The degree program leading to a Doctor of Education (EdD) in Community College Leadership is designed to prepare students for senior level leadership roles and professorial positions within the community college setting. This intense program of study focuses on training professionals for the unique situations encountered by senior administrators and faculty serving in community colleges. In.
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We are proud to provide access to the dissertations that our students have written as part of the requirement for their doctoral degree. Below is a list by cohort of titles with a link to ScholarWorks, a searchable database where the actual dissertations are available. To search our full collection of doctoral dissertations, you can follow the link to ScholarWorks. 2007 Cohort: Dissertations.
Online EdD Programs in Community College Leadership. Community colleges play an important role in the American education system, serving diverse populations of students looking to quickly enter the workforce or work towards their bachelor’s degree. Managing these institutions comes with a unique set of challenges, and requires expertise in not only education and administration, but business.
The Roueche Community College Leadership Program has long been a national leader in the preparation of community college administrators who make a positive difference in their institutions and the communities they serve. The Department of Educational Leadership at K-State is proud and excited to be a part of growing the next generation of outstanding community college leaders.
In community colleges across the country, the division of academic affairs faces many challenges. Chief academic affairs officers (CAAOs) and academic-leadership teams need to effectively lead the division. Academic deans support the division of academic affairs, and the CAAO provides guidance and resources, and empower individuals in these roles to be effective.
The following selected dissertations, essays and articles were produced by students who attended postgraduate courses at the College. For further information on our postgraduate courses please visit our Postgraduate Courses page. All work is reproduced by kind permission of the authors, as identified in their original submissions. All work is assumed to have been produced by the stated author.
The purpose of this exploratory multiple case study was to develop an understanding of a group of two-year college presidents’ various leadership styles as well as to explore perceptions of their relationship with faculty and the manner in which personal leadership style impacts faculty relations. College presidents employed by a two-year college system in the southern United States were.
Dissertations. Discipline. Higher Education (43) Educational Leadership (25) Educational Administration and Supervision (15) Community College Education Administration (12) Other Education (10) Social and Behavioral Sciences (10) Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research (9) Higher Education Administration (9) Curriculum and Instruction (8) Student Counseling and Personnel Services (7.
Community college boards and stakeholders need to implement programs for community college educators interested in leadership positions. These boards need to be aware of the type of leadership styles that are most desirable when making hiring decisions. Faced with impending retirements within the ranks of current community college presidents, these programs could serve a vital role in.
He previously served in campus- and state-level community college leadership positions in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Since his retirement, Nespoli continues to serve on several national education boards, teaches in and serves on dissertation committees in community college doctoral programs, and is a member of the Mercer County Community College Board of Trustees. Nespoli proposed, helped.
An Examination of the Influence of Theater Arts Education on the Non-cognitive Skills and Abilities of Community College Students: A Qualitative Study of Human Development by O'neill, Thomas, Ed.D. National American University. 2019: 210 pages; 13881802.