Master's Program in Higher Education in North America

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Higher Education

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

A Master in Higher Education takes the standard master degree to the next level, providing student with the chance to gather in-depth knowledge and understanding of the mechanisms within the higher education system.

The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.

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Master in Higher Education and Student Affairs

University of San Francisco - School of Education
Campus Full time 2 years August 2018 USA San Francisco

The Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) combines a rigorous academic curriculum which includes practicum experiences in various areas of student life, arranged in collaboration with the USF Division of Student Life. [+]

Masters in Higher Education in North America 2018. Prepare for a professional career in student affairs and leadership in higher education. The Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) combines a rigorous academic curriculum which includes practicum experiences in various areas of student life, arranged in collaboration with the USF Division of Student Life. Program Schedule Consistent with the School of Education's commitment to serve working adults, the program follows a schedule of alternate weekend classes that convene nine times a semester. Classes are typically held Thursday evenings, Friday evenings and all day Saturday. Program Cornerstones: An integrated approach to issues of equity and access in higher education. A commitment to social justice emphasized throughout coursework and co-curricular experiences. A practicum component, which places students in diverse learning environments within student affairs and promotes the development of concrete practical skills and reflective learning. An optional paid internship opportunity, which can provide a compensation package offered by the USF Division of Student Life. “The social justice education component is something that I value most about the HESA program. It adds meaning and purpose to the work I'm pursuing and allows me to see the bigger picture. Joining a program that would afford me the opportunity to merge theory and practice was essential to my decision to attend USF.” - Amiya Powell-Hodge, Higher Education & Student Affairs Alumna The HESA Program at USF seeks individuals who demonstrate an explicit commitment to social justice in higher education and student affairs.... [-]

MSEd in Student Affairs Administration

University of Wisconsin La Crosse
Campus or Online Full time Part time 2 years September 2018 USA La Crosse + 1 more

Using a theory to practitioner model, the mission of the Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education master’s degree program is to prepare student affairs professionals with the competencies to work effectively within the complex political, economic, cultural, and social contexts of higher education... [+]

Degree Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) in Student Affairs Administration (SAA) in Higher Education SAA Mission Using a theory to practitioner model, the mission of the Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education master’s degree program is to prepare student affairs professionals with the competencies to work effectively within the complex political, economic, cultural, and social contexts of higher education. Professional Compentencies The Student Affairs Administration (SAA) graduate program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse has embraced the ACPA/NASPA Professional Competencies and has aligned the curriculum of the graduate program to ensure basic understanding in the competencies as part of the learning experience of our graduate students. About Student Affairs Student affairs is a critical aspect of the higher education experience. The work done by student affairs professionals helps students begin a lifetime journey of growth and self-exploration. Who We Are Student learning doesn’t just happen in a classroom. Opportunities for teaching and development exist everywhere and at all times on campus and it’s our job to seize these moments. And as student affairs professionals our job is to foster and promote these interactions. Encouraging an understanding and respect for diversity, a belief the worth of individuals, and supporting our students in their needs are just some of the core concepts of the profession. At NASPA, we understand the importance of this work and provide opportunities for our members to continue to expand their knowledge and skills. Careers in Student Affairs NASPA is an organization of colleges, universities, agencies, and... [-]

Master in Higher Education Technology

University of Houston - Victoria
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Victoria

Technology is a fundamental part of the way we interact with the world, and our 30-hour MEd in Educational Technology is designed to teach you how to make it an effective, integral part of the learning process. [+]

Masters in Higher Education in North America 2018. Technology is a fundamental part of the way we interact with the world, and our 30-hour MEd in Educational Technology is designed to teach you how to make it an effective, integral part of the learning process. Through expert instruction and challenging coursework, you’ll develop all the skills necessary for taking on technology leadership roles not only in schools but in corporate and human-services settings as well. With three specialization tracks to choose from, all offered fully online, you can pursue your degree on a schedule that fits your life. Before you get started, you’ll need A bachelor’s degree The prerequisites required by the education college’s admissions policy Access to a computer, webcam, and high-speed Internet as well as basic computer and word-processing skills Degrees You Can Earn MEd Educational Technology, General: This track offers you a solid foundation in the educational technology field, with classes such as digital learning environments, social networks and media-infused learning, and multimedia design. You will also do an internship in the integration of curriculum and technology in education. MEd Educational Technology, Business Track: The business track equips you with knowledge you need to apply educational technology theories and practices to industry settings. You’ll take classes such as business and society and management and information systems, and will do an internship in the integration of curriculum and technology in education. MEd Educational Technology, Adult & Higher Education Track: This track prepares you to take on educational leadership... [-]