Master of Education in Student Development and Leadership in Higher Education
The M.Ed. in Student Development and Leadership in Higher Education program prepares graduate students for work in the non-academic arena of college campuses, which includes leadership positions in such areas as career services, enrollment management, residential programs and student development.
Graduates may find employment in a variety of settings, from community colleges to research universities, and they will be prepared to matriculate in a doctoral-level program. Students must complete a minimum of 36 semester credit hours of graduate work for this degree.
All courses offered in the program are delivered through an online format for the convenience of the student.
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Semester Credit Hours (SCH) Courses Hours EDG 6301 Social and Cultural Influences* 3 EDG 6302 Tests and Measurements* 3 EDG 6304 Research* 3 EDG 6305 Legal and Ethical Principles 3 EDG 6306 Curriculum and Methodology Trends 3 EDG 6307 Professional Writing for Educators 3 EDG 6361 American Higher Education 3 EDG 6362 College Student Development 3 EDG 6363 Leadership 3 EDG 6365 Internship in Higher Education 3 EDG 6366 Student Affairs and Administrative Services 3 EDG 6369 Assessment of Student Outcomes 3 Total SCH for Master of Education in Student Development and Leadership
*In addition to coursework, you must complete a Comprehensive Program Review (CPR). You must apply for the Comprehensive Program Review (CPR) no later than the first day of the last semester of coursework.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Advising/Supporting: Candidates will know how to provide advising and support to individuals and groups through direction, feedback, critique, referral, and guidance.
- Leadership: Candidates will gain knowledge, skills, and dispositions required of a leader, with or without positional authority, in educational institutions.
- Organizational/Human Resources: Candidates will gain knowledge, skills, and dispositions in the management of resources and people in educational organizations.
- Social Justice/Inclusion: Candidates will be able to create learning environments that foster equitable participation of all students.
- Student Learning/Development: Candidates will understand and apply principles of student development and learning theory.