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Administration and Supervision, Higher Education Concentration, M.Ed. 

Administration and Supervision

Specialize in higher education with M.Ed. in Administration. Tailored curriculum that is ideal for college professionals.

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Administration and Supervision, Higher Education Concentration, M.Ed.

The major in Administration and Supervision includes a concentration in higher education, which is designed for graduate students from junior or community colleges and/or four-year institutions who are interested in pursuing study in the area of higher education. Faculty members in the Womack Educational Leadership Department work with students who choose to specialize in higher education to assure that they complete requirements including a foundations core, a specialized core, and elective hours in order to develop a specialized professional knowledge base and skills in the student’s chosen area. Upon enrollment in the Higher Education program, students will select either the research path or practicum path.

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End of the semester gathering for Higher Education Master's, Ed.S. and Ed.D. programs

End of the semester gathering for Higher Education Master's, Ed.S. and Ed.D. programs

End of the semester gathering for students, faculty, and staff who are in the Higher Education Master's, Ed.S. and Ed.D. programs. This Admin and Supervision degree with a concentration in Higher Education, is designed for professionals who want a career at a higher education institution.

Graduate student Molly Mihm selected to attend FOSAS (Future of Student Affairs Summit) at James Madison University this summer

Graduate student Molly Mihm selected to attend FOSAS (Future of Student Affairs Summit) at James Madison University this summer

So proud of our College of Education graduate student Molly Mihm for being selected to attend FOSAS (Future of Student Affairs Summit) at James Madison University this summer. FOSAS is a high-impact professional development opportunity for student affairs professionals. Molly is a first-generation college student from Murfreesboro. She graduated last May with a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from the Jones College of Business. She works for the Office of Student Organizations and Service as a graduate assistant and serves on the 鶹Ӱ Board of Trustees as the Student Trustee.

News Briefs

End of the semester gathering for Higher Education Master's, Ed.S. and Ed.D. programs

End of the semester gathering for students, faculty, and staff who are in the Higher Education Master's, Ed.S. and Ed.D. programs. This Admin and Supervision degree with a concentration in Higher Education, is designed for professionals who want a career at a higher education institution.

Graduate student Molly Mihm selected to attend FOSAS (Future of Student Affairs Summit) at James Madison University this summer

So proud of our College of Education graduate student Molly Mihm for being selected to attend FOSAS (Future of Student Affairs Summit) at James Madison University this summer. FOSAS is a high-impact professional development opportunity for student affairs professionals. Molly is a first-generation college student from Murfreesboro. She graduated last May with a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from the Jones College of Business. She works for the Office of Student Organizations and Service as a graduate assistant and serves on the 鶹Ӱ Board of Trustees as the Student Trustee.

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Graduates from the Administration and Supervision program with the higher education concentration may be employed in a variety of positions at universities and community colleges. Examples include, but are not limited to, Academic Advisors, Admissions office representatives, Recruiters, Scheduling Center officials, Student Affairs administrators, Student Life administrators, and more. MTSU graduates are employed in universities, community colleges, and technology centers in Tennessee and other states; examples include:

  • Columbia State Community College
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  • Motlow State Community College
  • Tennessee Board of Regents
  • Tennessee Centers of Applied Technology
  • University of Memphis
  • University of Mississippi
  • University of North Alabama
  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • University of Tennessee
  • Volunteer State Community College

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