General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 30
|EDUC 5101||Critical Understanding of Social Science Research||3|
|HIED 5101||Introduction to Higher Education||3|
|HIED 5102||Administration of Higher Education||3|
|HIED 5103||Access and Equity in Higher Education||3|
|HIED 5104||College Students and Development Theory||3|
|Select three from the following: 1|
|Organizational Assessment, Design and Strategy|
|Fundamental Counseling Techniques|
|Special Topics in Education 2|
|Introduction to Statistics and Research|
|Technology, Teaching, and Learning|
|ILT: Multimedia Learning|
|Diversity Issues in Higher Education|
|The Costs of College|
|Getting into College: Strategic Enrollment Management|
|Planning and Assessment in Higher Education|
|Student Affairs in Higher Education|
|Digital Education Leadership|
|Gender Issues in Education|
|Leadership in Higher Education|
|Law and Policy in Higher Education|
|The Community College|
|The Urban Environment|
|School-Community Partnerships in Urban Settings|
|General Elective 3||3|
|HIED 9995||Master's Capstone in Higher Education||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
With documented approval from the student's advisor, other course(s) may be selected as focused electives.
EDUC 5010 can be repeated for credit. Each academic term, faculty advise students of special topics offerings that may be of particular interest to Higher Education M.Ed. students.
Selection of a general elective requires approval from the student's advisor.
Students complete HIED 9995 Master's Capstone in Higher Education as their culminating event.