Curriculum and Course Descriptions
Master of Arts Postsecondary Education Administration (view flyer)
The Master of Arts in Postsecondary Education Administration prepares individuals for careers in 2-year and 4-year postsecondary institutions and fields related to higher education through the service regionally, nationally, and internationally. The curriculum provides students with a foundation of research, administration, leadership, development theory, multicultural and diversity issues, group/team dynamics, and legal/ethic issues. One 150-clock hour internship provides the depth of experience needed for careers in postsecondary education and related fields.
CERTIFICATE: College Advising (view flyer)
The Certificate in College Advising equips individuals with counseling-based advising skills and an organizational understanding for postsecondary education. Although the certificate program is open to individuals who meet the admissions criteria, ideal candidates are those who work or desire to work in the counseling or postsecondary education administration field, workforce development, or career centers.
Please visit this web page from the Office of the Registrar to access current Academic Bulletins for information regarding curriculum requirements and course descriptions.