Academic Catalog

Educational Foundations - Higher Education (5190)

5190:515. Administration in Higher Education. (3 Credits)

In-depth study of administrative roles, functions, knowledge and skills requirements, and administrative behavior. Trends in administrative theory and application will also be explored. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:521. Law & Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Legal aspects of higher education, sources of law and authority presented; impact on, interaction with, and implications of the administration of higher education will be discussed. Delivered in face-to-face, web-enhanced format, and fully online format.

5190:525. Topical Seminar: Higher Education. (3 Credits)

(May be repeated.) Topical study in a variety of areas related to public and/or private higher education institutions, organizations. Maximum of six credits applied to degree. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:526. Student Services & Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Examination of issues related to the delivery and evaluation of student services in higher education. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:527. American College Student. (3 Credits)

Introduction to the sociopsychological literature concerning the impact of college on students and student development theory. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:530. Higher Education Curriculum & Program Planning. (3 Credits)

Study of curriculum planning at the college and university level, factors influencing curriculum design, theories and practices of curricular change and innovation are also explored. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:590. Workshop: Higher Education Administration. (3-6 Credits)

(May be repeated for a total of six credits.) Emphasizing the development and demonstration of leader behavior appropriate to the college or university setting.

5190:600. Advanced Administrative Colloquium in Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Examination of higher education administration perspectives and issues, including those that pose particular concern to students. Capstone experience for students poised for program completion. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:601. Internship in Higher Education. (1-3 Credits)

(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisite: permission; corequisite: 602. Opportunity for administrative work experience in a higher education setting. Delivered in face-to-face, web-enhanced format, or fully online format.

5190:602. Internship in Higher Education Seminar. (1 Credit)

(May be repeated for a total of three credits) Prerequisite: permission; corequisite: 601. To be taken in conjunction with internship for synthesis of problems encountered in internship experience and to provide the opportunity to share ideas and experiences from various areas of higher education internship placement. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:610. Diversity Issues in Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Examination of psychosocial literature and theories related to diverse groups and issues within higher education. Theoretical application and perspectives to administrative practice emphasized.

5190:615. Historical Foundations of American Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Overview of the historical foundations, academic history, and educational traditions emerging from its European roots into American higher education to inform contemporary practice.

5190:620. Finance & Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Facilitates student's understanding of how American Higher Education is financed, identifies various methodologies used, and political and economic impacts and processes involved. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:626. Policy, Assessment, and Accountability in Higher Education. (3 Credits)

Familiarizes student with assessment, policy-making, and accountability in higher education. Theoretical approaches explored, internal and external policy actors identified and implementation issues are examined. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:635. Instructional Strategies & Techniques for the College Instructor. (3 Credits)

Selected topics in instruction theory, techniques and strategies which are appropriate to instructional planning and development of college-level courses. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.

5190:645. Independent Study in Higher Education. (1-3 Credits)

Selected areas of independent investigation in an area of higher education as determined by the advisor and student in relation to student's academic needs and career goals. Delivered in face-to-face web enhanced format and fully online format.