Today’s higher education market is as competitive as ever, and with changing demographics, financial concerns, and legal policy requirements, the field has become increasingly difficult to navigate. To meet these challenges and to be a leader in higher education, you need to be well versed in the most sophisticated skills and knowledge to give you an edge over others in the field.
Best-suited for those seeking mid-to-senior level administrative roles, or seeking to transition into academia, our online Graduate Certificate in Higher Administration can help you develop the administrative skills to be prepared for the varied challenges and opportunities facing higher education institutions today and into the future.
In our Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration, you’ll:
Be prepared to take on mid-to-senior level administrative roles in higher education
Focus on social and technological trends and research-based strategies
Study topics such as teaching adult learners, today’s post-secondary student, higher education leadership, and higher education policy and governance
Identify current policies that drive higher education; analyze the political, social, and technology climate; and predict the effect on the future of higher education
Note: Post University’s Master of Education program is not a teacher licensure program. Please check with your state and/or local district to confirm the use of this degree towards any path to certification.
Students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration will develop skills in the areas of adult learning, post-secondary student affairs and services, higher education leadership and higher education policy in order to be prepared to meet the challenges of a changing world of higher education.
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