About EDHI 377 A

Examines the relationship between higher education and the law, including how various substantive areas of the law affect colleges/universities and their stakeholders. Focuses on the major topical areas, key concepts, sociocultural contexts, and precedential cases pertinent to the law and higher education. Prerequisite: Graduate student standing.

Notes

Open to Graduate and CDE students only

Section Description

This is a graduate-level seminar which examines the relationship between higher education and the law, including how various substantive areas of the law affect colleges/universities and their stakeholders. Course content will focus on the major topical areas, key concepts, sociocultural contexts, and precedential cases pertinent to the law and higher education. As present and future practitioners and leaders who might be required to apply the law to student affairs practice, evaluate and react to morally impermissible or illegal actions, to seek legal counsel, to examine the impact of the law through scholarship and critique, or to function as citizens and as members of the academy within the larger democracy, this course will develop understanding regarding how and in what ways the “law” affects key aspects of higher education.

Course Dates

to

Location

Mann Hall - Trinity 211 (View Campus Map)

Times

to on Tuesday

Important Dates

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Deadlines
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Last Day to Withdraw with 50% Refund
Last Day to Withdraw with 25% Refund
Last Day to Withdraw

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