Student Affairs Administration (M.S.Ed.)

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* Three 720's are required, one credit each; one 720 may be substituted with SAA 775 for 1 credit. 

On-campus/UWRF 2017-2019

Note:  on-campus courses will be section 01, UWRF section 431
Fall 1: 10 credits

  • SAA 700 Professional Practice in Student Affairs
  • SAA 701 Student Affairs & Technology-1 credit (online)
  • SAA 702 Student Development Theory
  • SAA 705 History of Higher Education

Spring 1: 10-11 credits

  • SAA 704 Leadership in Higher Education
  • SAA 708 Diversity in Higher Education
  • SAA 720 Special Topics* (1 or 2 classes) - 1 credit (online)
  • SAA 765 Assessment in Student Affairs

Fall 2: 9  credits

  • SAA 706 Advising & Supporting
  • SAA 730 Legal Aspects of Student Affairs
  • SAA 781 SAA Internship (may enroll/complete in the summer or fall)

Spring 2: 10-11 credits

  • SAA 710 Administration in Higher Education
  • SAA 745 University Finance & Governance
  • SAA 720* (1 or 2 classes) - 1 credit (online)
  • SAA 790 Capstone 
2016-18 online

Summer 1: 2016 - 6 credits

  • SAA 700, section 411, Professional Practice in Student Affairs (May 23 - Oct 23)
  • SAA 702, section 421, Student Development Theory (May 23 - Aug 12)

Fall 1: 2016 - 6 credits

  • SAA 704, section 411, Leadership in Higher Education (Sept 6 - Oct 24)
  • SAA 708, section 411, Diversity in Higher Education (Oct 25 - Dec 21)

Spring 1: 2017 - 7 credits

  • SAA 705, section 411, History of Higher Education (Jan 9-Feb 24)
  • SAA 706, section 411, Advising & Supporting (Feb 27-Apr 14)
  • SAA 720 ,(choose 1), Special Topics (Jan 9-Feb 24 OR Feb 27-Apr 14)

Summer 2: 2017 - 6 credits

  • SAA 730, section 411, Legal Aspects of Student Affairs (May 22-June 30)
  • SAA 765, section 411, Assessment in Student Affairs (July 3-Aug 11)

Fall 2: 2017 - 6-9 credits

  • SAA 710, section 411, Administration in Higher Education (Sept. 5-Oct. 20)
  • SAA 745, section 411, University Finance & Governance (Oct. 24 - Dec. 20)
  • SAA 781 (May be waived)

Spring 2: 2018 - 6 credits

  • SAA 701, section 411, Student Affairs & Technology (Jan. 22-Mar. 9)
  • SAA 720, choose 2, Special Topics (Jan. 22-Mar. 9 & Mar. 19-May 4)
  • SAA 790, section 411, Capstone (Jan. 22-May 4)
2017-19 online

Summer 1: 2017 - 6 credits

  • SAA 700, section 411, Professional Practice in Student Affairs (May 22-July 8)
  • SAA 702, section 421, Student Development Theory (July 3-Aug 11)

Fall 1: 2017 - 6 credit

  • SAA 704, section 411, Leadership in Higher Education (Sept. 5-Oct. 23)
  • SAA 708, section 411, Diversity in Higher Education (Oct. 24-Dec. 20)

Spring 1: 2018 - 7 credits

  • SAA 705, section 411, History of Higher Education (Jan. 22-Mar. 9)
  • SAA 706, section 411, Advising & Supporting (Mar. 19-May 4)
  • SAA 720 ,(choose 1), Special Topics (offered Jan. 22-Mar. 9 & Mar. 19-May 4)

Summer 2: 2018 - 6 credits

  • SAA 730, section 411, Legal Aspects of Student Affairs
  • SAA 765, section 411, Assessment in Student Affairs

Fall 2: 2018 - 6-9 credits

  • SAA 710, section 411, Administration in Higher Education
  • SAA 745, section 411, University Finance & Governance
  • SAA 781 (May be waived)

Spring 2: 2019 - 6 credits

  • SAA 701, section 411, Student Affairs & Technology
  • SAA 720, choose 2, Special Topics
  • SAA 790, section 411, Capstone

 

Please note that the online calendar does not always match up with the on-campus calendar. Also, course sequences are subject to change, so continue to refer to the calendar for your cohort.  Also, please be aware that courses with section numbers 411 and 412 are reserved for the online students; those numbered 431 are for the River Falls cohort; and those numbered 01, 02, etc. are for the on-campus cohort. You must apply for graduation immediately after you register for your final semester at UWL, per the graduation checklist.

Please note the following UWL Graduate Studies policies:

  • Students who earn a "D" or "F" in a graduate course will be dismissed from graduate studies and the SAA program.
  • An incomplete grade ("I") is only given to a student due to illness or other unusual and substantial cause beyond the student's control.
  • All credits accepted toward a degree, including transfer credits, must be earned within a seven-year period prior to the actual date of graduation.