Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wedneldoy, October 27, 1971 THE LETHBRiDGE HERALD 19 College will fight university move to start management arts program By RON CALDWEU, Staff Writer The Lcthbridge Community College will fight a proposal by the University of Lethbridge to begin a four-year management arls program. Darrell Maisey, director of business education at LCC, says the establishment of the course at the university would even- tually mean a duplication in courses offered by the two in- stitutions. "As this proposal stands Mr. Maisey said, "there would not be that much dupli- cation. "But once it actually starts operating, I don't see how Uiey can help but duplicate what we are already offering in business administration." Mr. Maisey said Lethbridge is not large enough to be able to afford to have two institu- tions duplicating their efforts. "It would mean an increase in government grants to the university, which means the taxpayer will be paying to have the university do the same thing we are said Mr. Maisey. The proposed university pro- gram is still in the drawing- board stages. However, if the university plans to include it in next year's curriculum, it must be presented lo the Alberta uni- versities commission and ap- proved, by the end of this year. Mr. Maisey said LCC plans to oppose approval of the pro- gram. In fact, the lobbying has already begun. "I have already brought the colleges commission up to date on what appears to be taking he said. "The next step is to go to the universities commission and the minister of advanced education to explain our posi- tion." 'The university account! n g course would be similar to what we call economics, their pro- duction course would be much like our industrial organization and management, their trans- portation management would be similar to our distribution Mr. M a is e y saio'. There are approximately 150 students enrolled in the two- year business administrat i o n course at LCC. L "This is about the minimum number at which we can oper- ate in the said Mr. Maisey. "If they offer almost the same iiiiny, then neither insti- tution will have enough stu- dents." He said this would lead to a reduction in staff at the col- lege. "When you don't have enough students to make ends meet, t then someone has to he said. Mr. Maisey said he feels it is time the two insfitut'ons got to- gether to see whether a joint business program can be de- veloped. 'If they really want to pro- j vide a service to the commu- j nity, then they should start this course at the third year level and continue it to the master's degree level." He said the employment pic- ture for a person holding a mas- ters degree in business admin- istration is much brighter than for the straight bachelor's de- gree. "I am perfectly willing to make myself available to work out a program where our stu- dents could move from this in- i stitution to the U of L lo com- plete their degree he said. 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