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The Nonprofit Management master’s program equips professionals to excel in nonprofit management careers, whether in international or community nonprofits, foundations, institutions of higher education, health care or the arts, or as fundraising and development experts who work throughout the sector. Read more
The Nonprofit Management master’s program equips professionals to excel in nonprofit management careers, whether in international or community nonprofits, foundations, institutions of higher education, health care or the arts, or as fundraising and development experts who work throughout the sector.

For students and professionals who wish to work with mission-based organizations providing some of the most fundamental and important services to our communities, Columbia’s M.S. in Nonprofit Management will prepare you for leadership roles.

With over $900 billion flowing through the nonprofit sector in one recent year alone, comprising 5.4% of the United States GDP and employing 10% of U.S. non-government employment, the nonprofit sector has emerged as a powerful economic engine. The growth of the nonprofit sector requires new policy considerations and sophisticated advocacy strategies. Nonprofit professionals now must be conversant with and utilize new technologies, digital media and data analytics to further their organization’s mission. International perspectives are more important to this sector than ever, with private/public partnerships being deployed to help solve some of the most intractable problems across the globe.

The increasingly sophisticated nonprofit sector now demands its professionals to have management skills tailored to the unique needs of this mission-based sector. The M.S. in Nonprofit Management at Columbia is your portal to mastering cutting-edge applications of management skills to this particular sector, as well as exploring current issues in policy, law, digital strategies, and risk management.

Choose Options Online and On Campus

The program may be taken part-time or full-time, and students have the flexibility of pursuing many courses on Columbia’s campus in New York City, or online. Some courses are available in a hybrid format offered partly on campus and partly online, combining the benefits of each.

No matter the course modality, students have access to rigorous, world-class instruction by Columbia faculty, group projects and activities, career and professional development, and personal feedback on assignments.

Online, students use a highly collaborative and interactive social learning platform to connect with their instructors and fellow students. All online courses have weekly live classroom meetings with their professors to enable dynamic interaction around course content. In addition, students may participate in discussion groups, complete collaborative and independent coursework, contribute to forums and live polling, and watch videos.

International students on an F1 visa may enroll in one online class each semester.

Funding and Financial Resources

We want to make sure that the cost of your continuing education and professional studies do not stand in the way of your goals.
Most students at the School of Professional Studies use a combination of savings, scholarships, loans, outside grants, sponsors, or employer tuition benefits to cover the cost of attendance. However you choose to finance your education, consider it an investment in your future, and know that we, in conjunction with the Office of Student Financial Planning, are here to help and advise you along the way.

For more information on available funding please visit the website: http://sps.columbia.edu/applied-analytics/master-of-science-in-applied-analytics/tuition-and-financing/financial-resources

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The MA in Student Affairs in Higher Education program represents what a well-rounded academic program is all about—academic excellence, plus geographical, cultural, and ethnic diversity. Read more
The MA in Student Affairs in Higher Education program represents what a well-rounded academic program is all about—academic excellence, plus geographical, cultural, and ethnic diversity. Coursework and assistantships—held by about 90 percent of our students—blend academic achievement with real-world responsibilities so that you are fully prepared for entry-level and mid-management jobs, depending on your past experience.

STUDENTS FROM A VARIETY OF PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC BACKGROUNDS

A typical SAHE entering class includes graduates of private and public institutions, from very small to very large, from all sections of the country. Many students are returning to graduate school after having worked for a few years.

YOUR COHORT BECOMES PART OF YOUR PROFESSIONAL NETWORK

All students join a fall cohort and either begin classes in the summer or in fall. With the cohort model you surround yourself with like-minded learners who will become members of your professional network. You progress through a prescribed sequence of courses as a group, and, together, you’ll discover the history of your profession while mastering the theories and techniques that have proven effective when working with diverse campus populations.

THE MA IN STUDENT AFFAIRS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

This program introduces you to the key principles and responsibilities of this area of study. Practical experiences provided by your assistantship and practicums help transition you from the classroom to your first job in the field.

A minimum of 42 credits (36 required and 6 credits of elective or thesis), a portfolio requirement, and the equivalent of two academic years of full-time study are required to earn the Master of Arts degree.

Student Affairs is an applied science field and, as such, you will:
-Understand theories of personality and human development.
-Learn elements of research.
-Acquire specific skills and techniques for helping others learn, grow, and develop.
-Comprehend organizational management theory and practice.
-Complete a variety of practice-oriented courses.

You will also demonstrate professional competence by writing either a thesis or completing six hours of approved electives along with a final semester portfolio completed during the final semester.

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- Do you want to cultivate creativity and breakthroughs on your team?. - Design and prototype the latest hot product or service as a new venture or inside a company?. Read more
- Do you want to cultivate creativity and breakthroughs on your team?
- Design and prototype the latest hot product or service as a new venture or inside a company?
- Build an authentic brand that propels your business ahead of the competition?

Immerse yourself in innovation and entrepreneurship at the University of San Francisco’s unique two- to ten-day executive education certificate programs for groups of 15-25 professionals or university graduate students.

Led by fellow executives and entrepreneurs right in the heart of San Francisco and Silicon Valley, the University of San Francisco’s dynamic curriculum includes expert lectures, company visits, networking events, educational tours, hands-on projects and simulation workshops.

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The M.S. in College Student Affairs is designed to prepare students for the expanded roles and responsibilities of student affairs professionals in today's diverse college and university educational environments. Read more

The M.S. in College Student Affairs is designed to prepare students for the expanded roles and responsibilities of student affairs professionals in today's diverse college and university educational environments. Students will learn and experience the practical application of the knowledge base and skill sets of student affairs administration and conflict analysis and resolution in higher education organizational settings. The program is designed for students who are interested in a career in student affairs, and for those currently working in student affairs who seek to advance their own personal knowledge and professional credentials. The M.S. program consists of a 15 course (45 credits) sequence that places emphasis on two core concentrations, Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Student Affairs in Higher Education.

* Students in DCAR who are counting a concentration in Organizations and Schools using College Student Personnel Administration courses towards their degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution will not be able to complete the M.S. in College Student Affairs as an additional degree.

Program Formats

The M.S. program is offered in both residential and distance learning formats. The flexible distance learning formats allow mid career working adults and those unable to attend the residential program, to study college student affairs in a creative, rigorous, and structured fashion. Students enrolled in the distance learning program participate in Residential Institutes on the Fort Lauderdale campus twice per year, as well as online Web-based courses. Each RI is 5 days long. Currently the RIs are held in February and late September or October. Please visit the Residential Institute page for current information.

Students may enroll full or part time, taking six to nine credit hours per term. Students who enroll in 3 courses per term can expect to complete the program in five terms. Part-time students can expect to complete the program in three years. Summer attendance is mandatory.

Master's students are provided NSU computer accounts including email and Blackboard, but must obtain their own Internet service providers, use their own computer systems and have a usable web camera. Online students use the web to access course materials, announcements, email, distance library services, subscription library databases, and other information, and for interaction with faculty and fellow students. Online, interactive learning methods are based on the use of Blackboard as a course management system. Online activities facilitate frequent student-to-faculty and student-to-student interaction. They are supported by threaded discussion boards, white boards, chat rooms, email, and multimedia presentations. In addition, Blackboard enables students to submit assignments online in multimedia formats and to receive their professors' reviews of assignments online in the same formats.

Curriculum

The following courses are required for the master's program in College Student Affairs.

Courses

  • CSPA 5001 The 21st Century College Student
  • CSPA 5002 Current Issues and Trends in Higher Education
  • CSPA 5003 The College Student and the Law
  • CSPA 5004 Administration in College Student Affairs Work
  • CSPA 5005 College Student Affairs and the Greater University
  • CSPA 5006 Student and Adult Development in College
  • CSPA 5040 Human Factors
  • CSPA 5100 Mediation Theory and Practice
  • CSPA 5200 Research Design and Program Evaluation
  • CSPA 6000 Organizational Conflict: Theory and Practice
  • CSPA 6140 Facilitation Theory and Practice
  • CSPA 6130 Practicum I
  • CSPA 6160 Practicum II
  • CSPA 6300 Applied Research & Assessment in Student Affairs I
  • CSPA 6330 Applied Research & Assessment in Student Affairs II

Practicum

To complete the M.S. in College Student Affairs, students must complete a total of 130 hours of practicum. Students are responsible for documenting practicum hours, and must have these hours verified and signed by an on-site supervisor. The practicum experience is designed to provide students with an experiential opportunity to utilize student affairs theory and practice within a diversity of professional settings. Students will have the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts within a practical framework.

Students complete two practicums during their course of study. Practicum I offers students the opportunity to explore a breadth of student affairs functions and gain exposure, knowledge and experience in the variety of programs and services that make up a college/university division of student affairs: residential life, housing, career services, student union, student activities, leadership development, recreation and wellness, volunteer services, special events, judicial programs and the office of the dean of students.

Practicum II will offer students the opportunity to gain in-depth exposure, knowledge and experience in a selected area of specialization in student affairs that supports their professional goals and prepares them to work in a professional student affairs position. Practicum II has a specific focus on career development in the College Student Affairs profession. Practicum experiences may take place at Nova Southeastern University or another college or university.

Some practicum sites require a background check before the practicum placement can begin. Generally the background check is at the student's expense and should be done as soon as possible before the practicum term.

Examinations & Evaluations

In addition to successfully completing all course work, and obtaining the required practicum hours discussed above, students must pass a comprehensive examination to be awarded the M.S. in College Student Affairs. When a student has completed all coursework and practicum hours, has maintained a minimum of 3.0 GPA with no "incomplete" grades, and is a "student in good standing" with no disciplinary actions pending or disciplinary tasks to complete, the student will be eligible to take the comprehensive examination. The comprehensive exam is an assessment of the student's ability to integrate the knowledge and skills gained through course work and the practicum experience. The exam tests the student's written ability to critically analyze and apply conflict assessment, theory, and research methodology to hypothetical conflict situations. The exam also tests knowledge of material specific to the academic curriculum.

The comprehensive exam is offered three times a year: in January, May and August. The exam has two sections; students must answer two questions from each section.



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The Bard MBA in Sustainability prepares students for leadership positions in a variety of business environments—from innovative start-ups to major corporations—with in-depth knowledge of core business skills through the lens of sustainability. Read more

The Bard MBA Degree Program

The Bard MBA in Sustainability prepares students for leadership positions in a variety of business environments—from innovative start-ups to major corporations—with in-depth knowledge of core business skills through the lens of sustainability. The curriculum provides a grounding in management essentials, with a continual focus on the integrated bottom line: economic success, environmental integrity, and social equity. Bard College, including the MBA program, is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

The Bard MBA curriculum is built to simultaneously provide students with the core business competencies needed to pursue business management careers while exploring new ways managing organizations to pursue an integrated bottom line strategy. Bard’s curriculum—where sustainability principles are embedded in a core business curriculum—challenges students to examine not just the economic impacts of the decisions they make, but the social and environmental impacts as well while also giving them the skills to make the business case for sustainability. You can find more information on courses and modules available here: http://www.bard.edu/mba/program/fulltime/

Funding and Scholarships

Bard MBA offers variety of options for financial assistance to reduce the cost of attendance. Students may apply for fellowships, campus employment positions, or student loans. Bard MBA offers Graduate Fellowships to qualified applicants. Fellowships are a tuition reduction and do not require additional work or service to the program. Fellowships are awarded on a merit and need basis. All incoming students are eligible for Fellowships. Fellowships are reviewed yearly and are not renewed automatically. Additionally, all applicants are strongly encouraged to research external sources of funding and to apply for scholarships and grants that will support the tuition costs and living expenses of the program. External awards can be held concurrently with a Bard MBA Graduate Fellowship. Bard MBA also offer campus employment opportunities. You can find more information on funding and scholarships here: http://www.bard.edu/mba/admission/financialaid/

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Go strong for education. The Meredith M.Ed. No matter how strong you are as a teacher, the Meredith M.Ed. will make you even stronger. Read more
Go strong for education. The Meredith M.Ed.

No matter how strong you are as a teacher, the Meredith M.Ed. will make you even stronger. Our renowned program – designed for licensed K-12 teachers – will deepen your knowledge or prepare you for a new role in education. You'll improve your classroom teaching effectiveness and develop professionally. You'll be ready to succeed in leadership positions within schools or school systems.

The Meredith Master of Education program in Raleigh is one of the region's best. Schools seek out and hire Meredith-trained educators. And graduates consistently receive local, state, and national educator awards.

With five specialized tracks – academically and intellectually gifted, elementary education, English as a second language, reading, and special education (general curriculum) – the men and women who complete the Meredith M.Ed. are well prepared to make an impact in their schools.

Program Quick Facts

- Accredited by NCATE (now CAEP)
- 33-36* credit hours (11-12 courses)
- Coeducational program open to men and women
- Classes blend in-person, hybrid, and online courses
- Courses are scheduled from 5-7:50 p.m. in the fall and spring semesters and 4:30-8 p.m. in the summer session. Courses meet once per week during the school year, twice per week in the summer
- Typical time to degree is 2.5 years
- Admission deadlines are July 1 for fall (classes begin in August), November 1 for spring (classes begin in January), and April 1 for summer (classes begin in May)
- 98% of students are currently employed as teachers
- Total tuition is $19,800** ($550 per credit hour) plus additional program fees
- Financial assistance is available

*Number of credit hours varies by specialty track.
** Based on 36 credit hours

Strong Reputation

As one of the strongest programs in the region, Meredith has a reputation for educating confident and capable teachers. That’s why so many schools seek out Meredith-trained educators who enter the classroom and make an immediate impact.

Convenient Scheduling

Because 98% of Meredith M.Ed. students are currently employed as teachers, the program offers a convenient course schedule to fit with working teachers' schedules. And for additional flexibility, some online and hybrid courses are offered.

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available to M.Ed. students. Options include the Federal TEACH Grant (ESL, reading and special education/general curriculum), financial aid, and need-based scholarships.

License Renewal

Current teachers who are interested in renewing a teaching license may take master’s level courses as a non-degree student.

Other admission requirements

Official report of scores of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), mailed directly from the Educational Testing Service or official mailed scores from the Miller Analogies Test (MAT). Statement of Work Experience (resume or C.V.). Copy of teaching license. Responses to essay questions.

See website for more information on entry into this course: http://www.meredith.edu/academics/schools/education_health_and_human_sciences/graduate_programs/master_of_education/

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