Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership M.A.

Program temporarily not accepting new applications for admissions.

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

See “Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership M.A.

Degree Requirements — 39 Credits

Required Courses — 30 hours

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 655Multiculturalism in Higher Education and Student Affairs

3

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

SRM 600Introduction to Graduate Research

3

HESA 675: minimum of 3 credits to meet program requirements

Elective Courses — 9 hours

MA students are required to take 9 credit hours of HESAL coursework at the 600 and/or 700 level. Students should select these courses in consultation with their advisor. Generally students will select from the following courses:

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

3

HESA 652Enrollment Management Services

3

HESA 658Helping Skills for Practitioners

3

HESA 660Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs

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 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 696Special Topics in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership

1- 4

Satisfactory performance on a concluding activity approved by division faculty, in accordance with Graduate School policy, must be demonstrated. All coursework for the program must be completed with a grade of "B-" or better.