Student Learning Outcomes - Upon completion of this certificate students will have a base of knowledge in the theories and practices of post-secondary learning and an understanding of the dynamic administrative environment of higher education.
Develop a working knowledge of higher education, history, legal issues, administration, governance, and finance.
Understand the roles and responsibilities of faculty.
Understand the adult learner in post-secondary environments.
Design, implement, and evaluate higher education curriculum and assessments.
Analyze the principles and techniques of presenting content specific information to facilitate student learning.
To be accepted into the program, a student must have a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum overall GPA of 2.70 (based on 4.00 scale). In addition to completing the Graduate School application process, two letters of recommendation and a personal statement of career goals and programs fit must be submitted electronically to the program. These documents can be sent to email@example.com.