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Extended Campus

The Extended Campus Program provides options for professional development and emphasizes the School’s and University’s commitment to a strong field orientation in graduate education, extending the walls of the University beyond the physical boundaries of the main campus. Course offerings seek to address the unique professional development needs of a broad range of educators and education communities in Central New York. Courses are taught by both full-time School of Education professors and recognized expert practitioners in their fields.

New graduate students can register by completing the PDF registration form and returning it to the School of Education by mail or fax. Returning graduate students can register online.

Extended Campus courses are for current full- or part-time graduate students, and professionals who are:

  • Interested in career changes or advancement
  • Considering an advanced graduate degree
  • Searching for meaningful professional development opportunities
  • Pursuing certification in a wide range of areas
  • Lifelong learners with the zest to grow

Advantages of Extended Campus Courses

  • Reduced tuition for part-time study.
  • Conveniently located in off campus sites with easy parking.
  • Designed specifically to support professional development needs and interests.
  • Applicable to certification and degree requirements within program guidelines.
  • Access to SU libraries, gyms, computer clusters, and other facilities.

Extended Campus Registration Form

Fall 2019 Courses

Course # Class # Title Instructor Day & Time Location
EDA 712 14904 Leadership for Diverse Learners and Communities Leela George Wednesday
4:30-7:25 p.m.
Nottingham High School Library
EDA 752 21009 Leadership: Organizational & Institutional Development Joseph Shedd Monday
4:30-7:25 p.m.
Nottingham High School Library
EDA 792 15143 Legal Basis for Education Renee James Thursday
4:30-7:35 p.m.
Nottingham HS Library
EDA 889 14831 Internship in School and District Leadership Leela George Tuesday
4:30-6:30 p.m.
Solvay CSD, DOTR
RED 614 15085 Teaching 21st Century Writers Marcelle Haddix Monday
4-8 p.m.
Elmscrest Childrens Center
SPE 520 14890 Curriculum: Infants and Young Children with Special Needs
(10 hour practicum required)
Jill Christian-Lynch Monday
1-3:30 p.m.
Jowonio
SPE 618 14932 Augmentation Communication in Inclusive Classrooms Tollar Tuesday
6-8 p.m.
Jowonio

All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise specified. All EDA classes require instructor consent or students to be matriculated into the Educational Leadership program.

For further information contact the Extended Campus Coordinator:

Michelle Mondo, Office Coordinator; Extended Campus Coordinator
mrmondo@syr.edu|315.443.2685
Michelle Mondo