Student Affairs Leadership, MA
Offered in: Chicago
This online program is designed to provide a foundational understanding of student affairs as a field of practice and inquiry in higher education. Distinct features of the program are emphases on diversity, inclusion, social justice, and college student counseling and development. Students have opportunities to apply acquired knowledge and skills within a one semester internship (3 credit hours) and to learn from graduate students in other programs and colleges.
The program prepares students for careers in higher education, including work in residence life, admissions, new student orientation, financial aid, counseling centers, advising centers, career planning and placement, developmental learning services, advocacy and support programs (e.g., for students of color, lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgender students, veterans, women, international students, adults) and services for students with disabilities.
Applicants for admission must possess an undergraduate degree; a grade point average of at least 2.7 on a 4.0 scale (3.0 GPA is preferred); demonstrable communication and leadership skills; and core values consistent with the social justice mission of Roosevelt University.
To earn the MA degree, students must complete 30 credit hours of course work with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. No grades below C may apply toward the degree.
|SOCIAL & CULTURAL FOUNDATIONS|
|Concentration: College Counseling and Student Affairs||18|
|INTRO TO CC & SA|
|CLG STDT DEV:THEORIES & TOP|
|STDT SVCS:PRGMS PLCIES, PRACT|
|ENRLMNT MGMT IN AGE OF DISRUPT|
|HGHR ED LEGAL & FIN ISSUES|
|Total Credit Hours||30|