Education, Health and Society (EHS)
EHS 195. Leadership in Healthy Communities. (1)
Seminar designed for EHS Leadership Scholars to promote personal growth, professional development and positive commitment to ones academic field. Focus will be placed on establishing leadership characteristics and playing a critical role in the various communities that we serve.
EHS 649. Action Research for Educators. (3)
Engages educators in action research as a way to study and improve, through informed decision-making, the dynamics of one's own practice. Culminates with a major action research project.
EHS 667. Behavior Statistics. (3)
The basic concepts of descriptive and inferential statistics are discussed. This course stresses the logical interpretation of results.
EHS 668. Behavior Statistics II. (3)
Advanced concepts of descriptive and inferential statistics are discussed. This course stresses the logical interpretation of results.
EHS 710. Interdisciplinary Doctoral Lab. (1-6; maximum 6)
This course will introduce the student to doctoral study focusing primarily on interdisciplinary and global issues that both cross and connect the domains of the school, family, health, and society. The course will be taught by a team of professors from different academic departments who are qualified to work with the doctoral students and also may include relevant field/research experiences. Topics for the doctoral labs may vary depending on the emphases of the students and the faculty facilitating the labs. Curriculum and faculty for the doctoral lab will be designated and monitored by the Educational Leadership Interdisciplinary Option Doctoral Committee in EHS.
Prerequisite: acceptance into the Educational Leadership interdisciplinary option doctoral program in EDL.