Education Policy Committee


The following motion was recommended to the Dean on March 15, 2000 by the full EPC and formally approved by the Dean on March 24, 2000.

This memo is intended to provide a general overview of the proposed PSAP/MESPA to be offered by the Educational Administration department. This is a modification of the present PSAP program and should have no program or financial effect on any other department in the Lynch School of Education. The program will continue to be a 54-hour doctoral program and will follow the courses presently offered in the PSAP program.

This program is for practicing school administrators who want to obtain an Ed.D. in Educational Administration from Boston College. Participants will be school administrators who have demonstrated leadership ability and who are interested in using their place of work as a laboratory for engaging in second order change. What distinguishes this program from the present PSAP program is the following: