Higher Education & Student Affairs MA

Change the World From Here

Higher Education & Student Affairs MA

The Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) combines a rigorous academic curriculum with practicum experiences in various areas of student life. Every HESA course is infused with an examination of equity and a passion for social justice. Class conversations and coursework focus on improving access to higher education for first generation and low-income students.

Subjects

  • Education
  • Higher Education

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