Master of Science in Student Affairs Administration

The concentration in Student Affairs Administration prepares individuals for roles in Student Affairs and Student Services in higher education. This concentration is 36 credit hours, including an internship requirement that provides real work experience in an area of Student Affairs or college student services. Even though this is a fully online program, some of our students obtain Graduate Assistantships in student life, residence life, and other student service offices. 

Student Affairs Administration offers a variety of courses focused on college student development, campus diversity, student engagement, academic advising, program assessment, and campus leadership. Graduates enter the higher education workforce as knowledgeable practitioners ready to help college students succeed.

NO GRE SCORES REQUIRED. Priority application deadline is April 1 for Fall admission and November 1 for Spring admission.