Transition yourself into a leadership role in our changing educational environment.
The Master of Education in Higher Education Leadership is a dynamic program for professionals wanting to transition to higher education positions as administrators, advisors, advancement, student services, or recruitment. In this program, you will delve deeply into contemporary higher education areas of interest, drawing on past professional experience, and looking for ways to share and expand your expertise with others in the field of 21st century higher education.
Program of Study
Upon completion of this program, students will:
- Demonstrate expertise understanding of the skill regarding the evolving roles of the contemporary professoriate and be able to apply these skills in a college or university setting.
- Demonstrate expertise and understanding skills of professional communications in all forms: written, oral, and media communication, and be able to apply them in a college or university setting.
- Demonstrate expertise and understanding of skills in the area of professional ethics and be able to apply them in college or university setting.
- Demonstrate expertise and understanding of skills with regard to personal and professional development, as they apply to the contemporary professoriate, and be able to apply them in college or university setting.
Required CurriculumHEDL 500 - History of Higher EducationHEDL 501 - Theories of Higher Education LeadershipHEDL 502 - Evolving Roles of the Professoriate in Higher EducationHEDL 510 - Professional and Personal Development for LeadersHEDL 511 - Professional Communications in Higher EducationHEDL 520 - Legal Issues in Higher EducationHEDL 521 - Ethical LeadershipHEDL 530 - Action ResearchHEDL 531 - Budget, Finance, and Operations in Higher EducationHEDL 512 - The Role of Faculty in Colleges and UniversitiesHEDL 590 - Masters ThesisHEDL 589 - Contemporary Research Readings in Higher Education Administration
Total Degree Requirements - 36 credits
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