This course will explore the role of digital media, including social media, in higher education administration.
This course will examine national, state and local economic factors and their impact upon budgeting and financial management work of higher education administrators/leaders.
Analysis of current issues affecting higher education.
Designed to assess and improve the student's level of competency in program development skills, instructional strategies, systems analysis, and change innovation.
Designed to assess and improve the student's knowledge of decision making styles, problem-solving processes, leadership skills, implementation of organizational change, and physical environments which promote productivity, all in the context of higher education.
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth exploration of organizational theories and models and organizational approaches in higher education. Topics covered include administrative structure and leadership, accountability and change.
This course is designed to provide students with an overview of finance in higher education. The overview will include the financial benefits of higher education, access and affordability issues, state and federal funding, price-setting, tuition discounting, merit aid, sources of revenue and expenditures, cost-cutting measures, budgeting and college athletics.
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth exploration of leadership theories and models. Students will create a personal knowledge base from which to create a plan to develop or revise a leadership perspective.
This course offers an in-depth analysis of current issues in and challenges to higher education.
Students will examine the role of University leaders, at Universities and diverse student populations, and study strategies and organizational models relative to the solution of problems associated with the implementation of organizational diversity plans.
An examination of ethical and legal issues present in higher education.