The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Student Affairs program is designed to provide advanced training for higher education student affairs professionals. The program is tailored specifically to meet the unique challenges faced by those choosing careers in higher education, such as career counselors, residence life directors, orientation supervisors, admissions administrators, financial aid officers, or other student affairs professionals who desire to be a mentor for students. The M.Ed. in Student Affairs program focuses on the legal and business aspects of higher education, history and contemporary issues in higher education, development of the adult learner, strategic planning and program evaluation.
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Length: 36 credit hours.
Format: Eight-week courses delivered entirely online. Students may begin the program in August, October, January, March, May or June.
Results: Master of Education in Student Affairs degree
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Features: This program places an emphasis on understanding college students’ psychological and moral development, building successful student services programs, and grasping the business aspects of higher education.
The Master of Education in Student Affairs will prepare you for positions such as career counselor, residence life director, orientation supervisor, admissions administrator, financial aid officer or other student affairs related positions.
Upon completion of the M.Ed. in Student Affairs, you will understand more about the students you serve and the higher education environment. You will be a mentor for students as you foster character formation, provide servant leadership to college students, and promote values-based personal development.
Student Affairs Faculty Member Receives the Robert F. Newton Award for Distinguished Service
In recognition of his efforts in the Auxiliary Services profession, Dr. Jeff Pittman of Regent University has been honored by the National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) with the Robert F. Newton Award for Distinguished Service.