About the Program
Graduates of this degree program are well-positioned to hold administrative and leadership roles at academic institutions, specifically colleges and universities. These professionals play a significant role in student retention, success and mobility. Job titles include but are not limited to:
- Dean of Admissions
- Dean of Students
- Director of Advising
- Director of Alumni Relations
- Director of Financial Aid
- Director of Residential Life
- Title IX Officer
- VP of Enrollment Management
We recommend that working professionals complete the program part-time, taking two courses at a time.
There is no limit to the amount of time students are able to take to complete the degree.
Courses will be offered in an asynchronous online learning modality, allowing you to complete coursework on your schedule. There will be occasional, optional synchronous elements to many of the courses and students will have the opportunity to attend on campus events during their time in the program.
MA HEASA coursework will be hosted on a digital learning management system (LMS) that will host all course materials, communications tools, and co-curricular events and information. Students will take part in an online LMS orientation prior to starting the first course in the program. An admission advisor is also happy to answer specific questions you may have.
Yes, if the applicant holds a four-year undergraduate degree or the equivalent.
International applications who hold a three-year degree should carefully review the International Students page.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Federal loans may be available for graduate students enrolled in the program. To determine your eligibility, please visit the U.S. Department of Education’s Financial Student Aid website. You can also visit the FAFSA website for more information on how to file.
In support of U.S. veterans, Pace University is a proud Yellow Ribbon Program participant. For general information about veteran’s benefits, please email email@example.com.
To learn more about MA in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs, fill out the fields in this form to download a free brochure. If you have any questions at any time, please contact an admission advisor at (866) 843-7201.