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Supporting Documents

Letter from the Dean

Bachelors Requirements

Masters Requirements

Doctoral Requirements

Advanced Studies

Registration Application
(Portable Document Format)

Printable Course Catalog
(Portable Document Format)

Class Schedule

Commissioner Basic Training 

Roundtable Commissioner Conference



DCS 604 - COMMISSIONER GROWTH PROJECT PRESENTATION. 3 hours-of Doctoral Project. Presentations-Each candidate will have 12-14 minutes for their presentation.

DCS 608 - ADVANCED COMMISSIONER LIFE SAVING. Administrative commissioners are taught to give leadership to a commissioner lifesaving concept. Also guides selected districts in setting up the lifesaving team approach.

DCS 610 - PREVENTING COMMISSIONER BURNOUT. Covers types of burnout and how to prevent or correct it to maximize effective commissioner tenure. Includes valuable tips on time management and refers to several aspects of "commissioner wellness."

DCS 611- CONSIDER YOUR SPOUSE & FAMILY  Suggests ways to enhance family relations and resolve family conflicts regarding Scouting.  Discusses how commissionerís spouses can receive recognition from Scouting.

MCS  417- VENTURING BEYOND THE BASICS  Why do some crews seem to struggle?  What seems to make the difference?  Are girls in a grew a god idea?  Does your crew know how to make decisions?  A look at these and other questions that Crew Advisors are struggling with.

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