Lead Faculty: Dr. Joseph Marron, Ed.DThe Program is designed to provide candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary for leadership positions in institutions of Higher Education. Candidates will learn to apply sound educational theory, leadership and strategic management techniques in the planning, evaluation and implementation of instructional programs and student services. Candidates will learn strategies for managing and implementing change in the dynamic higher education environment. Developing and maintaining positive community relationships and addressing diverse community needs and interests will be addressed, along with financial management and case law pertinent to higher education.
To receive a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration, students must complete at least 45 quarter units of graduate work. A total of 4.5 quarter units of graduate credit may be granted for equivalent graduate work completed at another institution, as it applies to this degree and if the units were not used in earning another advanced degree and provided the coursework was completed within the past 7 years. Course equivalence cannot be granted for life experience. Please refer to the graduate information section of the University catalog for admission and evaluation.
This program is available online.