Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
202 Hill Hall
Due to multiple and growing demands upon the academy for quality control, accountability, and productivity, administration of higher education has become increasingly complex. The Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration is designed to address the need for enhanced understanding of the higher education institutional context and for improved skills in areas required for effective administration of the higher education enterprise.
The Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration is designed to provide students with an overview of higher education administration and governance, and with some technical knowledge about various aspects of administration (e.g., finance, law, policy).
|Six semester hours/two 3-credit courses|
|ED_LPA 9450||Administration and Governance of Higher Education||3|
|ED_LPA 9451||Higher Education Finance||3|
|Six semester hours/two 3-credit courses, select two of the following:||6|
|Program Planning in Higher Education|
|Student Affairs Administration|
|College Student Culture and Environment|
|History of Higher Education in the United States|
|Overview of Higher Education|
|Introduction to Post-Secondary Law|
|The Community College|
|Higher Education Policy|
For more information about this graduate certificate, contact the ELPA Department by phone at 573-882-8221 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at https://gradstudies.missouri.edu/fged/13.0401-Gedt-Higher_Ed_Admin.html.