Student Affairs in Higher Education Master of Science (M.S.) in Student Affairs in Higher Education

Career Opportunities

The SAHE graduate program provides learners with a wide range of skills needed to work as a practitioner in student affairs and higher education administration in a college setting.

Graduates are currently employed in:

  • Student affairs in the following areas: admissions, academic advising, alumni relations, campus activities, campus recreation, career services, dean of students, enrollment services, Greek life, health and wellness, housing and dining, judicial affairs, orientation and transition programs, parent and family programs, student center/union management, student leadership development, and student diversity programs
  • Higher education administration in the following areas: administration, financial management, facilities management, and the general counsel's office
  • Non-profit management
  • Training and development in the private sector

What Next?

  • Learn more about being a student in this program, including information about course structure, assignments, time commitments, and interaction with peers and faculty.

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