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New York City, New York, United States

Human Capital Management for the Educational Leader

This course focuses on the methods used to effectively recruit, train, and evaluate administrative staff in schools. There is an emphasis on developing the role of the teacher in human resource decision-making.

Open only to Master of Science in Education students.
Students from other degree programs by permission only.

Educational Leadership (Master Degree)

The Masters of Science in Education- Educational Leadership (MSEd-EL) program prepares elementary and secondary educators to obtain high-level supervisory positions in public schools. The coursework offers a comprehensive understanding of educational administration in an urban environment. Students acquire managerial and analytical skills applicable to a wide range of institutional settings, including public, private, and charter schools. The focus is on the latest scholarship in educational leadership and on developing applied knowledge through experience working in teams within pub... [Read More]

Budgeting and Financial Analysis

This course focuses on the budget cycle and budget decision-making. It includes tools for developing, implementing, and controlling a budget within a, typically, public organization. Topics include development of operating budgets, cash budgets, break-even analysis, cost behavior, the time value of money, capital budgeting, long-term financing, and variance analysis. Basic budget accounting concepts are studied. The course includes development of spreadsheet skills for budgeting.

Public and Nonprofit Management

This course introduces the fundamental concepts and techniques for managing government and not-for-profit agencies, including schools. This course focuses on structural models, individual behavior, including group dynamics and leadership, effective use and management of human resources, and political and cultural frameworks. Questions of effectiveness, responsibility, and professional relations are considered.

Executive MPA (Master Degree)

The Executive MPA is designed for experienced executives and managers who seek a challenging and accelerated program of study. The coursework highlights current issues and problems that confront leaders in public affairs. To link theory with practice, Baruch’s faculty co-teach several courses with prominent public and nonprofit practitioners who bring real-world knowledge to the classroom. Admission requires a minimum of 3-5 years professional management experience and an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or a graduate-level degree in another field. Classes meet for 35 Saturdays during each y... [Read More]

Behavioral Finance

This course covers different areas of behavioral finance such as emotional finance, experimental finance, as well as psychological concepts and behavioral biases. Students will use heuristic rules to analyze movements of the markets in extreme market conditions and estimate the behavioral risk.

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