The M.A.E. in Higher Education and Student Affairs is a two-year program with a minimum of 30 credits required for graduation. Currently, two concentrations are offered: College Student Personnel Affairs and General Administration. The concentration in College Student Personnel Affairs prepares practitioners for positions in student affairs administration at the post-secondary level. The concentration in General Administration introduces students to theory, research, policy, and practice related to higher education administration. Combined, the programs support the mission of the higher education programs of preparing students to become competent professionals in higher education administration and management.
Courses generally meet once a week in the evening. Study is available on a full- or part-time basis. The small size of the master's program at Seton Hall University allows for frequent faculty interaction and close work with your adviser. We are committed to maintaining a small, selective and focused program that will prepare our graduates to pursue a range of possible careers.