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Community Education Administration

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Program Title

Community Education Administration

Degree Designation

GC

Award Type

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Program Level

Graduate

Instruction Mode

On Campus, Online Plus - Hybrid

Program Description

The Community Education Administration graduate certificate is a 24-credit program that prepares candidates for employment in public school community education, community recreation, youth and family education, an area education agency or a regional or state agency. Coursework is competency-based to meet Minnesota State requirements for a Community Education Director license and includes topics in administrative leadership, school law and finance, school/community relations, and community education programming. This program also requires a 320-hour field experience under a licensed Minnesota Community Education Director.

College/School

College of Education and Learning Design

Status

Active

Admission Requirements

What previous degree and/or experience is required prior to admission to this program?

Bachelors Degree

Minimum undergraduate GPA for admission

2.75

Required GPA for graduation

3

Number of credits in program

24

Requirements

Program Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Analyze the organizational functions of advisory councils and their role.

Outcome

Cultivate partner relationships with the community to meet the diverse needs of stakeholders.

Outcome

Identify strategies to engage local, civic, and business resources for enhanced programs and services.

Outcome

Determine factors that affect school finance, including revenue, expenditures, accounting principles, and local, state, and federal finance calculations.

Degree Maps

Major Code

8163

Program Code

8369