A cost benefit analysis of the Naval Postgraduate School's Financial Management program versus civilian institutions
Borkowski, Paul E.
Hildebrandt, Gregory G.
Boger, Dan C.
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The purpose of this thesis is to compare the Naval Postgraduate School's Financial Management program to similar civilian programs. The research focused on cost and qualitative differences between NPS and four civilian counterpart curriculums. A previously derived unit cost model was used to determine the full cost of instruction within the Department of Systems Management at NPS, and reference materials obtained from the Department of Education provided insight into the full cost of instruction at each of the four civilian institutions. This study includes recommendations for continued operation of the Financial Management program at the Department of Systems Management within the Naval Postgraduate School based on its cost efficiency.
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