Higher education master’s degree students will (a) understand their own cultures; (b) understand the cultures and characteristics of college students; (c) and understand how institutional structures can reinforce systems of oppression and (d) begin to develop equitable and inclusive educational programs that provide access and support success for all students, especially historically underrepresented student populations.
Higher education master’s degree students will (a) apply culturally and linguistically relevant leadership and organization theories; and (b) apply core management and community engagement skills (e.g., planning, environmental scanning, legal compliance, risk management, use of technology, budgeting, and human resource management) to student affairs practice.
Higher education master’s degree students will demonstrate use of an anti-racist lens in the (a) analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of current research; (b) design of processes to assess student learning and development in the co-curriculum; and (c) planning and implementation of formative and summative program evaluations and research projects.
*Retrieved from AMS February 27, 2023. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.
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