About Higher Education Management
Programs designed to meet your individual needs. Recognized faculty working in the field who have a personal interest in your success. Creating a perspective that is global in scope. This is Higher Education Management.
Administrative and Policy Studies students and assistant professor Linda DeAngelo pose for a picture at the Drive-In Student Affairs Research Conference at Ohio State University. Attending and presenting at conferences is an important part of developing as a professional and scholar in the field of student affairs.
Examples of Internship Locations
- University of Pittsburgh
- Carlow University
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Community College of Allegheny County
- Point Park University
- Chatham University
- Robert Morris University
Meet a Few of Our Faculty
Assistant Professor Linda DeAngelo
and Assistant Professor Gina Garcia
help lead the program and teach various courses.
Types of Positions for Graduates
The MEd student services
track prepares graduate students to assume entry-level professional positions in student and academic affairs including admissions, financial aid, and academic advising.
The MEd management
track prepares graduates for careers at a university in areas such as facilities management, human resources, job placement, fundraising, or institutional advancement.
prepares graduates for senior administrative careers in post-secondary education as well as applied research and careers in governmental agencies and policy research centers. The PhD
prepares graduates prepares students for positions as university faculty, researchers at educational think tanks and major policy institutes, and as leaders of administrative units.
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