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Master of Higher Education Administration Program

Master of Higher Education AdministrationThe Master of Higher Education Administration (MHEA) degree offers emphases areas in:

  • Community and Technical College Administration
  • Leadership
  • Student Affairs

While complementary, the areas of emphasis are distinct. Skill and competence in specific educational administration areas are developed through individual and group assignments that combine theory with practical examples. Learners apply relevant theories to real-world higher education case study scenarios. The Master of Higher Education Administration program is designed to strengthen the leadership skills for educational administrators.

What can I do with the Master of Higher Education Administration degree?

The Master of Higher Education Administration degree will prepare students to demonstrate specific knowledge in the field of higher education administration including the skills and techniques necessary to enable them to:

  • Assume leadership positions in higher education
  • Adopt best-practice skills and models in higher education finance, curriculum design, legal issues, and distance learning
  • Think critically and ethically about the purposes, design, functions and character of higher education organizations and their service to society
  • Develop effective decision-making, leadership, management, and analytical skills
  • Examine the issues of governance in higher education and institutional adaptation to the changing environment
  • Make substantive contributions to society through leadership positions in public, not-for-profit, and for-profit higher education institutions
 

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Last Updated 8/16/13