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My goal at this point in my career is to obtain a leadership position utilizing my management and team-based experience, which will allow me to help foster growth and development in constituents at any organization.
I am an information professional with technology and management experience.
My culmination of years of experience at the University of Arizona and a mid-sized community college, MCC, have prepared me as a leader. Further, I have enjoyed gaining knowledge in the areas of technology, instruction, and student services, to name a few.
Currently I am a student of the Doctorate of Management in Community College Policy and Administration (DMCCPA) program and look forward to a successful position where I can contribute to student success through staff and faculty development.
I seek a position that provides creativity, learning, and opportunities to become an effectual,forward-thinking leader.
The Doctor of Management (DM) in Community College Policy and Administration is a program designed for college faculty and administrators who aspire to lead effectively, progress and advance in administrative careers. Designed for busy working professionals, the interactive DM in Community College Policy and Administration program offers maximum flexibility and convenience as well as the practical knowledge and application necessary to excel in today's community college environment. A hybrid program, the DM in Community College Policy and Administration is predominantly distance learning with nine on-site residencies, which typically last two to three days, one during each semester of study.
The program includes an Executive Leadership Development (ELD) program. The ELD program will span the entire three years and have three components: a battery of leadership and cultural assessments, team-based executive coaching and two, three-day residencies.Program Highlights
By combining an exceptional curriculum with student accessibility and a distinguished faculty, UMUC's DM in Community College Policy and Administration helps students to progress promptly to the completion of their doctoral degree and to the enhanced job opportunities that holding the degree will provide.
Students of the program benefit from:
Upon completing the SLIS Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) program, all students should:
Be able to anticipate trends and to effect positive change in the profession and the profession's role in society.
Demonstrate an understanding of the principal contemporary issues associated with librarianship, information science, access to information, and the role of information in society.
Demonstrate an understanding of the necessity for a variety of services to meet the library and information needs of diverse populations.
Be able to develop library and information programs and activities consistent with the heritage, principles, responsibilities, trends, and standards of the library profession.
Be able to describe the differences in terms of mission, service, and requirements of the major types of libraries, archives, and information agencies.
Demonstrate an understanding of the theories and methods for organizing and classifying information and be able to apply those theories and methods.
Be able to describe the characteristics, strengths, and weaknesses of the principal tools used by libraries and information centers, and demonstrate the ability to use a variety of those tools.
Be able to analyze information queries and match them with locally held, and remotely accessible, information sources.
Be able to describe how and why electronic technologies are used to support and improve library and information center activities.
Be able to describe the principal traditional and contemporary technologies employed by libraries and information centers and identify the basic principles underlying those technologies.
Be able to describe the principal theories and techniques of supervision, management, and leadership.
Demonstrate an understanding of interpersonal interaction and organizational culture and the ability to choose actions and responses appropriate to specific situations. Be able to communicate cogently, clearly, and persuasively.
Demonstrate an understanding of the political and cultural environment in which librarians, libraries, and information centers function. Be able to describe the major national, regional, and local programs currently affecting libraries, including cooperative endeavors, legislative programs, funding agency programs, etc.
By choosing appropriate specializations, students will gain the necessary skills and abilities to work in a variety of libraries, information centers, and other information industry occupations.
9 Credit hours