MEd Higher Education Leadership
The M.Ed. in Higher Education Leadership provides a relevant, accelerated, and cost-effective graduate program for aspiring college and university administrators. Led by experienced and insightful faculty, the program coursework is designed to provide a comprehensive context for the higher education professional with leadership aspirations and can be completed online in 12 months. Specifically, coursework includes higher education history, institutional administration, research methodology, organizational change, student development, human and financial resource management, and higher education law.
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
The student will be able to:
- Develop a broad-based foundation in higher education history, organization, and administration.
- Select appropriate conceptual frameworks to guide their practice.
- Synthesize a leadership philosophy from both theory and practice.
Students will be admitted into the M.Ed. Higher Education Leadership major by the faculty once the following application criteria are met:
- Successful admission to graduate school.
Master of Education - Higher Education Leadership
|Career & Professional Development Seminar
|History of Higher Education
|Planning and Resource Management in Higher Education
|Higher Education Law & Ethics
|Student Development and the College Environment
|Research Methods in Higher Education
|Critical Issues in Higher Education
|Leading Change in Higher Education
|Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education
|Organization and Administration of Higher Education
|Total Credit Hours