The M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) program is designed to prepare administrative professionals for a career in student affairs through a curriculum taught by faculty who are both scholars and practitioners. With coursework focused on learning professional competencies needed to be successful in a wide range of settings on college and university campuses, this master’s degree prepares you to succeed in an administrative capacity and increase your ability to manage, communicate effectively and establish healthy and effective working relationships. The SAHE master's degree is offered in two formats: Main Campus Face-to-Face and through CSU Online.

Effective Fall 2006

Select two credits from the following:2
Workshop: Student Personnel-Admissions
Workshop: Student Personnel-College Union Administration
Workshop: Student Personnel-Housing/Auxiliary Services
Workshop: Student Personnel-International Programs
Workshop: Student Personnel-Career Services
Workshop: Student Personnel-Service Learning
Workshop: Student Personnel-Wellness Programs
Workshop: Advising Student Groups
Workshop: Student Personnel-Access and Opportunity in Higher Education
Workshop: Student Personnel-Leadership and Service in Higher Education
Workshop: Student Personnel-Working with Student's Parents and Families
Workshop: Student Personnel-Spiritual Dimensions of Student Development
EDHE 660Financial Management in Student Affairs2
EDHE 661Inclusive University3
EDHE 662Trends/Issues/Assessment in Higher Education2
EDHE 670College Student Personnel Administration3
EDHE 671Higher Education Administration3
EDHE 672Ethical and Practical Issues-Student Affairs2
EDHE 673Student Development Theory3
EDHE 676Organizational Behavior in Student Affairs3
EDHE 677Law in Student Affairs3
EDHE 678Capstone in Student Affairs2
EDRM 600Introduction to Research Methods3
EDRM 602Action Research3
or EDRM 666 Program Evaluation
EDRM 698Research4
EDUC 502Human Relations in Education3
EDUC 686APracticum: Administration4
or EDUC 686B Practicum: Urban Teaching
Program Total Credits:45

A minimum of 45 credits are required to complete this program.