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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 Master's Cohort in Student Affairs is for students who can commit to full-time enrollment over a two-year period. They also hold graduate assistant (GA) positions in the UNT Division of Student Affairs. GA's receive a monthly stipend and up to 6 credit hours of tuition benefit. As of Fall 2022, there are over 50 Graduate Assistant positions avaialble in areas such as Residence Life, Student Activities, Orientation, First-Gen Center, Center for Leadership & Service, Undergraduate Admissions, Office of Sustainability, and Fraternity and Sorority Life (just to name a few).
Cohort enrollment begins in the fall only. Deadline to apply for the cohort is February 1. An interview is required for those who meet the cohort qualifications.
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Full time