Higher Education and Student Affairs
The higher education and student affairs master’s program prepares professionals for a variety of leadership and administrative positions in student affairs and higher education.
A required core of learning experiences is supplemented by course work in areas of instruction, administration, and research to prepare both generalists and specialists. The program provides opportunities for individualization to take into account the student’s goals and needs and usually includes a faculty-supervised internship in programming, teaching, counseling or evaluating. This program is designed to prepare students to assume a variety of administrative positions within postsecondary institutions..
Program-Specific Admission Information and Requirements
Affiliated College: College of Education
Degree(s) Offered: M.S.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs
Program Requires GRE or MAT: No
Additional Application Requirements:
Letters of Recommendation: 2
Applicants should refer to the Admissions page of the program website for additional program requirements.
|Internationals Living Abroad||Applicants Residing in the U.S.||Priority Consideration|
|Fall||May 1||July 15||February 1|
|Spring||October 1||December 10||October 15|
|Summer||June 1||April 1|
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