Our Philosophy: The Ph.D. in Higher Education is a 96-hour program that prepares graduates for a broad range of administrative and leadership positions in colleges and universities, including roles in academic affairs, student affairs, policy, planning, resource management, assessment, enrollment management, outreach and engagement, advancement, and equity, diversity, and inclusion, among others. Some graduates work for professional associations or as policy analysts for state and federal agencies. Social justice and scholarly rigor are essential to the philosophical foundations of the program and the curriculum. Together, the program and the curriculum prepare graduates to emphasize social justice in their research and practice.
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