Master's in Student Affairs in Higher Education
The Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) track* integrates counseling theory and practice, student development theories, higher education administration, and student services programming with a specialized focus on multicultural affairs and diversity education. Walsh University's SAHE program combines a strong counseling core curriculum with student affairs/higher education specialty courses and a multicultural/diversity focus. Our program features experienced faculty and small class sizes at our convenient Northeast Ohio location to assure individual attention and encourage active participation. Several courses are available in an accelerated, 8-week format to give students an opportunity to increase the pace of their degree path.
Master's in Student Affairs in Higher Education Career Opportunities
Graduates of this program will be prepared for a wide variety of college personnel roles and functions including student affairs programming and administration, residence life and housing, multicultural affairs, student academic success programs, global learning, international student and service learning programs, and beyond. In addition to post master's employment opportunities in higher education, graduates with this degree could go on to pursue a Ph.D. or Ed.D. in higher education with the goal of seeking executive administrative positions in universities or teaching in graduate programs.
What a Site Supervisor Has to Say:
"Working with our Walsh University Student Affairs in Higher Education intern was a great experience for our office, students and me. Our intern had such a great base of knowledge and skills from her program and classroom learning, which allowed her to make an immediate impact in the office by helping with essential student appointments, workshops and other projects. It is clear the program helps to develop positive higher education professionals who have a continual thirst for knowledge and professional development. As the supervisor, I was able to grow professionally from the experience and always had strong support and communication from the Walsh program faculty."