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HEA 600 Foundations of Leadership in HE (B). Provides an introduction to higher education leadership, including organizational, political and cultural dynamics across various college and system types, leadership styles and leader attributes, and leadership skills of communication, conflict resolution, and collaboration in complex organizations. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 651 Integrated & Disruptive Technologies in Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Examines the dynamic role & influence of advancements in instructional and system technology advancements, applications, e-documents, communications, distance learning, e-labs, simulation technologies, e-security/privacy, adaptive technologies, social media, and micro-credentials, etc. 3 Cr.

HEA 655 Enrollment Management & Student Supports (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently. Provides a comprehensive overview of principles and strategic processes utilized to recruit and retain students in colleges, including admissions, financial aid and scholarships, registration and records systems and processes, academic advisement, transfer students, non-traditional and special populations, systematic intervention strategies for retention, and academic assistance for diverse student populations. 3 Cr.

HEA 661 Seminar in Higher Education 1 (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Provides professional development training and learning. Experiences will emphasize small group work, relationship building, problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. Seminars required advanced preparation relative to the planned topics and will focus on relevant higher education topics not offered elsewhere in the curriculum. Students must complete each of three distinct (1,2, and 3) seminars. 1 Cr.

HEA 662 Seminar in Higher Education 2 (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Provides professional development training and learning. Experiences will emphasize small group work, relationship building, problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. Seminars require advanced preparation relative to the planned topics and will focus on relevant higher education topics not offered elsewhere in the curriculum. Students must complete each of three distinct (1,2,and3) seminars. 1 Cr.

HEA 663 Seminar in Higher Education 3 (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Provides professional development training and learning. Experiences will emphasize small group work, relationship building, problem solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. Seminars required advanced preparation relative to the planned topics and will focus on relevant higher education topics not offered elsewhere in the curriculum. Students must complete each of three distinct (1, 2,and 3) seminars. 1 Cr.

HEA 670 Organizational and Administration of Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Examines the American system of higher education: its historical basis and evolution, its purposes and characteristics, and current and future challenges presented by societal trends. Explores the impact of organizational structure on colleges and discusses the role of administration in addressing system challenges. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 671 Legal Issues in Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Studies legal issues impacting the administration of higher education including but not limited to discrimination, sexual harassment, affirmative action, discipline and dismissal procedures, tortious acts, collective bargaining contracts, academic freedom, and constitutional rights protected under the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 672 Human Resource Management in Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Provides an overview of human resource management consideration and practices in the higher education setting, including resource planning, staff recruitment, selection and diversity, professional development and evaluation, tenure and promotion, collective negotiations, and compensation. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 673 Finance in Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Analyzes the roles of government, boards of trustees, administrators, faculty and students in the financial control of colleges and universities. Includes a survey of the budget function, collective negotiations, accounting systems, budget management and construction, and long-term policy and financial planning. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 674 Student in the College Environment (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Analyzes students in higher education: their perceptions, attitudes and achievements and the impact of the college experience upon them, including special populations and programs (e.g., leadership development, living/learning communities, early college high schools, concurrent programs, affinity groups, at-risk and transition programs, veterans, adults, commuters, special talent, athletes, Greeks, international, lower SES, working students, under-represented, LGBTQ, disables, homeless, food-stressed, undocumented, etc.). 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 675 Planning Evaluation and Research (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Explores research methods used in institutions of higher education. Examines techniques of data collection and analysis of organization subsystems and environments and their use in management and planning. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 676 Assessment & Accreditation in Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Provides a comprehensive overview and fundamental skills of conducting academic and administrative area, program, and course assessments. Examination of accrediting and regulating agencies, institutional and program reviews, compliance issues, sanctions, and their influence on institutional operations, policies, and staffing. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 677 Two-Year College (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Surveys the role of he two-year college in American higher education. Places particular emphasis upon the history and function of the community college, including administration, curriculum, finance, student personnel services, students, and instruction. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 678 Diversity in Higher Education (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Explores multiple facets of cultural diversity in U.S. higher education, relative to gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, physical/mental ability, and social class. Provides students with a historical overview of diversity in higher education and the complex, interrelated sociological, economic, and political forces affecting access, attainment, and completion rates accross varying student demographics. Students will examine various institutional structures and policies, equity issues and campus climate, systems and processes, administrators, faculty, staff, students, and curriculum issues as they relate to the current status of diversity in higher education. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

HEA 880 Higher Education Administrative Internship (B). Prerequisite HEA600 can be taken concurrently: Surveys the role of the two-year college in American higher education. Places particular emphasis upon the history and function of the community college, including administration, curriculum, finance, student personnel services, students, and instruction. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

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