- Student Learning & Development
ContactDr. Peter Francis Troiano
With learning at the heart of our professional work environment, our fundamental responsibility is to empower students to attain the highest standards of academic achievement, public service and personal development. We value quality, intellectual integrity, openness to debate, participation by all members of the community in governance and respect for the dignity, rights and aspirations of each member of the community. Preparing students for enlightened and productive participation in a global society in our obligation. The mission for the master's degree program in student development flows from this philosophical perspective. Graduates are prepared to function effectively as student development educators in rapidly changing institutions of higher education. Students are trained to understand and to meet the developmental needs of college students taking into account worldviews and expectations which are influenced by age, faith or religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability status and other life-shaping perspectives.
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Full time
- Part time