Graduate School Business Management
2020 Spring Term
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SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
This course is designed specifically for prospective school business managers and other school administrators who desire to become acquainted with various management concepts and techniques in school business operations and with applications that can utilize computerized systems for efficient operations.
SCHOOL BUDGETING AND FINANCIAL PLANNING
Budgeting and Financial Planning is designed for administrators and other school personnel who desire to learn the conceptual and practical aspects of budgeting and financial planning; inventory control; purchasing; capital project planning and debt service management.
ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
This survey of the foundation, organization and administration of the American public school system includes the identification and examination of major issues relative to the continual development of public education such as the financing of public education and the role of the school business manager in this development.
INTERNSHIP IN SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
The internship is a clinical experience which provides prospective school business managers with varied opportunities to learn in a school setting. The internship is normally an 18-week assignment in a local school system. Applications must be made one semester in advance of the desired internship period.
SCHOOL COMMUNITY RELATIONS IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY
This course is designed for aspiring business managers and other school administrators who desire to more effectively apply the concepts of leadership, interpersonal relations, conflict management, ethical decision-making, politics, diversity, and public relations in public education. The identification of varying student and community needs based on demographic differences is an integral part of this course. Specifically, racial, ethnic and gender differences are examined. Political factions at the school, local community and state levels are discussed with conclusions drawn about effective communication patterns. Ethical decision-making and conflict resolution in practical management situations is emphasized. This course is designed to assist future leaders of diverse learning organizations to enhance their abilities to foster positive relationships between schools and communities of all types.