Dawn Martin
Adjunct Faculty - Management, Management Program
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Rebecca Duncan
Adjunct Faculty - D/L, Lincoln Undergraduate Program
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Thirty-three hours of course work leads to an endorsement as a K -12 reading specialist.  This endorsement requires a regular teaching certificate and two years of teaching prior to beginning work on the endorsement.

For additional information visit:  Reading Specialist Endorsement page

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This endorsement requires 15 graduate credit hours of coursework in English as a Second Language. The courses meet the requirements for Nebraska ESL certification. Students must take the following coursework.

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The Educational Leadership program prepares candidates for positions as school assistant principals and principals in Nebraska. Our innovative program began in the summer of 1996, and was developed collaboratively with practicing school administrators in Nebraska as well as uses recommendations from the National Policy Board for Educational Administration.

Master of Education Program in Nebraska

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A Master of Arts in Management degree can help you manage and lead in any industry. It can open doors to graduate-level positions. It can also help with life outside the office.

Our premier program in Nebraska places organizational leadership in a liberal arts context. As a graduate you will:  

A human relations major is designed for students seeking careers in human service professions. It combines studies in the fields of psychology, human relations, communication and research, with emphasis placed on understanding of individual, group and organizational behaviors. 

Course work focuses on human development, personality theory, interpersonal and group communication, multiculturalism, professional ethics and development of counseling skills. A human relations major also prepares you for an advanced degree in counseling.

An organizational communication major focuses on the impact of effective communication in business and not-for-profit organizations. This major integrates course work in the fields of communication, business, psychology, sociology, writing and research. You will develop skills demanded in today's workplace and learn the importance of communication in the growth of an organization.

The professional studies in business major develops future leaders by focusing on:

  • Ethics
  • Communication
  • Problem solving
  • Decision-making
  • Leadership
  • Risk-taking
  • Change
     

A professional degree can help further your knowledge and education in order to move up in the business world you are currently employed in.

As the quest for business productivity continues, organizations must be fully committed to strategic planning and management, quality customer service, and the best in personnel practices. 

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