Courses for the six required Curriculum Strands are distributed over a twelve month period, and serve as the integration and synthesis of on-site courses and supplemental reading and assignments. Our goal is to create transformative school leaders who will change the face of education. Courses are taught by both national and local faculty which raises the level of content and teaching. Marian University Academy scholars are prepared to create high quality schools where they are needed most. The Mentor Program begins at the conclusion of the coursework, and with the candidates beginning their school leader position.
| Term ||Course Description |
| Fall I || TLL 610 Systems Thinking (2 credit hours) |
| || TLL 615 Authentic Leadership (2 credit hours) |
| || TLL 675 Leadership for Student Learning (2 credit hours) |
| Spring I ||TLL 620 Culture of High Performing Schools (3 credit hours) |
| ||TLL 627 School Law and Management (3 credit hours) |
| ||TLL 652 Teacher Performance and Student Learning (3 credit hours) |
|Summer I ||TLL 620 STEM: Curriculum Development (2 credit hours) |
| ||TLL 625 Literacy: Curriculum Development (2 credit hours) |
| ||TLL 642 Statistics for Program Development (2 credit hours) |
| Fall II and Spring II ||TLL 692 Mentor Program (3 credit hours each semester) |
| Fall III and Spring III ||TLL 694 Mentor Program (3 credit hours each semester) |
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