3 edition of Institutional role and scope of Florida"s public universities found in the catalog.
Institutional role and scope of Florida"s public universities
State University System of Florida.
|LC Classifications||LB2328.6 .S7 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||81623672|
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Mission statements of state universities in Florida are presented, as are statements of each school's interest in new academic programs and data for each university.
The institutional statements were drafted in connection with systemwide planning guidelines by the Florida Board of Regents. Following each university role and scope summary are lists of those programs for which the university ?id=ED Proposals of state universities in Florida developed in accordance with Systemwide Policy Guidelines are presented.
The first section of the institutional statement was developed at the institution's discretion without format or content requirements and generally includes information such as a description of the historical development of the institution and the relative emphasis of ?id=ED System Strategic Plan (Amended Oct.
) FLORIDA BOARD OF GOVERNORS STRATEGIC PLAN The State University System Strategic Plan strengthens the Board of Governors commitment to achieving excellence in the tripartite mission of its state universities – teaching, research, and public service – for the benefit of Florida’s citizens, their communities, and the state [ ] They combine to play a role in all organizations, including governments, firms, churches, universities, gangs, and even families.
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