The Economics of Education
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Course level: Doctorate Courses
The principles and theories of the economics of education are examined. The role that federal, state, and local governments play in the economics of education is explored in-depth. Key topics include budget management grants, financial aid, expenditures and revenues, and the rising cost of education. Economic policy analysis is a focus in this course.
This doctorate level course requires proof of completion of a Master's degree. Be prepared to provide documentation during the checkout process.
What you'll learn
Course skills and outcomes
- Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education.
- Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes.
- Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions.
- Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions.
- Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget.