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Management of Student Affairs and Support Services EDUC 665

School: Education
Credits: 3
Course Description: Examines institutional strategies for organizing, staffing, and funding the extensive array of programs and services designed to meet students' economic, social, developmental, and academic needs. Also focuses on the nature and purpose of student affairs functions and support services and how they can be effectively managed, coordinated, and integrated with the academic purposes of the institution. Intended for master's students with an interest in student affairs and doctoral students attempting to develop an awareness of this important area of institutional functioning.


SectionInstructorDaysLocationU-M Class #
001Perez, Rosemary JaneMon2334 SEB30800

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