IntroBefore we get started, I want to review a few housekeeping items and let you know how you can participate in today’s Web event. We’re looking at an example of the GoToWebinar Attendee Interface which is made up of two parts. The Viewer Window is on the left, which allows you to see everything the Presenter will share on their screen. The Control Panel at the right allows you to participate in today’s event, so we’ will look at that next.(Transition to Next Slide)
Move mouse over the Grab TabClicks 1, 2, and 3By clicking the orange arrow, you can open and close your control PanelClick 4From the View Menu you can also set the Control Panel not to auto-hide when inactive if you prefer to keep it always open. Click 5The Audio pane provides audio information. (If the organizer has given attendees a choice) By default you have joined the Webinar via Mic & Speakers. Click 6Click Audio Setup to select your computer speaker or headset devices.Clicks 4, 5 and 6If you prefer, you can join the audio via telephone by selecting Use Telephone, and the dial-in information will be displayed, including an Audio PIN. Please note that all guests will be muted for the entire Webinar; please use the Questions window to type your questions.Click 7During and the presentation, you have the ability to send questions to our Webinar staff through the Questions pane. Simply type in your question and click send. At the end of the formal presentation we will do a Q&A session to answer as many questions as we have time for.As a final reminder, today’s Webinar chat is being recorded, and everyone will receive an email within 48 hours with a link to view the slides and chat transcript.
Transcript of "Master of Public Management (Leadership in Higher Education)"
Welcome to our Online Information Session!July 20, 2011<br />David Eber, Director of Admissions & Financial Aid<br />Bridget Jakub, Associate Director of Admissions<br />Sandra Nevel, Associate Director of MPM Program<br />Amy Seymour Radovitch, Assistant Director of Admissions<br />Jeffrey Inscho, Web Media & Marketing Associate<br />
Classes offered year-round: Fall, Spring and Summer
May enroll as “non-degree” student</li></li></ul><li>Part-Time MPM concentrations<br />Master of Public Management<br />Educational Leadership<br />Health Systems Management<br />Human Resources Management<br />Leadership in Higher Education<br />Management<br />**Self-defined concentration<br />Graduate Certificate Program<br />Human Resources Management<br />All programs may be completed without needing to takeclasses during regular business hours<br />
Master of Public Management (MPM)<br />Sandra Nevel,<br />Associate Director<br />
Welcome<br />Master of Public Management<br />a concentration<br />In<br />LEADERSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION<br />July 20, 2011<br />
Master of Public Management (MPM)<br />Respected tradition of providing high-quality management skills to public and non-profit managers<br />Skills transfer to the private sector<br />Emphasis on practical applications of learning<br />Learning is immediately useful on the job<br />Flexible<br />Curriculum<br />Course schedule<br />Instructors understand needs of working professionals<br />
Program Objectives<br />State-of-the-art management tools<br />Analytic techniques<br />Insight<br />Improvement of productivity<br />Effective communication skills<br />
Flexible & Responsive<br />You May:<br /><ul><li>Transfer up to 24 units of approved relevant graduate coursework (reduces total number of classes required for degree ).
Exempt core courses based on prior coursework or relevant experience (does not reduce total classes; allows more elective options).
Work with advisor to define your concentration (if in MPM).</li></li></ul><li>How it works<br />Carnegie Mellon uses units instead of credits<br />A 12-unit class at CMU = 3 or 4 credit class<br />Full-semester class: 12 units<br />Half-semester class: 6 units<br />Each class requires an average of 12 hours of work per week (includes lecture)<br />The program requires 144 units<br /> -Equivalent of 12 semester length classes<br />
How much time will it take?<br />Degrees may be completed in 2 year of part-time study (24 units per semester; most students take 18 – 24)<br />May take as few as 6 or as many as 48 units per semester<br />You have up to 7 years to complete your degree<br />Allows for varying pace of study<br />Allows for time off if needed<br />
Concentrations of Study<br />Educational Leadership<br />Health Systems Management<br />Human Resources Management<br />Management (includes non-profit management)<br />Leadership in Higher Education<br />Self-defined (with approval of advisor)<br />
MPM Degree Program Concentration in Leadership in Higher Education<br />Core (required) courses 72 units<br />Required Higher Ed concentration courses 48 units<br />Electives 24 units<br />Total Units: 144<br />Complete part-time in 2 – 5 years<br /> (3 semester per year)<br />*12 units – semester-long course (12 hours work/week)<br />
How this program will help you achieve your goals
Admissions Interviews (Not required; available upon request)</li></li></ul><li>Application Deadlines (Part-time Programs)<br /><ul><li>Applications reviewed on a rolling basis; applicants notified of admission status in 3 – 4 weeks of submission of all required materials; application deadline is cut-off date for applications for that enrollment date</li></li></ul><li>The Admissions Office<br /><ul><li>Location: 1118 Hamburg Hall