The Quality-Profit Assumption

  • Kevin Kinser
Keywords: For-Profit Higher Education, Quality, for-profit, private.

Abstract

The profit motive is typically linked to lower quality in higher education. But there are several routes to profitability that do not presume a decline in quality, but rather take advantage of price and service strategies that generate revenue without significant impact on the academic program. Quality, therefore, is not determined by the profit status of the institution.
Published
2013-03-17
How to Cite
Kinser, K. (2013). The Quality-Profit Assumption. International Higher Education, (71), 12-13. https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2013.71.6081
Section
For-Profit Higher Education