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OHIO University Graduate Catalog 2020-21 
    
OHIO University Graduate Catalog 2020-21 [Archived Catalog]

College Student Personnel - ME


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Master of Education in College Student Personnel

College Student Personnel – ME6275

Department of Counseling and Higher Education
McCracken Hall
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701-2979
740.593.4400
hesa@ohio.edu

Delivery Mode: Athens Campus

Term of Entry: Fall

Program Overview

The CSP program is a full time, cohort-based program. The curriculum integrates theory and practice, blending courses in student development theory, student affairs administration, counseling, and higher education with hands-on experience in student affairs offices at Ohio University as well as neighboring institutions.

Most positions in the CSP program include a graduate assistantship (GA) in Student Affairs or another academic or administrative office at Ohio University. Admission to the CSP program and GA assignments are made independently. Admission decisions are made by the HESA faculty, while all decisions concerning GA positions are made by university administrators following our Interview Weekend. Interview Weekend takes place in Athens, Ohio each February.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students will comprehend realistically the different aspects of the student affairs profession.

  1. Students will analyze fundamental student affairs competency areas, including the structure and function of higher education, student development theories, diversity, and organization/administration, and assessment/evaluation.
  2. Students will apply leadership skills, interpersonal/helping skills, and scholarship skills to be student affairs professionals.
  3. Students will integrate their developing professional networks, their mentorship experiences, their assistantship/practicum experiences, and their academic experiences into their own unique career development.

Further Information

Link to Program:  https://www.ohio.edu/education/counseling-higher-education/college-personnel

Admission Requirements

A portfolio that includes a goal statement, transcripts of all previous post-secondary coursework, and three letters of recommendation. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required. Priority consideration is given to applications completed by January 1.

International Students

This program permits full-time enrollment in residence at Ohio University, and an I-20 may be issued based on admission to this program.

Graduation Requirements

Complete 48 credit hours as follows:

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