Increasing numbers of students will be enrolling in higher education degree programs during the next decade, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.*
When you earn an online Master of Science (MS) in Higher Education degree, you can gain skills and knowledge you need to develop and lead programs, services, and classes that can help students reach their full potential. Walden’s online master’s in higher education degree can help you enhance your understanding of the higher education environment across a range of functions as you learn the latest strategies and technologies that can help you and the students at your institution succeed.
Graduates of the Walden online Master’s in Higher Education degree program can gain the knowledge and skills needed to:
- Apply an understanding of higher education systems, business principles, and student learning in solving institutional problems to drive institutional and student success.
- Make effective decisions based on critical evaluation of research and data.
Articulate the perspectives and interests of multiple stakeholders.
- Choose leadership approaches appropriate to the culture of the organization.
- Demonstrate an ability to deploy resources to achieve intended results.
- Evaluate the potential impact of policies and processes on student outcomes.
Find detailed information for the Adult Learning specialization of this program, or all other specializations of this program, including possible occupations, completion rate, program costs, and median student loan debt.
*National Center for Education Statistics Fast Facts on the Internet at http://nces.ed.gov/fastFacts/display.asp?id=98.
Walden offers both state-approved educator licensure programs as well as programs and courses that do not lead to licensure or endorsements. Prospective students must review their state licensure requirements prior to enrolling. For more information, please refer to www.WaldenU.edu/educlicensure.
Note on Teacher Licensure or Certification
This program does not lead to teacher licensure or certification. Teachers are advised to contact their individual school districts as to whether this program may qualify for salary advancement.