The primary areas of content will focus on communication, planning, organizing and facilitating, problem solving, decision making and conflict management. Secondary emphasis will be placed on content covered in leadership courses leading to the practicum experience. Students will engage in major field projects and experiences associated with the primary and secondary areas of content under the supervision of a mentor administrator and a university supervisor. Seminars are an integral part of the field experiences and will place emphasis on application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluative levels of learning. Student must complete EA District Level Leadership Non-Degree program and secure advisor or department chair approval prior to August start date.