ELAD 531: Program Planning and Development in Educational Settings
This course provides knowledge and experience in the principles and techniques of designing programs in the higher education/student services and other educational settings. Special attention will be placed on needs assessment and evaluation, current issues in student affairs and education, organizational mission and environment, fiscal management and budgeting, human resources, and overall program planning. Students will design a total program and proposal in a variety of actual educational settings in this experiential course. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisites: Graduate students in Counseling with concentration in Student Affairs in Higher Education (CNSA); Substance Awareness Coordinator (SAC); or departmental approval.