Degree Title: Master of Education
Program Name and Number: Higher Education - ME6276
Department/Unit: Counseling and Higher Education
Program Learning Objectives:
Program Overview: The master’s degree in higher education focuses upon the knowledge, values, attitudes, and skills needed by entry level administrators in leadership positions in higher education. Required coursework examines the background of higher education, the study of internal organizational standards, policy perspectives, and the principles of finance and governance. These programs are delivered in flexible formats, including regional campus and on-line instruction, to accommodate the schedules and experiences of working professionals.
Opportunities for Graduates: Students are prepared for entry level administrators in leadership positions in higher education.
Admission Requirements: Portfolio Admission Review; If undergraduate GPA is < 2.9 (4.0 scale) overall or < 3.25 for the last 90 quarter or equivalent semester hours, applicants must submit scores for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE); if GPA exceeds these levels, no test scores are required. Priority consideration is given to applications completed by January 15.