Higher Education Administration Management
This innovative program combines on campus instruction, online learning, and applied experiential activities to provide students the skills and knowledge to work in higher education settings.
The coursework provides a strong foundation in the theory and practice of higher education administration.Students are introduced to a broad range of leadership issues at 2- and 4-year colleges and universities and related non-profits. Graduates pursue careers in academic advising, admissions, development, career placement, financial aid, student affairs and related fields.
Identify and articulate implications of contemporary issues for higher education administration;
Apply administrative, leadership, and management • practices to the variety of organizational structures found in diverse institutions of higher education;
Employ a broad range of higher education • resources and scholarship in program planning and implementation;
Connect theory to practice, applying course learning to professional work experiences;
Make data-informed decisions and recommendations related to professional practice;
Develop and hone personal leadership skills and styles;
Demonstrate effective and inclusive written and oral communication skills, and;
Think critically to identify, strategize, and solve issues within higher education.
International Student Requirements:
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Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
# of Credits Required: 40
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $512. USD
Classification: Baccalaureate College—General
Loans Offered: Financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, and employment is available to U.S. students on the basis of financial need. Please ask your Enrollment Advisor for more information.
Locale: Distant Rural Area
Size & Settings: 0-999