This course provides doctoral students with an opportunity to examine globalization from the viewpoint of global higher education. Students develop a global perspective and develop their focus a focus from an organizational perspective as a leader who promotes a global perspective among colleagues. Specifically, this course examines higher education from the changing context of globalization.
This course provides doctoral students with an opportunity to examine globalization form the viewpoint of globally competent educators. Students should begin to understand and develop a global perspective and create a focus on becoming a global leader who promotes a global 87 perspective among students and colleagues. This course examines education in the changing context of globalization; surveys educational policy and practices globally; and permits students to study the impact of globalization on education.
This course is designed to examine the role of global leaders in emerging social, economic, and political contexts that are changing the nature of higher education, altering how higher education organizations are viewed, and are transforming how the global leader interacts in a changing environment. A broad range of issues will be explored that are critical to the success of the global leader that can affect relationships and impact organizations. Particular attention will be paid to issues of leadership and management in diverse global organizations.
In this course doctoral students in global leadership are provided an opportunity to examine disruption and innovation from the viewpoint of global higher education. Students will begin to understand and develop a knowledge of the perceived interrelationship of the two factors specifically influencing higher education in the US and the world.
In this course the doctoral student is exposed to numerous contemporary issues in the field of global leadership. Candidates will research selected topics to gain a broad perspective of the field of global leadership as it applies to various organizations and locations. Candidates will evaluate relevant data and draw conclusions and implications based upon the data, research and class discussions.
This course provides examines globalization from the viewpoint of global higher education. Students develop a focus from an organizational perspective as a leader who promotes a global perspective among colleagues. This course requires the student to synthesize and apply higher education knowledge through work based in real-life settings.