SAU’s M. Ed. in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) is intended for: individuals seeking or occupying an advance in administrative or management positions in a variety of educational settings; faculty and other educators who seek to improve their adult teaching skills; other individuals who work with adults in a variety businesses or social services… Read More
The plan of study for candidates who seek licensure at the building level who already hold a master’s degree in an appropriate area and meet the requirements for admission to the program in Education Administration and Supervision are as follows: Educational Administration and Supervision Courses ( 21 Credit Hours) EDUC 6403 School Law EDAS 6193… Read More
The mission of programs in Educational Administration and Supervision is to prepare candidates for leadership positions at the local school district, regional, state and national levels. The program has received the highest accreditation rating by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and leads to licensure for principals, central office administrators and superintendents…. Read More
Accounting, Finance and Economics / Rankin College of Business
The Online Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in Management is a 2+2 program designed to allow individuals the convenience of completing a four-year degree wherever they live or work. The ideal candidates for this program: have earned an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) with an emphasis in business, OR… Read More
The minor in physics provides supporting coursework for students majoring in biology, chemistry, and engineering disciplines. A minor in physics would enhance individuals interested in teaching physics in a secondary school.
This minor familiarizes students with the history, thoughts, politics, literature, geography, socialization, economics, and culture of Asia. This knowledge will be helpful for those seeking graduate study or those who may work in Asia.
Individuals who plan to continue their education at a seminary or other graduate program in philosophical or religious studies in order to find employment in this area, as well as individuals seeking a better understanding of these subjects, will find this minor useful. Up to 6 hours of Biblical or Religious Studies courses may be… Read More
The Writing Minor is designed to enable students to write effectively in a broad range of contexts. The required course work includes classes in research and writing, professional writing, and creative writing. The ability to communicate clearly in writing has become one of the most marketable skills a student can possess, so this minor is… Read More
This minor provides training and background in issues needed to teach the English language to students from other cultures. The Minor in TESOL (the teaching of English as a second language) provides a marketable skill in an increasingly global and multi-cultural context, both inside and outside of the United States. This minor would be an… Read More
The Minor in French requires 12 hours of French above the level of French 2043 (Intermediate French II). Since French continues to be spoken in so many parts of the world, including Europe, much of Africa and the Middle East, parts of Canada and Louisiana, and islands all around the world, this minor is a… Read More
Minor in Sociology – 18 hours SOC 2003 Introduction to Sociology SOC 3013 Social Problems 12 hours of sociology electives (No more than 6 hours may be taken from anthropology courses, and a minimum of 9 elective hours must be at the junior/senior level.
To obtain a bachelor of science in education degree with a major in Physical Education and Health, candidates must earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 in his/her major and supporting field (if any), and complete the pattern of courses listed below. Licensure areas include K-8 and 7-12. Admissions Policies and Procedures To… Read More