- M. Ed.
- Administrative Leadership
- Community College Leadership
- Student Learning & Development
ContactDr. Uyen Tran Parsons
The master’s degree in higher education prepares students for entry-level and mid-management positions in higher education administration in such offices as student life, student housing, career centers, multicultural centers, student unions, advancement offices, alumni offices, academic advising centers, international student offices, financial aid offices, dean of students offices, institutional research offices and business affairs offices. The student affairs track meets the requirements of the Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS) for graduate programs in student affairs.
- The Standard program allows student to enroll in courses full or part-time in any of the tracks, with no specific sequence. Students select 1 of 3 specialization tracks: student affairs, community college leadership or general administration. Students in the Standard Program are also eligible to apply for Graduate Assistantships and may receive up to 3 credit hours of tuition benefit. Deadlines to apply for the standard program are March 1 and October 1.
- The Online program in General Administration is a 100% online program that can be completed in 2 years (or longer if enrolled part-time). Students may begin in the fall, spring, or summer. Courework can be completed on your own time making it feasible to hold a full-time job outside of school. Online students receive priority registration for online Higher Educaiton Program courses. Deadlines to apply for the online program are March 1 and October 1.
The GRE is not required for admission into the program.
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Full time
- Part time