Planning for Higher Education Journal

Balancing State and Institutional Interests to Enhance Master’s Degree Programs

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From Volume 26 Number 3 | Spring 1998
By Carol Everly Floyd
Planning Types: Academic Planning

Considers how statewide board cooperation regarding the review and support of master’s degree programs might be enhanced. Maintains that two elements are necessary: strengthening the state’s recognition of the value of master’s level education, and balancing state and institutional interests regarding quality control and productivity measures. Concludes with a summary of what each side must to do enhance master’s level education at both levels.

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