Problems in Finance and Business ManagementCourse ID: ELPS 468
School:The Graduate School
Credit Hours: 3
Course DescriptionExamination of the social justice issues inherent in developing and evaluating state and local school finance policy, including equity, adequacy, the social and ethical issues associated with allocating resources and relating school costs to achievement. Selected problems of school district financial management are studied, including central office organization, financial management and control, securing and accounting for grant funds, debt financing, insurance and support services management. This course covers topics especially pertinent to district administrators and superintendents. Outcome: Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of and competencies relevant to district level leadership in financial management, control, and allocation through the lens of social justice issues.
Prerequisite/sRestricted to Graduate Education Students