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EDD/731

Continuing Education for Teachers

THE ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION

Online

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$2,430

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Total credits

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Take this course on its own, or as part of a degree or certificate program.

Please Note: Attendance and participation are mandatory in all University courses, and specific requirements may differ by course. If attendance requirements are not met, a student may be removed from the course. Please review the Course Attendance Policy in the Catalog for more information.

University of Phoenix reserves the right to modify courses. While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.

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.

Prerequisites

This doctorate level course requires proof of completion of a Master's degree. Be prepared to provide documentation during the checkout process.

Required materials

Additional course materials not included in the resource fee, are required or recommended for this course. Please review  course material information.

You can order your textbooks from the  University bookstore.

Please Note: Attendance and participation are mandatory in all University courses, and specific requirements may differ by course. If attendance requirements are not met, a student may be removed from the course. Please review the Course Attendance Policy in the Catalog for more information.

University of Phoenix reserves the right to modify courses. While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.

What you'll learn

Course skills and outcomes

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 1]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 1]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 1]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 1]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 1]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 2]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 2]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 2]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 2]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 2]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 3]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 3]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 3]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 3]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 3]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 4]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 4]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 4]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 4]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 4]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 5]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 5]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 5]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 5]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 5]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 6]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 6]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 6]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 6]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 6]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 7]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 7]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 7]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 7]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 7]

  • Competency A: Analyze the historical and theoretical foundations of financing education. [Wk 8]
  • Competency B: Evaluate sources of revenue and their influence on educational outcomes. [Wk 8]
  • Competency C: Distinguish capital and general expenditures of educational institutions. [Wk 8]
  • Competency D: Examine the role of ethics in making financial decisions for educational institutions. [Wk 8]
  • Competency E: Develop strategic approaches for presenting a budget. [Wk 8]

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Learn from instructors who bring an average of 25 years of working experience to the classroom.

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Our tuition and fees are competitive and fixed. Also, check to see if your employer will cover you for this course.

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Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice. If you have a question contact us at (866) 354-1800.

The University of Phoenix reserves the right to modify courses. Although our continuing teacher education courses are accepted by some state agencies in the United States toward teacher certifications and endorsements, this may not be the case in all states or foreign jurisdictions. If you plan to use courses for certification or endorsement, please check with your own state agency and your school district for applicability. Continuing teacher education courses are not eligible to apply to degree programs at University of Phoenix. These courses are not eligible for federal financial aid. Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice. While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative. If you have a question contact us at (866) 354-1800.