The College’s new Master’s program in Higher Education Leadership and Administration is a 10-course, 30-credit graduate degree program expressly designed to enhance the leadership skills of aspiring college leaders.The focus of the program is to provide graduate-level academic courses in higher education administration to prepare students for senior-level leadership positions at colleges and universities, higher education agencies, higher education research organizations and other organizations that develop policies and offer programs in the higher education environment. The program is a 30 credit hour, 10-course program that is geared toward practitioners.
The proposed Master’s degree in Higher Education Leadership and Administration (HLA) is a 30 graduate credit program. 7 courses or 21 credits are designated as required courses. Three courses or 9 credits fall into the elective category. The information that follows details the required courses and the list of elective courses from which students will choose 9 credits. What is the Institute for Leadership in Higher Education? The Institute for Leadership in Higher Education, housed within the Thelma P. Lally School of Education, will offer degree and certificate programs in higher education administration to early career and mid-career professionals intent on pursuing senior leadership positions in colleges and universities, and in other higher education environments at the state, regional and national level. Academic programs and courses will be offered in both traditional seminar and hybrid e-learning formats. The Institute, in addition to offering academic programs, will host lectures and conferences on relevant issues in higher education. Participants in these activities will include prominent national leaders and experts within the field of higher education. Participants in Institute programs will be encouraged and supported to publish articles and research on major issues affecting the future of colleges and universities in America and throughout the world.
Faculty affiliated with the Institute programs, especially degree-granting programs will come from the extraordinarily deep and talented ranks of senior faculty and administrators at The College of Saint Rose. This cadre of exceptional faculty will be augmented by adjunct faculty specialists in various fields such as specialists in higher education law, higher education finance, program assessment and evaluation. Current and former college presidents from throughout the nation will be invited to guest lecture in various Institute programs. Given the range of challenges and opportunities affecting the future of higher education in America, the broadest array of experienced talent will be sought to teach and guest lecture within Institute programs.
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Recipient: The College of Saint Rose
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