- Administrative Leadership
ContactDr. Gavin Henning
The Master of Science in Higher Education Administration program at New England College is an innovative 40-credit program designed for students working or seeking to work in higher education. There are three available tracks: hybrid (with on-campus and online courses), 100% online, and 100% online with Campus Public Safety Administration Concentration.
Coursework provides a comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of higher education administration and covers functional areas and issues critical to effective management in college and university settings including advising and helping skills, multicultural competence, legal issues, organizational and administration, personal and organizational leadership, and research and assessment. Case studies, applied research, field experience, and a capstone project enable students to apply learning immediately to higher education practice and professional development.
The coursework provides a strong foundation in the theory and practice of higher education administration. Students are introduced to a broad range of administrative leadership at 2-and 4-year colleges and universities. Graduates pursue careers in academic advising, admissions and enrollment management, fundraising, career placement, financial aid, student affairs, and related fields.
The master’s program in higher education administration at New England College is unique. The accelerated program has 7-week terms and can be completed in 10 months if taking two courses per term. Students can also choose one course at a time if they would like to attend part-time.
While the courses are fast-paced, knowledge and skill development isn’t compromised. The expert faculty are committed to student learning.
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Full time
- Part time