- Administrative Leadership
- College Teaching
- Student Learning & Development
ContactMs. Judy Mahabir
WHO WE ARE
Through a blend of coursework and practical experiences, the SAHE program educates student affairs professionals who are prepared to address contemporary challenges of student affairs practice. Our curriculum is rooted in a social justice lens that aims to create more just and equitable student affairs practice. At the same time that students learn to be critical scholar-practitioners, they also engage in significant reflection about their own identities and life experiences, resulting in meaningful personal transformation.
In doing this work together, we strive to create inclusive and accessible learning environments in the SAHE community. Together, our students, faculty, and assistantship/practicum supervisors are learning partners who value how our different life experiences and identities, such as our race, sexual orientation, ability, gender, religion, and social class, shape our educational experiences and perspectives on student affairs practice.
Grounded in social justice, the SAHE M.S. curriculum engages students in critical inquiry across a broad range of higher education topics. Throughout the program, students complete 42 credit hours, including at least two practicum, and create a comprehensive portfolio demonstrating, analyzing, and reflecting upon their hard work, development, achievements, and professional preparedness.
Miami University offers a number of graduate certificates that enhance the SAHE degree, including: Applied Business, College Teaching, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Full time
- Part time