College of Commissioner Science - Utah County (Spanish Fork) 2018
College of Commissioner Science - Utah County (Spanish Fork) 2018


College of Commissioner Science - Utah County (Spanish Fork) 2018
Date/Time
Registration Begins
8/1/2018
Last Day To Register
10/12/2018
Location
353 E 400 N
Spanish Fork, UT 84660-5637, US
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College of Commissioner Science - Spanish Fork

Saturday, October 13, 2018

353 E 400 N, Spanish Fork, UT 84660

(New location this year, just a few blocks south of the old location) 

What is Commissioner College? Commissioner College is one of the best ways for sponsors of Scouting to receive initial and advance training and share experiences in their roles as commissioners (i.e. those who oversee, guide, and train adult volunteers in Scout unit programs).  It’s modeled after a traditional college, with course requirements leading to Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degrees in Commissioner Science.  The faculty is selected from among the most capable, experienced commissioners from our communities and Church youth leaders.

Who should attend? All current and future commissioners, including:

  • Unit Commissioners
  • District Commissioners & Assistant District Commissioners
  • Roundtable Commissioners & Assistant Roundtable Commissioners
  • LDS Stake High Councilors and Stake Counselors with responsibilities for youth and Scouting
  • LDS Stake YM presidencies & Stake Primary presidencies
  • Other Commissioners and Interested Scouters

Fall 2018 Course Offerings:

FYI - The National BSA recently introduced some *brand new class offerings, revised/updated some old courses and others have been discontinued.

For your information and reference the courses are numbered as follows:

Bachelors Courses                      101—199  National courses                     201—299  Local council courses

Masters Courses                          301—399  National courses                     401—499  Local council courses

Doctorate Courses                       501—599  National courses                     601—699  Local council courses

Continuing Education                    701—799  National courses                   801—899  Local council courses

*Unit Commissioner Basic Training is usually offered but does not give college credit.  It is a requirement for a bachelor degree. It is also available on my.scouting

**Roundtable Commissioner Basic Training is occasionally offered at a college but is always available on my.scouting

Cancellation Policy: Please notify us at least 2 days in advance if you cannot attend.

 

Walk-in Registrations are welcome, however, the lunch option will not be available then and we will need $10 cash to register.


Degree Requirements:

Bachelor's Diploma:  You must have completed Commissioner Basic Training (for your current position) and at least 7 courses (with at least 5 at the BCS level)

Master's Diploma: You must have earned the Bachelor's Diploma or the Commissioner's Key, the Arrowhead Honor Award, and completed at least 14 courses (with at least 5 at the MCS level)

Doctor's Diploma: You must have earned the Master's Diploma and the Commissioner's Key, completed an approved Thesis or Project, served on staff or faculty for a Commissioner College and completed at least 24 courses (with at least 5 at the DCS level, or CED level with prior approval)

Contact E-mail
Cost
$5.00 per Lunch Only No Registration or College Credit
$15.00 per Participant/Staff with Lunch
$10.00 per Participant/Staff without Lunch
Cancellation Policy
Please notify us at least 2 days in advance if you cannot attend.