Master of Education - College Student Affairs

Program of Study

College Student Affairs Curriculum

Full-time students in the CSA program typically complete the program as a cohort, while most part-time students work with multiple cohorts.  The schedule below represents a typical plan of study for full-time students.  However, your academic advisor and the graduate catalogue should always be consulted for your approved plan of study.

Curriculum & Instruction, M.Ed. Program: Full-Time Student Course Sequence
Year Fall Term Spring Term Summer Term
1

SDS 6042
Introduction to Higher Education and Student Affairs (3 credits)

SDS 6701
Diversity in Higher Education (3 credits)

EDF 6944
Practicum (3 credits)

 

SDS 6645
Student Development Theory
(3 credits)   

SDS 6703
Law and Student Affairs (3 credits)

EDF 6481
Foundations of Educational Research (3 credits): ONLINE
Or
Elective: ONLINE

 

SDS 6030
Advising and Helping Skills in Student Affairs
(3 credits)

Elective: IN PERSON or ONLINE
Or
EDF 6481
Foundations of Ed Research: IN PERSON

                        

 
  Total Credit Hours = 9 Total Credit Hours = 9 Total Credit Hours = 6
Curriculum & Instruction, M.Ed. Program: Full-Time Student Course Sequence
Year Fall Term Spring Term 
2 SDS 6260
Student Affairs Assessment Practices (3 credits)

EDF 6938
Organization and Administration of Student Affairs (3 credits) 

 

SDS 6624
Campus Environments (3 credits)

SDS 6990
Trends and Issues in Higher Education and Student Affairs (3 credits)

 

EDF 6165
Group Process (3 credits) 

EDG 6627
Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction (3 credits)
 

Total Credit Hours = 9

Total Credit Hours = 9

Students holding a GA position must maintain a total of 9 hours during the Fall and Spring semesters and 6 hours during the Summer semester to be eligible for a tuition waiver.