- M. Ed.
- Administrative Leadership
- Student Learning & Development
ContactDr. Rachel Wagner
The student affairs 42-hour program educates future student affairs administrators and student development educators who are experts in assessing and promoting student learning on higher education campuses. It addresses knowledge and skill development required to provide administration, management, advisement, and counseling support within the higher education community. The curriculum offers a blend of courses in student affairs administration and counseling. The program integrates the ACPA/NASPA competencies throughout courses, field experiences and the final examination process.
The program is designed to produce student affairs generalist, defined as competent practitioner schoalars who:
*understand how universities function as interconnected working units, and specifically how divisions of student affairs support the academic mission of the institution and student learning
*learn and apply a multitude of practitioner based competences (model on the ACPA/NASPA Professional Competencies) and
*can contribute to higher education in a variety of ways, positions, and institutional settings
Number of Program Faculty
- Full time
- Part time