The mission of the M.S. in College Student Affairs is to provide a dynamic curriculum for students interested in leadership careers in the field of student affairs in higher education. The program provides a strong foundation for knowledge and skills development needed for effective administration, efficient use of technology, and humanistic support of undergraduate and graduate education. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared for entry and mid-level student affairs positions in post-secondary public and private education as well as state and federal agencies. Some students also decide to pursue additional studies in Ph.D. programs and other terminal degrees. Beginning Spring 2019 he department will offer an M.S. in College Student Affairs (CSA) with an online option in Higher Education and Community College (HECC).
Degree: Master of Science
Completion time: 43 Credit Hours
|College Student Affairs||Graduate|
|Higher Education and Community College Option||Option (Grad)|