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Critical Systems in Higher Education
3
Credits
Graduate
Level

Higher education is a vital societal component in American and global societies and must be accessible to citizens. This course examines current and historical perspectives of the critical systems in higher education to fund manage risk and adhere to lawful practices and lead. All of these systems affect students in areas of accessibility value customer service and the higher education experience. Included is an exploration of how price cost and value shape what is provided by and who attends college as well as reviewing current practices and events that continue to shape higher education.

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