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Economics of Higher Education

Designed to provide participants with a better understanding of a sustainable new business model to address the challenges at their home institutions. The program will provide each academic administrator with a revitalized perspective as they prepare for the upcoming financial planning cycle.

This program is specifically tailored for chief academic officers, presidents, provosts, and trustees of both public and private colleges and universities.

 

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A multitude of internal and external financial struggles are rapidly impacting how institutions maintain the quality of their academic programs. New and experienced chief academic officers are expected to lead their organizations through these economic currents. The Economics of Higher Education is a unique executive workshop designed to introduce a new business model for higher education, specifically tailored for new and experienced chief academic officers, presidents, provosts, and trustees of both public and private colleges and universities. The aim of the program is to enhance the technical, communication, leadership, and process skills needed by administrators to successfully navigate today’s everchanging environment of higher education.

The Economics of Higher Education has been strategically scheduled, planned, and coordinated to provide each participant with maximum ROI for their time and resources to attend.

The 2-day curriculum includes:

  • Understanding the impact of instructional costs as an intuitional cost driver
  • Applying the technical skills of planning, budgeting, and finance to the academic enterprise
  • Reviewing case studies on academic enterprise planning, budgeting, and finance
  • Identifying how to balance increased enrollment with decreased discount rates
  • Developing a plan for implementing change and managing resistance


Tuition:

Tuition is $2,650, which includes all program materials, continental breakfast and lunch each day program, and admission to the evening keynote dinner reception on August 6, 2017.

Program Dates:

Evening Keynote Reception: August 6, 2017
Two-Day Program: August 7-8, 2017

Registration Deadline: June 30, 2017

Location:

Atlanta, GA

For additional program details, please contact AAL Director of Professional Development Dr. Felicia Tucker-Lively

James F. Galbally, Jr.

Ed.D.

Senior Consultant

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Program Curriculum

  • Understanding the impact of instructional costs as an intuitional cost driver
  • Applying the technical skills of planning, budgeting, and finance to the academic enterprise
  • Reviewing case studies on academic enterprise planning, budgeting, and finance
  • Identifying how to balance increased enrollment with decreased discount rates
  • Developing a plan for implementing change and managing resistance