Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership Ph.D.

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Degree Requirements — 64 Credits

See “Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership Ph.D.”.

Degree Requirements

Required Courses — 9 hours

HESA 761Scholarly Writing for Scholar/Leaders

3

HESA 781Collaborative Inquiry for Scholar/Leaders

3

HESA 782Research Capstone in Higher Ed

3

NOTE: These three core courses are taught as a cohort and must be taken sequentially. These courses also fulfill the Graduate School requirements for second research tool.

Select 24 credits from the following, in consultation with advisor and committee:

HESA 601Introduction to Higher Education & Student Affairs

3

HESA 611Organization and Administration

3

HESA 612Higher Education Assessment and Evaluation

3

HESA 650College Student Development: Foundational Theory

3

HESA 651Philosophical, Historical and Cultural Foundations of Student Affairs in Higher Education

3

HESA 652Enrollment Management Services

3

HESA 655Multiculturalism in Higher Education and Student Affairs

3

HESA 658Helping Skills for Practitioners

3

HESA 660Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs

3

HESA 661Practicum in College Teaching for Student Development

3

HESA 665International Higher Education and Student Affairs

3

HESA 668College Students: Culture, Characteristics, Campus Life

3

HESA 669Culturally Responsive Aspects of Transformative Learning

3

HESA 670Internship in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership

6

HESA 671Introduction to Leadership in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership

3

HESA 675Field Experience in Student Affairs

1 - 3

HESA 680Law and Higher Education

3

HESA 683Finance and Resource Management in Higher Education

3

HESA 685Human Resources in Higher Education

3

HESA 690Public Policy in Higher Education

3

HESA 695Current Issues in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership

3

HESA 751Advanced College Student Development: Social Identity

3

HESA 765Advanced Multiculturalism

3

HESA 771Advanced Leadership in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership

3

SRM 700Advanced Research Methods

3

Research Core — 15

SRM 602Statistical Methods I

3

SRM 603Statistical Methods II

3

SRM 680Introduction to Qualitative Research

3

and either

6 additional credits of qualitative research methods

6

or

6 additional credits of quantitative research methods

6

Dissertation Proposal and Research — 16

HESA 797Doctoral Proposal Research

1 - 4

HESA 799Doctoral Dissertation

1 - 12

HESA 797: Take 4 hours

HESA 799: Take 12 hours

Additional enrollment in HESA 999 Graduate School Continuous Registration (1) may be required to comply with Graduate School policies on continuous registration.

NOTE: SRM 600 Introduction to Graduate Research (3) is a prerequisite to coursework in the Research Core. Any student who has not completed that course, or an equivalent course, prior to entry to the HESAL Ph.D. program must complete SRM 600; that course will not be applied to the above requirements for the Ph.D. All coursework for the program must be completed with a grade of “B-” or better. Written and oral comprehensive examinations may be taken after completion of specified coursework and two satisfactory progress reports. A document describing eligibility criteria and examination procedures may be obtained from the program office or the program website. Comprehensive examinations are offered in the fall and spring semesters.