Today’s administrators must develop the expertise to move institutions forward, while ensuring that institutional values and educational quality are preserved. The Master's in Higher Education Administration program will equip administrators with tools to help their institutions succeed in this rapidly evolving environment. The overall goal of this program is to produce professionals who advance the core mission of higher education, while enjoying a fulfilling and rewarding profession.
Upon successfully completing the Master's in Higher Education Administration, you will be able to:
Creative and Critical Thinking: Apply creative and analytical skills in formulating evidence- based recommendations and solutions to higher education administrative challenges.
Global Competence: Apply knowledge of higher education systems, policies, and practices and work effectively with diverse actors in the United States and across global contexts.
Ethical Reasoning and Values: Develop an ethical framework to guide decision-making that advances social justice in higher education.
Applied Problem Solving: Integrate higher education theory and research with administrative practices and processes to develop and execute solutions to complex problems.
Information Literacy: Analyze and interpret data and trends for assessment, planning, and decision making in higher education.
Technological Competency: Creatively use relevant technological tools to address challenges and opportunities within higher education.
Communication: Synthesize the needs and perspectives of diverse stakeholders to communicate complex ideas and solutions across internal and external audiences.
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Guidance Related to COVID-19
Updated Tuesday, July 20th, 2021 at 12:35 PM EDT
SCS continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and respond in support of the University community. Currently, all summer term courses will continue through distance instruction.
In terms of the Fall 2021 semester, the School of Continuing Studies will resume regular operations effective August 16 at the 640 Massachusetts Avenue building, unless otherwise noted for specific programs.