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EDHE 793 Overview

This course provides an overview of organizational theories and practice as applied to institutions of higher education. Classical and current theories of organizations are introduced in the context of diverse institutions of higher education, including two- and four-year community and technical colleges, and four-year and advanced research institutions. Students will be expected to analyze their own institutions using appropriate organizational theories to understand the structural, political, human resource, and cultural dimensions. Further, students will be expected to apply such understandings to implications for leadership practice and institutional change and improvement.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • EDHE

Sections

Org Theory and Prac in Higher Ed - 2020 Summer EDHE793

Description: This course provides an overview of organizational theories and practice as applied to institutions of higher education. Classical and current theories of organizations are introduced in the context of diverse institutions of higher education, including two- and four-year community and technical colleges, and four-year and advanced research institutions. Students will be expected to analyze their own institutions using appropriate organizational theories to understand the structural, political, human resource, and cultural dimensions. Further, students will be expected to apply such understandings to implications for leadership practice and institutional change and improvement.

6/1/2020 - 8/2/2020

Face to Face

F2F format change;COVID-19

On-Line

Org Theory and Prac in Higher Ed - 2020 Summer EDHE793

Description: This course provides an overview of organizational theories and practice as applied to institutions of higher education. Classical and current theories of organizations are introduced in the context of diverse institutions of higher education, including two- and four-year community and technical colleges, and four-year and advanced research institutions. Students will be expected to analyze their own institutions using appropriate organizational theories to understand the structural, political, human resource, and cultural dimensions. Further, students will be expected to apply such understandings to implications for leadership practice and institutional change and improvement.

6/20/2020 - 6/20/2020

Face to Face

On-Line

Org Theory and Prac in Higher Ed - 2020 Summer EDHE793

Description: This course provides an overview of organizational theories and practice as applied to institutions of higher education. Classical and current theories of organizations are introduced in the context of diverse institutions of higher education, including two- and four-year community and technical colleges, and four-year and advanced research institutions. Students will be expected to analyze their own institutions using appropriate organizational theories to understand the structural, political, human resource, and cultural dimensions. Further, students will be expected to apply such understandings to implications for leadership practice and institutional change and improvement.

6/24/2020 - 6/26/2020

Face to Face

On-Line

Org Theory and Prac in Higher Ed - 2020 Summer EDHE793

Description: This course provides an overview of organizational theories and practice as applied to institutions of higher education. Classical and current theories of organizations are introduced in the context of diverse institutions of higher education, including two- and four-year community and technical colleges, and four-year and advanced research institutions. Students will be expected to analyze their own institutions using appropriate organizational theories to understand the structural, political, human resource, and cultural dimensions. Further, students will be expected to apply such understandings to implications for leadership practice and institutional change and improvement.

6/29/2020 - 6/29/2020

Face to Face

On-Line