Washington, DC 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?
Nova Southeastern University
Students learn and experience practical applications necessary for student affairs admin and conflict analysis and resolution in...
Colorado State University
Build a better college experience that makes a difference in the lives of students.
- Austin, TXAustin, TX
St. Edward's University
Cultivate vital leadership and mentoring skills to help college students reach their full potential.
- La Crosse, WILa Crosse, WI
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
We offer an On-Campus and Online option as well as a hybrid option at UW-River Falls.
Fort Scott Community College
Indiana State University
The 39 hour master's degree program is designed to provide professional training for entry positions in college student affairs.
Cleveland State University
Do you want to become one of a very special group of people who works in the helping profession of counseling? If you do, then...