Ismael Ramirez-Soto

Associate Professor / Chairperson

Educational Leadership

508-910-9029

508-910-9043

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UMass School of Law LL6


Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Application of cumulative understanding and skills designed in the proposal. The seminar will help students to make a realistic transition from coursework to dissertation. They will master all the literature review mechanisms as well as methodological perspectives appropriate to the proposal's conceptual framework.

Continuation of research and writing of the dissertation. The dissertation must be an original and crucial contribution to the field of educational leadership and policy studies. Such intellectual exegesis is completed under the supervision of the dissertation committee chair/advisor and members. After approval of the dissertation by the committee, the student will proceed to the defense.

Continuation of research and writing of the dissertation. The dissertation must be an original and crucial contribution to the field of educational leadership and policy studies. Such intellectual exegesis is completed under the supervision of the dissertation committee chair/advisor and members. After approval of the dissertation by the committee, the student will proceed to the defense.

Continuation of research and writing of the dissertation. The dissertation must be an original and crucial contribution to the field of educational leadership and policy studies. Such intellectual exegesis is completed under the supervision of the dissertation committee chair/advisor and members. After approval of the dissertation by the committee, the student will proceed to the defense.

A survey of the policy studies discipline, including key concepts and the various process models used to analyze public policy. The course also examines the major sub-fields and cognate fields in public policy such as policy analysis and program evaluation. The course will feature guest lectures by several policy studies faculty, who will present overviews of their academic research and consulting interests.

A survey of the policy studies discipline, including key concepts and the various process models used to analyze public policy. The course also examines the major sub-fields and cognate fields in public policy such as policy analysis and program evaluation. The course will feature guest lectures by several policy studies faculty, who will present overviews of their academic research and consulting interests.

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