The MSEd in Higher Education Administration provides students with a relevant curricular
pathway through foundational core courses in higher education administration and opportunities
to explore special interest area electives.
Students interested in pursuing careers that focus on working directly with students
in a one-on-one setting or in groups should consider the College Counseling track in the Department of Counselor Education. The program focuses on creating educational
programming designed to increase student engagement and success, while emphasizing
becoming an effective counselor.
Curriculum & Learning Outcomes
Colleges and universities today need skilled administrators to negotiate complex environments.
Our graduates will be poised to work in two- and four-year, public and private colleges,
and higher education service agencies, organizations, and associations.
They also may work in administrative and management positions, focused on creating
processes and structures to provide supports and services to faculty, staff, and students
to increase student engagement and success, and managing teams, offices, and divisions
to achieve their goals.
A master's degree in Higher Education Administration also prepares you for doctoral