Masters of Economic Development - Fall 2014 Schedule
In-Person #4: Sat 8/23 to Sun 8/24
Online Sessions (Thursdays 7-9pm): 8/21,8/28, 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9
ED 646 Marketing and Business Development for Economic Development (3 semester hrs)*
Dr. Bill Smith
Reflective Practitioner: Robert Ingram
The course provides the student with instruction in concepts and practices associated with marketing, business recruitment, and business retention and expansion in economic development.
In-Person #2: 9/15-9/18
ED 701 True South IEDC Basic Economic Development Course (3 semester hrs)
Dr. Chad Miller
An introductory course exposing participants to the fundamentals and practice of creating jobs, increasing wealth, improving the tax base, and enhancing a community’s quality-of-life, the first step in pursuing professional certification. This course also satisfies the IEDC course requirement for Introduction to Economic Development.
In-Person #3: Thur 11/13 to Fri 11/14
Online Sessions (Tuesdays 7-9pm): 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18, 11/25, 12/2
ED 727 Sustainability and Community Development for Economic Development (3 semester hrs)
Dr. Roberto Gallardo
The course provides the student with instruction in the importance of sustainability and community development in economic development.
In-Person #1: Sat 11/15 to Sun 11/16
Online Sessions (Thursdays 7-9pm): 10/16, 10/23,10/30, 11/6, 12/4
ED 736 Real Estate and Land use Planning for Economic Development (3 semester hrs)
Dr. Chad Miller
Reflective Practitioner: John Hubbard
The course provides the student with instruction in concepts and practices associated with real estate, planning, and law in economic development.