Indiana M.Ed. MS MA & MBA Student Affairs & Development Master's Degree Programs
Graduate students interested in defining the role of student affairs in higher education may wish to pursue a Masters in Student Affairs & Development. A M.Ed. program in student affairs and development might prepare graduates for translating theory and knowledge about counseling, supervision, or instruction.
If you enroll in a masters program in higher education and student affairs, you will learn about the financial aid process, admissions, student activities, advising and residence life, all of which apply to education on a college and university campus.
Throughout your course of study in a masters student development counseling and administration, you will learn about the theories, assessments and evaluations related to the practice of student affairs and how to help students thrive in a college setting.
Review our listings: Online M.Ed: Teaching & Learning - Student Services, or a Counseling, M.S. - College Student Personnel, or the Hybrid Master of Arts in College Student Development, or perhaps an on campus MBA in Student Development Administration is what you seek?
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- Capella University offers doctoral programs designed to take you to the forefront of your profession.
- Competency-based curriculum delivers both foundational knowledge and real-world skills, so that what you’re learning in your courses is immediately applicable to your career goals.
GCU offers a variety of M.A. and M.Ed. education programs designed for current educators looking to take the next step in their career. Earn your degree from an accredited non-profit university. No Application Fee!
- Muncie, INMuncie, IN
Ball State University
Students completing the Doctor of Education degree in Adult, Higher, and Community Education increase their competencies to work with adults in a variety of contexts such as: education, community based programs, social service organizations, government,...
- West Lafayette, INWest Lafayette, IN
The Curriculum Studies Program supports a philosophy of personal, inquiry-driven education. Students develop the ability to critically analyze current and historical developments in the theory and practice of curriculum.