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Graduate Low maintenance Personnel 2000-2010 Introduction Scholarly Approaches Amanda Thomas, Ph.D. Partner VP for Graduate Studies Teacher of Brain science Welcome! Mission of Loyola College Alumni Programs Jesuit/Catholic Scholastic Fabulousness
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Graduate Part Time Faculty 2000-2010 Orientation Academic Policies Amanda Thomas, Ph.D. Partner Vice President for Graduate Studies Professor of Psychology

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Mission of Loyola College Graduate Programs Jesuit/Catholic Academic Excellence Inspires authority and administration to the callings and the world

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Graduate Programs Educational Objective Master Knowledge and Skills, techniques, and learning of control Synthesize information utilizing interdisciplinary methodologies Acquire instruments of and move deep rooted learning

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Graduate Programs Educational Objective Think Critically Access, break down, and assess data successfully Disseminate and convey data viably

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Graduate Programs Educational Objective Manifest Leadership and Social Responsibility Understand and esteem singular contrasts and assorted qualities Ethics Contribute professionally and by and by to group Consider issues of equity in deciding

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Graduate Programs Loyola College in Maryland

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College of Arts and Sciences James J. Buckley, Dean

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College of Arts and Sciences Computer Science Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Software Engineering

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College of Arts and Sciences Liberal Studies Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

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College of Arts and Sciences Pastoral Counseling Master of Science in Pastoral Counseling Master of Arts in Spiritual and Pastoral Care Certificate in Spirituality and Trauma-NEW Certificate of Advanced Study in Pastoral Counseling Master’s Plus Program (courses toward expert licensure) Doctor of Philosophy in Pastoral Counseling

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College of Arts and Sciences Psychology Master of Science in Clinical or Counseling Psychology Certificate of Advanced Study Master’s Plus Program (courses toward expert licensure) Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology

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College of Arts and Sciences Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology Foundations Program

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Sellinger School of Business and Management Karyl B. Leggio, Dean

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Joseph A. Sellinger S.J. Institute of Business and Management Professional MBA (low maintenance night program) Executive MBA Program (Friday/Saturday concentrated companion program) Fellows MBA Program (Saturday escalated associate system) Master of Science in Finance (low maintenance night program) Master’s Plus Program (courses to acquire a second specialization, widen/redesign abilities, position for the following vocation move) Emerging Leader’s MBA-BEGINNING FALL 2010 (Full Time, promptly after – 2 years post undergrad)

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School of Education Peter C. Murrell, Jr., Dean

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Upcoming School of Education Master of Education in: Educational Leadership Curriculum and Instruction Educational Technology Kodaly Music Education Literacy Teacher Reading Specialist School Counseling Special Education Montessori

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Upcoming School of Education Master of Arts in: Educational Leadership Curriculum and Instruction Educational Technology School Counseling Montessori

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Upcoming School of Education Master of Arts in Teaching in: Elementary Education Secondary Education – English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Spanish Certificate of Advanced Study in: School Management Education Certification in Administration and Supervision (Principals)

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Policy Information Graduate Catalog Academic Program Handbook Academic Program/Department Website Academic Affairs Website Affiliate Faculty Website ASK Chair/Program Director

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Syllabus Similar to Contract Template accessible Sellinger and Education have their own particular formats College of Arts and Sciences: check with your system/office for layout Ask Chair or Program Director for tests

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Syllabus Requirements Instructor contact data, available time Required writings, saved materials, and so forth. Assignments, due dates Detailed framework of class gatherings Grading strategies, including rate to last grade Attendance Policy Disabilities Statement Academic Integrity with particular punishments Learning objectives, results, as needed by system

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Data Collection Requirements for the School of Education Many Graduate Courses have information necessities for NCATE accreditation; check with the seat to figure out what is required Typical needs: scored rubrics and work tests

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Issues to Consider Religious Holidays (see scholastic undertakings site) and other social issues Undergraduate Honor Code/Graduate Academic Integrity Policy

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First Day Consider going over syllabus Consider all the information on early introductions

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Academic Integrity No Cheating, Stealing, Lying, Forgery, or Plagiarism Consider investing energy in class examining reference Academic Sanctions for infringement up to educator Be clear in syllabus Check on division strategy Keep seat educated Appeal procedure in inventory

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Grades A Excellent (counting - ) B Good (counting + and - ) C Unsatisfactory (counting +, No - ) No evaluations of D F Failure (no + or - ) (round out Failure Report) I Incomplete (round out Incomplete Report including reason and lapse date, as talked about with understudy)

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Good Academic Standing Maintain a base 3.00 QPA ( B-is underneath this) QPA beneath 3.00, understudy on post trial supervision 2 evaluations of C+ or lower - rejection (CAS) 3 evaluations of C+ of lower - release (Sellinger) No evaluations of F Students can bid release Consider advising withdrawal from course before understudy gains beneath a B-

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Standards of Conduct Official College Policies (Library, Technology, Harassment, and so on.) Legal Regulations Specialized Professional Codes Generally Acceptable Standards of Conduct Contact Chair/Program Director with ANY Concerns

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College Policies: Records Class Rosters, Roster Verification Forms, Incomplete & Failure Reports are accessible on WebAdvisor Students going to class who are not on the list: Tell understudy to call Records and confirm enrollment. The understudy ought not go to more than the top of the line meeting unless enlisted. Evaluations are entered and presented by workforce through WebAdvisor, including deficient termination dates. See Records Website, Faculty Services, for WebAdvisor directions or call 410.617.2263. Turn your evaluations in on time (72 hours after papers, exams, activities are expected) or you will be reached by your Chair.

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Student Evaluations of Teaching At assessment time, make certain to take after school arrangement and leave the room. Understudy must turn in the structures to the proper box, not you. When you get your scores, please impart to your seat.

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Laws Concerning Students According to FERPA: Cannot examine individual/scholastic data around an understudy with an outsider (folks, life partners, and so on.) without the student’s composed assent. Records Office is in charge of composing letters confirming a student’s enlistment. Structures are accessible to understudies on Webadvisor; they may contact Records at 410-617-2263 on the off chance that they have questions.

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Questions? For me? Graduate Catalog Chair/Program Director Handbook Academic Affairs Website Graduate Student Website .:t

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