Master of Higher Education Online
The Higher Education Program Professional Master’s Program is a national online master’s degree program (M.Ed.) offered in a cohort model for professionals who have worked in higher education for a minimum of two years. Learners select a particular emphasis to meet their educational goals:
Community College. This emphasis is designed to help community college professionals develop a deeper understanding of two-year colleges, preparing you to move into mid-level faculty, administrative, or staff positions in your current or future community college.
Higher Education Administration. This emphasis is designed to help four-year college and university professionals develop a deeper understanding of administration, preparing you to move into mid-level faculty, administrative, or staff positions in your current or future four-year college or university.
Law. This emphasis is designed to help college and university professionals develop an understanding of the legal aspects of higher education, preparing you to move into administrative positions that address and coordinate compliance with state and federal rules and regulations.
BENEFITS OF UT
The University of Toledo is a 4 year, public, regionally accredited, university that has been serving students since 1872. As a student, you will enjoy: direct contact with your Success Coach and advisers, and interactive faculty to help you achieve your goals. UT also has many resources that will enhance your learning experience such as: eTutoring, IT Help Desk, and eLibrary.
The program consists of 30-semester hours of online coursework, with 2 eight-week courses taken each semester. The curriculum for this degree program consists of 6 core courses, and 4 courses in a specific emphasis.
Postsecondary education administrators work in colleges, universities, community colleges, and technical and trade schools; employment is projected to grow 9 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Read more about opportunities in the "Occupation Outlook Handbook."
Applicants to the program must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.7.
Students who fail to meet this requirement may be considered for provisional admission if they demonstrate excellent promise for graduate study through other objective measures.