Student Affairs in Higher Education- Master of Science
The SAHE master's degree program prepares students for leadership positions in student affairs in higher education. The curriculum includes a 15 credit-hour core that address foundations of student affairs, student development theory, foundations of research, educational leadership/organizational development, and diversity, equity and dialogue; a 3 credit-hour additional inquiry requirement; a 7 credit-hour concentration in either student development theory, student affairs leadership, inquiry in education, or diversity, equity and culture; 7 hours of professional development and field experience; and 10 hours of electives.
Admission to the Student Affairs in Higher Education master’s degree program is based on undergraduate grade point averages, a personal statement, experiences relevant to student affairs, four letters of recommendation, and an interview.
(36 semester hours)
|EDL 654||Foundations of Educational Research in Higher Education||3|
|EDL 660||Seminar in Student Affairs/Higher Education 1||3,3|
|EDL 667||Diversity, Equity, and Dialogue in Student Affairs||3|
|EDL 675||Student Development Theory I||3|
|EDL 676||Foundations of Student Affairs in Higher Education||3|
|EDL 697||Higher Education Administration||3|
|EDL 706||Educational Leadership and Organizational Development||3|
|EDP 672||Helping Skills in Mental Health Intervention||3|
|Field Experience and Professional Development|
|EDL 656G||Field Experience Exploration||3|
|EDL 656I||Field Experience Synthesis||3|
|Select 3 hours of electives that may include, but are not limited to, additional Professional Development and Field Experience hours, independent studies, graduate courses outside of the program, and/or additional SAHE classes outside of the required course load.||3|
|Total Credit Hours||36|
Students take 3 credit hours of EDL 660 for two semesters.