An appropriate text for administrators and future higher education professionals who are studying Higher Education law, Managing the Entrepreneurial University considers the range of legal issues relevant to managing the contemporary American university, college, and community college. It explores the trends, issues and legal difficulties that face entrepreneurial institutions and provides thoughtful strategies toward preventing or mitigating legal challenges. Readers will find that it explains, in clear, non-technical language, the basic concepts of higher education law, grounding them in contemporary challenges in higher education management, particularly those associated across institution types with increased interaction with external markets.a
The main goal of this text is to help the reader develop their expertise in recognizing legal issues when they emerge. It provides future administrators with the background necessary to ask thoughtful questions to counsel and engage in sophisticated discussions about possible responses to legal-related problems that may arise.
Introduction 1. Process 2. Discrimination 3. Employment 4. Students 5. Regulation Conclusion References