The Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) program prepares graduates for a variety of professional roles in higher education administration and student affairs, from academic advising to residential life, admissions to athletic programs. Graduates work in two- and four-year institutions, public research universities, private liberal arts colleges, graduate/professional schools, and for-profit institutions.
Through the combination of coursework, supervised fieldwork, and either the Master’s Seminar or Thesis option, PASA students acquire the knowledge, skills, and perspectives essential for success in a range of higher education settings.
- Creating Communities of Interest
- Student Affairs Work in College
- Student Development in Higher Education
Fieldwork provides students with an opportunity to gain supervised professionally relevant experience in a higher education setting.
- ME Educational Counseling
People are saying
Randy Flores – PASA – ‘14
I loved the well roundedness of the program, from the history to the legal aspects, from looking at the changes and challenges to tackling issues such as access and equitability.
The Admissions Committee seeks students whose academic background, professional goals, leadership abilities, and communication skills, both written and oral, meet the demands of the program and show promise for a successful career as a student affairs professional.