The Evolution and Future of HBCUs, MSIs, and Tribal Colleges
[WLOs: 4, 6] [CLOs: 1, 3]
For this assignment, you will write a five to seven page paper which addresses the following:
- Evaluate the political, legal, and socioeconomic factors which lead to the creation and expansion of either (a) HBCUs, (b) Tribal Colleges, or (c) Minority Serving Institutions.
- Analyze the current social, economic, or political challenges facing these institutions in contemporary higher education.
- Analyze the opportunities of these institutions in shaping public policy and societal change.
Cohen, A. M. & Kisker, C. B. (2010). The shaping of American higher education: Emergence and growth of the secondary system (2nd ed). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
- Chapter 3: University Transformation as the Nation Industrializes, 1870-1944, pp. 119; 156-157.
- Chapter 4: Mass Higher Education in the Era of American Hegemony, 1945-1975, pp. 195-199; 215-219.
- Chapter 5: Maintaining the Diverse System in an Era of Consolidation, 1976-1993, pp. 396-400.
- Chapter 6: Privatization, Corporatization, and Accountability in the Contemporary Era, 1994-2009, pp. 461-471.
Lucas, C. J. (2006). American higher education: A history (2nd ed). New York, NY: Palgrave McMillan Book.
- Chapter 5: The Evolving American University, pp. 160-171.
- Chapter 6: American Academe in the Early Twentieth Century, pp. 212-218; 230-233; 260-266.
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