The School of Education offers the 31-credit hour program Master of Higher Education Administration program to assist current and future professionals who seek administrative opportunities in the exciting and rewarding field of higher education. Realizing that there are many areas of professional service, the program has been designed to provide a strong grounding in general, administrative theory and practice. The degree is offered in both a traditional and online format.
Online students take classes on a cycle consisting of two or three courses each Fall and Spring semester and summer term. Since there are 9 three-hour courses, the cycle generally goes in a 2 plus 2 plus 2 plus 3-course cycle. For a complete list of the course cycle, see the MHEA Online Class Schedule.
Students can take 2 two-hour practicums once they have completed at least 9 graduate hours in the program. These practicums can be completed at a college or university near where you live. Learn more about the practicum requirements.
Once a student is admitted into the Higher Education Administration program, your advisor will provide an Alternate PIN and the Course CRN which you will use to register for classes.