Credits earned in the following certificate programs at NDMU can roll seamlessly into our higher education master's degree:
EDU 557 - Leadership (3)*
EDU 698 - Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in Higher Education (3)
EDU 760 - Legislative and Legal Decisions Affecting Changing Populations (3)
EDU 722 - Education and Policy Analysis for Higher Education (3)
EDU 803 - Assessment, Accreditation and the Strategic Planning Process (3)
EDU 804 - Finance, Philanthropy, and Budgeting for Higher Education (3)
EDU XXX - Internship in Higher Education Leadership (3)**
EDU XXX - Student Affairs (3)
EDU 563 - Curriculum Development (3)
BUS XXX - Principles of Philanthropic Development (3)*
EDU XXX - Principles of Enrollment Management and Retention (3)*
EDU 543 - Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Educational Research (3)
EDU 567 - Learning Theory and Practice (3)
EDU XXX - Principals of Enrollment Management and Retention (3)
EDU XXX - Financial Aid and Data Analytics for Enrollment Planning (3)
EDU XXX - Enrollment Marketing and Communications (3)
EDU XXX - Leadership and Strategic Planning for Enrollment Management Professionals (3)
BUS XXX - Principles of Philanthropic Development (3)
BUS XXX - Cultivating Donor Relations (3)
BUS XXX - Communication and Branding (3)
NPM 545 - Fundraising and Grant Writing (3)
Total Credits = 30-36
*Stackable in Areas of Certification
**If student elects an optional Area of Concentration, EDU XXX Internship in Higher Education is not required.
Course topics are infused with current strategies, trends, and real-world examples so that classroom learning lends itself to challenges you can expect to encounter in your career.
Small class sizes create an opportunity to connect with professors and encourage more meaningful class discussions.
In order to meet the needs of working students, all classes in the higher education master's degree are offered fully online.
Graduates will be prepared for leadership roles within higher education: