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:
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|Course #||Class #||Title||Instructor||Day & Time||Location|
|EDA 732||35354||Leadership for Adult Development||Leela George||Wednesday
|EDA 772||41748||Issues and Practices in Building Leadership||George Theoharis||Monday
|Nottingham High School Library|
|EDA 782||41748||Issues and Practices in District Leadership||Joseph Shedd||Thursday
|Nottingham HS Library|
|EDA 889||35607||Internship in Educational Administration and Supervision
|Solvay Middle School|
|RED 629||35171||Early Literacy Intervention and Coaching
($50 course fee; Literacy Education students only)
|Bong Gee Jang||Tues/Thurs
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: