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College of Education

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Higher Education & Student Affairs

As more and more people at all walks of life and socio-economic status are finding access to college-level education, the demand for highly-trained leaders with an understanding of the many types of people that they will serve -faculty, students and staff, to name three- can only increase.

Are you interested in what makes the college experience truly rewarding for students? How do you like the idea of being a leader at a college, helping to build a sense of community and order on campus?

Whether your goal is furthering your career or you have only recently made the decision to enter the realm of academia as a supporting or leading role, we will help you gain the skills to address the needs of rapidly-diversifying campuses.


Your Course Work

Your studies will deal with issues of management- resource management and allocation, unifying disparate elements, and the finer points of cultural awareness and advocacy.


Your Career

The M.Ed. prepares you to fill support and mid-level leadership roles within higher education organizations as well as other roles like marketing and Title IX enforcement.

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.