We strive to provide a balanced mix of theory with practice. In addition to being excellent teachers, our faculty is involved in research as part of the larger scholarly community and in service with practitioner groups on a state, regional, and national basis. Nine full-time faculty members, specializing in K-12 administration, higher education administration, community colleges, student affairs, research methodology, and education foundations/cultural studies, provide the instruction for these programs. The Department also typically employs adjunct professors, who serve as practicing administrators in both the K-12 and higher education arenas, to provide a real world perspective to your academic preparation.
- Higher Education in the United States
- Student Affairs Administration
- Finance in Higher Education
- Student Development Theories
- College Students and College Cultures
- Seminar I: Law and Higher Education
- Evaluating Educational Research
- 24 months
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- 2.7 (on a grading scale with 4.0=A; approximately a "B-" average) on the last two years of Bachelor's coursework
- 3.0 on all previous graduate work (approximately a "B" average)
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