Registrars manage registration activities and academic record systems of colleges and universities.
registrar, community college
Occupations in this group are characterized by the following aptitudes, interests and worker functions as they relate to main duties:
- General learning ability to plan and organize registration activities and academic record systems of colleges and universities
- Verbal ability to interpret registration policies for faculty and students, and to advise students on types of courses offered
- Numerical ability to review and analyze registration statistics for use in formulating policies
- Directive interest in co-ordinating information to direct, control and evaluate registration activities and academic record systems of colleges and universities; and in directing activities of staff and others engaged in compiling information on courses, schedules and requirements for admission and graduation
- Methodical interest in administering examinations and issuing official transcripts of grades
- Social interest in negotiating with faculty officials to develop registration policies
L1Regulated inside climate
- Registrars require an undergraduate degree in business administration or a related field
several years of experience in registration administration.
There is no mobility among the various types of administrators in the 0312 group.
Progression to some senior management positions in education is possible with experience.
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