This course provides an overview of the history, development, mission and purpose, governance, curriculum and instruction, functions, trends, and issues of the community college. Additionally, this course will discuss funding sources and will identify essential and non-essential student services. National, state and local perspectives will also be reviewed and analyzed.
Compare and contrast community college instructional methodologies.
Summarize assessment strategies and related challenges.
Analyze community college curricula types.
Compare functionalities of administrative and instructional technology tools.
Students and Student Services
Describe the diversity in community college student populations.
Identifty essential and nonessential services offered to community college students.
Identify roles and challenges of community college faculty.
Describe community college qualification and certification processes.
Governance, Organizational Structure, and Funding
Compare state and local community governance models and organizational structures.
Analyze funding sources and their relationship to provided services.
Historical and Current Perspectives, Philosophy, and Mission
Identify current trends and challenges for the community college.
Summarize the philosophy, mission, and functions of the community college.
Describe historical perspectives and the current role of the community college.
Emerging Issues and Trends
Predict how emerging trends and challenges could affect the community college in the next decade.
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