Stanford Institute for Higher Education Research Higher Education & Student Affairs The Higher Education & Student Affairs (HESA) program at Indiana University is a pioneer in the study of higher education and student affairs administration. Among the first departments in the country to offer degree programs in this field of study, the HESA program has a distinguished history and continues to be nationally recognized as a leader in the development of higher education scholar-practitioners. Our graduates serve as administrative leaders in postsecondary institutions throughout the country, researchers, as well as faculty members that continue to cultivate new insights and understandings in the field. We encourage you to explore our website and learn more about our degree programs. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or to learn more about our program. We look forward to meeting you! Master’s Program Master's Program Overview (video) Doctoral Programs Doctoral Program Overview (video) HESA Alumni Faculty HESA News and Events IUSPA Journal Awards & Recognition Courses
Teachers College, Columbia University: Organization & Leadership Departmental Mission The mission of The Department of Organization and Leadership is to educate, train, and serve current and future leaders. They include: administrators, policy makers, researchers, psychologists, and educators from around the world. Leaders, managers, and administrators for all types of organizations, with an emphasis on educational and nonprofit institutions and health organizations in both the private and public sectors; Those who help these leaders, managers, and administrators; and Those who conduct research pertinent to organizational dynamics and learning, and who teach leadership, administration, education policy, politics, organizational behavior, and organizational change. To accomplish this mission the Department provides programs in Adult Learning and Leadership, Education Leadership, Nurse Executive Education, Higher and Postsecondary Education, Politics and Education, and Social-Organizational Psychology.
Higher and Postsecondary Education@ Teachers College ::Program Home The Program in Higher and Postsecondary Education (HPSE) has a long tradition of preparing practitioners and scholars for leadership and research in the field of higher education. Teachers College was the first school in the United States to offer a degree Student Personnel Administration. This effort started in 1913 and since then our program has evolved in many ways. Today, our program, much like the field of higher education, has grown to capture the multifaceted aspects of postsecondary education. We emphasize developing knowledgeable practitioners who are familiar with the educational core of higher education (human and professional learning and development), the way colleges and universities are organized (organizational planning, design, governance, and administration), and the social contexts that shape them (social, cultural, economic, and historic). We offer three degree options: Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Education (Ed.M.), and Doctor of Education (Ed.D).
School of Education & Social Policy Higher and Postsecondary Education The Program in Higher and Postsecondary Education prepares individuals for leadership and professional roles in a variety of postsecondary settings. The Master of Arts program focuses on entry- and midlevel positions in student activities, enrollment management, financial aid, housing and residence life, student life, career services, and similar opportunities in student affairs. Doctoral programs help individuals develop competencies in such areas as urban college leadership, policy analysis, student affairs, institutional research, fiscal management, and international higher education. Students benefit from strong links with two- and four-year institutions in the metropolitan New York area as well as the frequent and close interaction among students, faculty, and NYU administrators.
M.S. in Fundraising and Grantmaking | New York University - SCPS Conferences and Events The George H. Heyman, Jr. Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising hosts events designed to provide information on the latest industry trends and developments. More Information