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Program Curriculum & Resources (SAHE)
The following are the required courses for the master's degree in Student Affairs and Higher Education for both the on-campus and distance tracks.
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There are no electives in this curriculum.
|Course||Term Offered||OC, Dist, or Both|
|SAHE 533, Techniques of Interpersonal Interactions||Fall, Summer||On-Campus|
|SAHE 634, Practicum in Student Affairs and Higher Education (taken three times)||Fall, Spring, Summer||Both in Fall and Spring; Distance Education only in Summer|
|SAHE 637, Introduction to Student Affairs and Higher Education||Fall||Both|
|SAHE 638, Student Development: Theory, Assessment, and Application||Spring||Both|
|SAHE 640, Collegiate Environments: Theory, Assessment, and Application||Summer||Both|
|SAHE 641, The Multicultural Campus||Fall||On-Campus|
|SAHE 650, Leadership and Administration in Student Affairs and Higher Education||Spring||Both|
|SAHE 651, Program Evaluation||Fall||Both|
|SAHE 652, Group Dynamics and Leadership||Fall, Summer||On-Campus|
|EDLR 655, Legal Issues in Education||Spring||Both|
|SAHE 680, Professional Seminar||Spring||Both|
|Thesis requires an additional six hours of ELAF 699 beyond the 39 required hours.|