Form to Function: A Requisite Analysis of University-based Equine Centers
Doctor of Education (Ed.D)
Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction-Higher Education
Date of Award
There has been documented growth in the number of equine centers established at universities across the United States. There is a decided lack of empirical research focused on these university-based equine centers. This research addressed the identification of the functional organizational structure of these centers. A requisite analysis of the operational groups was performed to determine the functional organizational structure of university-based equine centers. The Delphi technique was used to determine consensus among a group of expert panelists on the perceived importance of three operational groups at university-based equine centers: faculty and staff members, participants in activities and services, and horses used at an ideal university-based equine center.
Curriculum and Instruction | Education
Mead, Katherine Elizabeth, "Form to Function: A Requisite Analysis of University-based Equine Centers" (2016). Electronic Theses & Dissertations. 813.