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Need a book from the the Library's collection, but can't get to campus? Just request the item online via Bulldog Delivery and we'll deliver it to your home campus at no charge! 

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FALL 2020

  Library Hours Reference Desk
Sunday 3:00p- 9:00p 6:00p- 9:00p
Mon-Thu 7:30a- 9:00p 10a-1p; 2p-5p
Friday 7:30a-5:00p On Call
Saturday closed Not Staffed

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Schedule a Research Consultation

Hi Doctoral Students!

Mrs. Kory Paulus and Ms. Jessica Swaringen can meet with you virtually or on the phone to assist you with research if you are not able to come to the Wingate Campus. Please send an email immediately after booking the appointment with your preferred method of communication.

Thank you!

EL7127 Course Description

Education Law, Policy, and Ethics

This course develops a framework for analysis and decision making in education policy; analyzes selected issues; examines educational research methodologies; and provides a comprehensive review of legal structures governing the administration of public schools.

EL7134 Course Description

Educational Leadership:

This course reviews the implications of contemporary adminitration and organizational models of education policies and practices; advanced analysis and synthesis of the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of ethical leaders who promote the success of all students by creating cultures of educational excellence and responding to diverse learners.