Higher Education Administration
This program provides opportunity for professional development for individuals who are currently working in or wish to move into professional roles within various settings of higher education, including administration, student affairs, or teaching. Read more >>
What is offered?
Courses are offered in a variety of formats: once per week, weekends, alternate weeks, online, and hybrid.
The student must complete a final comprehensive product for the Master's Degree. This product can take the form of an examination or e-portfolio. All degree requirements must be completed within seven years of initial enrollment.
Online Master's Degree
All courses are taught completely online and you earn the same degree as the face-to-face program.
Graduates who complete the Higher Education Administration master's concentration are typically employed in positions within higher education organizations related to institutional advancement and administration, faculty and organizational development, program planning, evaluation, and coordination or teaching.
The emphasis in Higher Education Administration prepares the student for careers in higher education including such options as student advisors, managers of support programs for traditionally underrepresented students, student housing specialists, student programming specialists, business managers, and specific administrative positions at all levels within higher education organizations.
Dr. Liliana Mina
David Seckman, a graduate of the program, found it fit well with his work on faculty and curriculum development. "When I became more involved with my coursework, I found a passion for working with the concerns that institutions deal with on a daily basis – diversity, faculty-student interaction, the role of the institutions, organizational structure and others."