MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL ON TEACHER EDUCATION 11-14-00
The Council on Teacher Education met at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 14, 2000, in the Arcola/Tuscola Room.
Members present: Dr. K. Bower, Dr. Campanis, Ms. Eckroth, Dr. Edwards, Dr. L. Greathouse,
Dr. Hooser, Dr. Hussey, Dr. McNitt, Ms. Nelson, Ms. Traub, and Dr. Wolf.
Members absent: Dean Hitch, Dr. Olsen and Dr. Sylvia.
Staff present: M. Herrington-Perry and Mrs. Chancellor, Academic Affairs.
Guests present: R. Augustine, D. Bower, N. Isacson, L. Kayser, C. Rohn, and Provost Wall.
The Minutes of October 24, 2000 were approved as revised.
Dr. McNitt was present.
Dr. Augustine and Provost Wall discussed the Technology -Enhanced and -Delivered Education (TEDE).
III. Agenda item 00-07.
Ms. Traub moved and Dr. Wolf seconded the motion to add the following item to the agenda. Voting will be later.
IV. Revision in the program in Counseling & Student Development, 00-06.
Dr. Kayser presented the proposal and answered questions of the Council. The motion passed unanimously.
This action eliminates the M.S. ED in Guidance & Counseling. In combination with CGS action, it creates the College Student Affairs major (formerly a concentration in the M.S. Ed. program). The M.S. in Community Counseling will become the M.S. in Counseling, with concentration in Community Counseling & School Counseling.
Those actions take effect in Fall 2001, pending IBHE approval:
COUNSELING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Degree: Master of Science
Concentrations: Community Counseling
Richard Roberts, Ph.D., Coordinator of Graduate Studies for all Programs in Counseling and Student Development
Graduate Faculty/All Programs in Counseling and Student Development
Richard Roberts, Ph.D., Department Chairperson
Eberly, C; Fraker, F.; Kayser, L.; Leitschuh, G.; Lyles, J.; Powell, B.
Program Mission: The Department of Counseling and Student Development offers a Master's of Science with a major in Counseling. The program meets the requirements for the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Degree completion leads to certification for School Guidance workers and licensure requirements for Community Agency workers in the State of Illinois. Students interested in College Student Affairs should consult the section of the catalog titled "Counseling and Student Development: M.S. in College Student Affairs."
Admission Requirements: To be eligible for degree candidacy, applicants must meet all of the requirements for admission to the Graduate School (See "Requirements for Degree-Seeking Students"). In addition, students must:
· Complete and submit the departmental admission application;
· Submit two departmental recommendation forms from individuals familiar with applicant's academic or work performance; and
· Attend a pre-admission orientation and interview.
Study Plan Approval: The study plan shall be approved by the department and filed with the student's advisor prior to the completion of 12 semester hours of graduate credits which count toward the graduate degree.
Degree Requirements: Degree requirements include those outlined for the Master of Science Degree by the Graduate School (see "Requirements for the Master of Science Degree"). The courses for the Master of Science must total a minimum of 48 semester hours. The plan, therefore, requires that the student complete the following courses identified below:
CORE REQUIREMENTS: The following courses are required for the School Counseling or Community Counseling concentration:
CSD 5500 - Research Methods (3)
CSD 5510 - Professional Orientation (3)
CSD 5520 - Pre-Practicum (3)
CSD 5530 - Theory of Counseling (3)
CSD 5600 - Cross-Cultural Counseling (3)
CSD 5610 - Human Development for Counseling (3)
CSD 5620 - Group Counseling (3)
CSD 5630 - Practicum (3)
CSD 5900 - Appraisal (3)
CSD 5920 - Career Counseling (3)
REQUIRED COURSES FOR SCHOOL COUNSELING: In addition to the core requirements listed above, the following courses must be completed for the School Counseling concentration:
CSD 5910 - Management of School Counseling Programs (3)
CSD 5940 - Foundations of School Counseling (3)
CSD 6900 - Internship (6) *
Elective Courses: 6 semester hours of electives
REQUIRED COURSES FOR COMMUNITY COUNSELING:
In addition to the core requirements listed above, the following courses must be completed for the Community Counseling concentration:
CSD 5930 - Foundations of Community Counseling (3)
CSD 5960 - Family Counseling (3)
CSD 5970 - Counseling the Chemically Dependent (3)
CSD 5980 - Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (3)
CSD 6900 - Internship (6) *
* CSD 6900 must be taken for 3 semester hours for two consecutive semesters for a total of 6 semester hours.
All students are required to complete a final comprehensive examination or write a thesis prior to completion of the graduate degree.
Graduate Assistantships: Information on graduate assistantships may be obtained by contacting the Coordinator of Graduate Studies or Chair, Department of Counseling and Student Development, Room 2102. Buzzard Hall, EIU.
V. Revision to Education Administration Specialist, 00-01.
Dr. Rohn presented the proposal and answered questions of the Council. The motion passed unanimously.
This action approves the following to become effective Spring 2001:
EDA 6200, 6600, 6650, 6700, 6800, 6810, 6850, 6860, 6870, 6910 33 s.h.
Total (beyond M.S.) 33 s.h.
EDA 6200 Evaluating Student Achievement (4)
EDA 6600 Organizational Development in Ed. Admin. (4)
EDA 6650 The Superintendent of Schools (4)
EDA 6700 Plan & Eval of Instructional Prog (3)
EDA 6800 Current Issues in Educational Administration (4)
EDA 6810 Seminar: School Operations & the Law (2)
EDA 6850 School Plant Planning (2)
EDA 6860 School Finance (3)
EDA 6870 Collective Bargaining in Education (3)
EDA 6910 Field Experience in Administration (4)
VI. Dr. Bower distributed revised copies of the Education Scholars Program and the University Admission to Teacher Education sheet to the Council.
The meeting adjourned at 3:07 p.m. Kathy Chancellor, Recording Secretary.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF NEXT MEETING
November 28, 2000 at 2 p.m.