Course Sequence - MAE (Fall 2012 & Fall 2013)

The following illustrates a typical program path for a full-time student.  You will develop your individual schedule in consultation with your academic advisor.

 

 


 

Program Path for full-time students - total of 44 Credit Hours

Fall of First Year -  9 credits

POSTSEC 6264 Introduction to Student Affairs (3)*
POSTSEC 6218 Organization and Governance of Postsecondary Education (3)
POSTSEC 6270 College Student Development (3)

 

Spring of First Year - 9 credits

POSTSEC 6286 Studies in Student Affairs Research (3)*
POSTSEC 6260 History and Philosophy of Higher Education (3)
POSTSEC 6290 Practicum (3)

 

Summer 6 credits
Practicum/internship/elective/core course

 

Fall of Second Year - 10 credits

POSTSEC 6266 Administration of Student Affairs (3)
POSTSEC 6231 Assessment in Postsecondary Education (3)*
Practicum/internship/elective/core course (3)
POSTSEC 6286 Studies in Portfolio Development (1)

 

Spring of Second Year - 10 credits

POSTSEC 6289 Seminar:  Current Issues in Student Affairs (3)*
Practicum/internship/elective/core course (3)
Practicum/internship/elective/core course (3)
POSTSEC 6286 Studies in Portfolio Development (1)

 

For a Program of Study (non-thesis) with the minimum of 44 credits, this allows for two elective courses.

 

 


 

Part-Time Students


Students who elect a part-time path through the program take either 3 or 6 credits each term.  The asterisked courses (*) indicate the first course that should be taken during each term; a second course can be determined in consultation with your advisor.

 

Thesis Option


A minimum of six credits of POSTSEC 6299 Research are required for a Program of Study involving a thesis. Six credits of POSTSEC 6299 Research may be substituted for six credits of electives. The thesis option requires a minimum of 48 credits.