Academics

Student Life Skills

GUIDELINES
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION

Credentialing Parameters for Particular Disciplines

All degrees and course work must be obtained from regionally accredited colleges or universities.

DISCIPLINE AREA Student Life Skills

Course Prefix UT UN D Minimum Requirements

SLS 1106,  1501, 1949, 2949, 2930

X      Faculty teaching Student Life Skills curriculum must hold a master's degree. Design and content is based on the development of academic skills needed to be a successful college student including learning strategies, library research, text comprehension, note taking, test preparation, etc. Those who have successfully completed graduate courses can model and teach these skills to undergraduate students.  In addition, SLS teaching assignments require completion of an on-campus faculty training program which addresses career options, educational planning and student assessment.

 SLS 1300, 1301

    18 graduate semester hours in counseling, education, psychology, educational leadership, vocational education, personnel, human resource management, industrial/organizational psychology or adult educaiton + master's degree
or
a master's degree with a major in counseling, education, psychology, educational leadership, vocational education, personnel, human resource management, industrial/organizational psychology or adult education.

 SLS 1350

 

X   a baccalaureate degree in guidance and counseling education, human resource management or industrial/psychology
or
an associate degree and demonstrated competencies in the teaching discipline.

 SLS 2263

 X

    master's degree and experience in leadership positions within an academic setting.
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