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    BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Entrepreneurship BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing BS in Business Administration with a concentration in General Business BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Management BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems BS in Management Information Systems Business Advisory Board A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Contact Us A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Dean s Message Departments A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Faculty Staff Faculty Staff Bios A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Graduate Programs A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Home Page History A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Mission A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z News Events A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Outreach Centers Office Hours A B C

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  • About the School
    SOE proudly prepares transformational educators and leaders through licensure only options and degrees at the bachelor s master s and doctoral levels for the southeastern region of the state nation and the global community 2014 2015 Strategic Priorities Goals Priority 1 Ensure Academic Quality To prepare candidates as teachers leaders or other school professionals for licensure and program completion resulting in high quality professionals who promote academic growth for a diverse and global student population the process is monitored through an assessment system that ensures all program completers meet program learning outcomes at an acceptable or proficient level Goals a Improve Assessment of Undergraduate learning b Improve Assessment of Graduate learning c Improve Score on the Graduating Senior Survey d Improve Maintain Average Admissions and Completion GPAs e Monitor Completers on Job Readiness through Annual Survey f Monitor Employers on Graduate Readiness through Annual Survey g Monitor Employment Rate over the past three years Priority 2 Increase Degree Attainment To provide leadership and resources including personnel and facilities resulting in increased enrollment and persistence rate retention and graduation across all programs Goals a Increase Enrollment of First Time Freshman b Increase Enrollment of Transfer Students c Increase Enrollment of Graduate Student d Increase Persistence Rate for First time Freshman e Increase Persistence Rate for First Time Transfer Students f Increase Persistence Rate for Graduate Students g Maintain Strong Persistence Rate for SOE h Increase Program Completion Numbers Priority 3 Increase Educational Support Services To deliver instruction and provide academic support including intensive advisement tutoring research guidance and supervision and effective field experiences and clinical practice necessary to enable teacher candidates educational leaders and other school professionals to develop and demonstrate the knowledge skills and professional dispositions necessary to enhance student learning and success Goals a Improve Quality of Teacher Education

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  • Academics
    Birth Through Kindergarten Teaching BS in Birth Through Kindergarten Non Teaching Licensure Only Programs Class A Level Department of Middle Grades Secondary and Specialized Subjects BS in Health Physical Education K 12 BS in Middle Grades Education 6 9 BS in Secondary Education 9 12 see specific disciplines below Licensure Only Programs Class A Level Health and Physical Education Middle Grades Education 6 9 Secondary Education 9 12 Special Education K 12 General Curriculum Graduate Department of Educational Leadership Master of School Administration Doctorate of Education Department of Elementary Education Master of Education M Ed Elementary Education K 6 Reading Education K 12 Department of Middle Grades Secondary and Specialized Subjects Master of Education M Ed Middle Grades Education 6 9 Special Education K 12 Secondary Education 9 12 Master of Arts in Teaching M A T Middle Grades Education 6 9 Special Education General Curriculum K 12 Secondary Education 9 12 Class A Level Licensure Middle Grades 6 9 Special Education General Curriculum K 12 Secondary Education 9 12 For Your Information Academic Catalogs Additional information about Admissions Student Loans Financial Aid Tuition Fees etc is available on the Prospective Student s page For information about Graduate Admissions tests

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  • Academic Departments
    the education professional as a facilitator of learning through the development of cognitive psychomotor and affective learning patterns G L Butler Building home of the School of Education Academic Departments Assisting in executing the mission of the School of Education are three academic departments and three support units Departments Educational Leadership Elementary Education Middle Grades Secondary Specialized Subjects Support Units Office of Teacher Education Office of School Services Early Childhood

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  • Accreditation
    programs that have rigor and relevance Our School has met rigorous professional standards for the preparation of teachers and other school specialists and has been nationally accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education since 1954 Accreditation The SOE at FSU will participate in a NCATE Legacy Visit on April 12 14 2015 Accreditation NCATE NCDPI 2007 Continuing Accreditation Resource Manual for Faculty and Staff August 2005 This manual will familiarize faculty with the accreditation process and provide resources which will be important to the spring 2007 continuing accreditation visit Both the NCATE standards and the NC Program Approval Standards are included in the manual SOE Conceptual Frame Work Model SOE NCATE Standard Committees 2014 NCATE Report FSU s NCATE Institutional Report April 2007 PDF Reources NCATE Forms Previous NCATE Report NCATE NCDPI 2002 Institutional Report The accreditation process is an integral part of our self renewal to continue providing quality programs that have rigor and relevance Accreditation is also a team effort and must have the involvement of the entire university community Whether you are a novice to the accreditation process or whether you have participated in accreditations before the information contained in this manual should serve

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  • Admission - School of Education
    major status for two consecutive semesters The student must then declare a major if eligible or request an additional semester in the pre education major status or change his her major Moving from a pre education major status to major status requires completion of the online Declaration of Major form to request admission to the teacher education program Admission as a pre major and major do not guarantee admission to teacher education Academic Progress within the Major An education major who fails to maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2 5 will be placed on Academic Probation and will be permitted to enroll in a maximum of 14 credits for the subsequent semester Students on probation will be required to complete an Academic Success Plan with their advisors If an education major s GPA is below 2 5 for two consecutive semesters the student will be placed on academic suspension and will not be permitted to enroll in any education courses without successfully appealing academic suspension through the academic department to the Teacher Education Admission Appeals Committee TEAAC If appeal is denied the student will be advised into a non education major Academic Suspension does not apply to summer sessions Students placed on academic suspension after spring semester may enroll in summer courses and are encouraged to do so Admission to the Teacher Education Program Admission to teacher education is a procedural step for students interested in teacher education programs After successfully completing the requirements listed below a student is eligible to apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program An Application for Admission to the Teacher Education Program form must be filed with the department head by the second semester of the sophomore year The criteria for admission are as follows Completion of the University College Core Curriculum and EDUC 211 A completed Voluntary Disclosure Form is required by each student after registering in EDUC 211 SPED 480 and prior to beginning the field experience requirement in EDUC 211 SPED 480 A GPA of 2 5 or higher Acceptable scores on the Reading Writing and Mathematics Tests of the PRAXIS Core exam All PRAXIS scores must be current with state mandated score requirements for admission and licensure purposes Specific ACT or SAT scores are also considered Verification by the university physician of the applicant s health status and level of physical fitness Verification by the Director of Residence Life of the applicant s acceptable deportment Personal fitness and the interest suitable to the profession of teaching verified by the Center for Personal Development Criminal background check Satisfactory completion of an Admission to Teacher Education interview with the faculty in the major program of study Completed Application for Admission to Teacher Education Form Program of Study CAPP Final acceptance for admission to the Teacher Education Program by the Teacher Education Committee based upon documented recommendations from the major area concerned Note Formal admission to Teacher Education is required prior to enrollment in methods courses and student teaching A Criminal

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  • Administrative Staff
    BU232 672 1265 MOLION uncfsu edu Ms Maxine McFayden Administrative Secretary BU232 672 1265 mmcfayden uncfsu edu Dr Noran Moffett Associate Dean BU232 672 1261 nlmoffett01 uncfsu edu Mrs Dorothy Cannon Brown Administrative Support Associate BU232 672 1265 drushing uncfsu edu Mr Lester McGuire Instructional Technology Specialist BU316 672 1799 lmcguire uncfsu edu Mrs Christy Thomas James Coordinator of the PDS Partnership BU232 672 1264 cthoma30 uncfsu edu Mrs Jenny Washington Director of Teacher Education BU246 672 1266 jwashington uncfsu edu Ms Kathleen Marsh Administrative Support Associate BU243 672 1266 kmarsh2 uncfsu edu Mr Jesse Baker Director Data and Assessment BU349 672 1421 jlbaker uncfsu edu Dr Shari Herring Director Teacher Education Recruitment Advisement BU242 672 1607 sherring1 uncfsu edu Mrs Beverley Lammie Academic Advisor BU242 672 2047 blammie uncfsu edu Ms Zoraida Younger Recruitment Advisement Assistant BU242 672 1263 zyounger uncfsu edu Ms LaMikka Bell Advisement Assistant BU242 672 1096 lbell9 uncfsu edu Departments Name Title Office Phone 910 E mail Dr Linda Wilson Jones Chair Educational Leadership BU 340 672 1731 lwilson jones uncfsu edu Dr Kimberly Smith Burton Chair Middle Grades Secondary Specialized Subjects BU 241 672 1673 ksmith uncfsu edu Dr Priscilla Manarino Leggett Chair Elementary

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  • SOE Assessment
    Education Office of Assessment The Office of Assessment supports the School of Education s assessment system and is actively involved in the methodical collection of unit program and candidate data The assessment process makes the performance criteria for teacher candidates and school executives explicit and public sets appropriate guidelines for quality assurance within programs and the overall unit supports how the unit and programs systematically gather analyze and interpret student evidence in relationship to institutional professional and state standards and engages key stakeholders in using data to inform continuous improvement efforts The Office of Assessment also prepares candidates and faculty in the use of the e portfolio system Taskstream Ultimately the information collected as a part of the assessment system serves as a basis for curricular reform program development fiscal management and strategic planning School of Education Assessment Plan Contact Us Jesse L Baker Director of Data and Assessment Butler Building Room 349 910 672 1421 jlbaker01 uncfsu edu Assessment Links SOE Data Tables Title II Reports Taskstream Documents for Students Taskstream Help for Faculty Employer Survey Graduate and Completer Surveys Student Surveys TE SAP Evaluation Reports PEDS Data State Reports Institution of Higher Education Reports Copyright Fayetteville State University

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