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EIU Master of Science in College Student Affairs

About the Program

The Master of Science (MS) in College Student Affairs at Eastern Illinois University pursues the highest standards of scholarly excellence as evidenced through sustained achievement of criteria developed and adopted by the Graduate School.  The program utilizes a cohort model with a low faculty-to-student ratio.  The department currently offers an M.S. in College Student Affairs (CSA) with an online option in Higher Education and Community College (HECC).  The programs incorporate the standards developed by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) as its benchmark for assessment.  The purpose of our training, which includes supervised practical experience in a variety of settings, is to equip students to become qualified, ethical and culturally competent leaders in Higher Education. 

Learning Goals for the M.S in College Student Affairs

  1. Candidates will display the required academic preparation and professional dispositions necessary to succeed in the graduate program in Counseling or Higher Education Leadership.
  2. Candidates will display evidence of depth of content knowledge.
  3. Candidates will display evidence of maintaining professional disposition.
  4. Candidates will display evidence of critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  5. Candidates will display evidence of effective oral and written communication skills.
  6. Candidates will display evidence of advanced scholarship through research and/or creative activity. 


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