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ERIC Number: ED363238
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Oct
Pages: 142
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Graduate Programs in the Study of Higher Education: Selected Syllabi.
Miller, Michael T., Ed.; Nelson, Glenn M., Ed.
The 13 syllabi for the study of higher education contained in this compilation were selected for their comprehensive nature and their bibliographic appendices. The syllabi were chosen from among those solicited in an exploratory study in which requests were sent to 467 faculty members in institutions around the country and from whom 55 syllabi were obtained. The selected syllabi and their creators are: (1) "History of American Higher Education" (Don Williams at the University of Washington); (2) "Introduction to Student Affairs" (George D. Kuh at Indiana University); (3) "Higher Education Administration" (George D. Kuh at Indiana University); (4) "Issues of Race and Racism in Education in Society" (Bruce A. Jones at the University of Pittsburgh); (5) "Comparative Higher Education" (Philip G. Altbach at State University of New York at Buffalo); (6) "Principles of College Teaching" (Michael F. Welsh and Betsy Barefoot at University of South Carolina)" (7) "College Teaching" (Julie Hughes at University of Missouri); (8) Curriculum Development" (Julie Hughes at University of Missouri); (9) "The American Professoriate" (Jay Cronister at University of Virginia); (10) "The Community College" (John Terry and Don Williams at University of Washington); (11) "Legal Aspects of Higher Education" (Eugene A. Lincoln and James E. Mauch, University of Pittsburgh); (12) "Finance and Business Affairs Higher Education" (Alan T. Seagren and Michael T. Miller, University of Nebraska); and (13) "Higher Education Planning" (Frank A. Schmidtlein, University of Maryland). (JB)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Directories/Catalogs; Guides - Non-Classroom
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Nebraska Univ., Lincoln. Dept. of Educational Administration.