independent Study in Urban Multicultural Education (1-3 cr.)

Elective Courses
EDUC J637 Curriculum Development Process (3 cr.)
SPEA P540 Community and Neighborhood Development Planning (3 cr.)
SPEA J550 Mentoring Juveniles as a Form of After-Care (3 cr.)
NURS H544 Community Development and Organization for Health (3 cr.)
SOC S610 Urban Sociology (3 cr.)
ANTH E380 Urban Anthropology (3 cr.)
Other electives may be taken with prior approval from advisor.

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Post-Master's Certificate Program in Institutional Research (PMCIR)

Program Office: IUB, Education 4228, (812) 856-8362.

This program is designed for professionals in higher education who already possess a master's or doctoral degree and seek to develop an understanding of the purposes and conduct of research to guide decision making in institutions of higher education. Developed under the sponsorship of  the Association for Institutional Research and the National Center for Education Statistics, the PMCIR program provides foundational knowledge about, technical skills in, and guided professional practice of institutional research. Students currently enrolled in a doctoral program may also enroll in this program.

The program consists of 24 credit hours of course work. Full-time students are expected to complete the program in a calendar year. Students must complete a yearlong internship in a university or agency office that utilizes institutional research and complete a culminating experience that includes attendance at a summer workshop focused on using national higher education databases that is conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics and the National Science Foundation or an alternate project approved by the director. A part-time completion option is available for individuals who concurrently work in relevant administrative positions within a higher education institution or related organization.

Fall Semester
C665 Higher Education Administration (3 cr.)
One course selected from:
        C670 Problems in Financing Higher Education (3 cr.)
        C654 Higher Education in the United States (3 cr.)
        C750 Organizational Theory (3 cr.)
        U548 Student Development Theory and Research (3 cr.)
        U549 Environmental Theory and Assessment in Higher Education (3 cr.)
U550 Three 1 credit modules in methods and technology of institutional research (3 cr.)
C790 Proseminar (1 cr.)

Spring Semester
Two courses selected from:
        C695 Academic Problems in Higher Education (3 cr.)
        C750 Topical courses (3 cr.)
        Other graduate courses in higher education approved by the program (3 cr.)
U550 Three 1 credit modules in methods and technology of institutional research (3 cr.)
C790 Proseminar (1 cr.)

Summer
C750 NCES/NSF National Data and Policy Seminar (3 cr.)
C790 Capstone Portfolio (1 cr.)

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Certificate in Instructional Systems Technology (IST)

Program Office: IUB, Education 2276, (812) 856-8450

This program is designed to enhance skills in and knowledge of instructional technology. The program may be used as a springboard to further career goals, to receive additional training in a career, or to prepare for a master's or Ph.D. program in instructional technology. This certificate program provides a unique opportunity to experience instructional technology at a leading program. Students who complete the program receive a certificate from the School of  Education in addition to the course credits on their Indiana University transcript.

Note: The Certificate in Instructional Systems Technology is not a state teaching license nor an endorsement on a teaching license. The master's program requires a separate application; completion of the certificate program does not guarantee admission.

Certificate Requirements

A student must complete five courses (15 credit hours) to fulfill the requirements of the IST certificate program, including four required courses and one elective course.

Required Courses for the Certificate Program

R511 Instructional Technology Foundations (3 cr.)
R521 Instructional Design and Development (3 cr.)
R561 Evaluation and Change in the Instructional Development Process (3 cr.)

And one of the following production courses (based on prior production experience):
R541 Instructional Development and Production Process I (3 cr.) (prerequisite: R521)
R547 Computer-Mediated Learning (3 cr.) (prerequisite: R541 or equivalent experience)

Elective Courses for the Certificate Program

Students must complete one elective from the following list:
R519 Effective Writing for Instructional Technology (3 cr.)
R547 Computer-Mediated Learning (3 cr.) (prerequisite: R541 or equivalent experience)
R626 Instructional Strategies and Tactics (prerequisite : R521)

Admission Requirements

The GRE is not required.

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