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Administration of adult and higher education

The University of Oklahoma via Janux

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This course focuses on the organization and administration of adult and higher education from legislative, legal, structural-functional, power, political, bureaucratic, and social perspectives. Topics covered include: governance, central office organization, administrative position analysis, faculty organization, faculty participation in policy formation and decision making, academic freedom, goals analysis, budgetary policies and methods, and decision strategies in handling a representative set of administrative problems presented in a variety of formats.

Taught by

Stephanie Blackmon, PhD


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  • Rashid Ali
    being a teacher of higher secondary class, and an amateur lecturer of degree classes i think education at adult level quite different from the one at lower grades. it's evident that early education is a foundation to the one were are going to get, so to say higher education or degree level, even then an adult teaching class room is entirely challenge for the teacher in reference to administration. if it is so, this course will be a vital leaf of my wings to fly smoothly in this arena.

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