- Student Learning & Development
ContactDr. David Michael Schmid
Did you enjoy your college experience--both in and out of the classroom? Are you a people person who enjoys helping others solve problems and accomplish their goals?
A career in student affairs provides a path to meaningful, important work with college students. Through the Department of Educational Psychology, Foundations and Leadership (EPFLS), a master’s degree in postsecondary education: student affairs prepares you for this field or helps you further advance your career.
Student affairs professionals provide services and programs designed to support students and enhance campus life across a wide variety of college and university settings. Research has shown that co-curricula--everything that happens on campus outside of the classroom--are an important complement and partner to academic work in shaping the whole student.
Career opportunities in the field of student affairs include residence life, student activities, admissions, financial aid, career services, and multicultural affairs. In this degree program you will have opportunities such as assistantships and internships to help you learn which areas best fit your skills and interests.
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Full time
- Part time