Student Affairs Administration (M.S.Ed.)

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2017-19 on-campus/UWRF blended cohorts expanding section

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: 2018 - 7-8 credits

  • SAA 706 Advising & Supporting
  • SAA 775 Practicum* - for 1 or 2 credits
  • SAA 780 Capstone Research & Proposal

Spring 2: 2019 - 9 credits

  • SAA 730 Law, Policy, & Governance
  • SAA 760 Administration of Human & Organizational Resources
  • SAA 790 Capstone Seminar
2017-19 online expanding section

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 credits

  • 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, Law, Policy, & Governance (May 21 - Aug 10)
  • SAA 765, section 411, Assessment & Evaluation in Student Affairs (May 21 - Aug 10)

Fall 2: 2018 - 6 credits

  • SAA 760, section 411, Administration of Human & Organizational Resources
  • SAA 780, section 411, Capstone Research & Proposal

Spring 2: 2019 - 6 credits

  • SAA 720, choose 0 or 1, Special Topics Seminar (1 cr)
  • SAA 775*, section 411, Practicum - for 1 or 2 credits
  • SAA 790, section 411, Capstone Seminar

 

2018-20 online expanding section

Please note we will have 2 incoming M.S.Ed. cohorts for Fall of 2018. One will be the River Cohort, the other the Bluffs Cohort. Students will be informed about to which cohort they have been assigned. The River Cohort will register for their courses under sections 411; The Bluffs Cohort will register for courses under sections 412. 

Summer 1: 2018 - 6 credits

  • SAA 700, Professional Practice in Student Affairs (May 21 - Aug 10)
  • SAA 702, Student Development Theory (May 21 - Aug 10)

Fall 1: 2018 - 6 credits

  • SAA 705, Values, Philosophy, & History (Sept 4 - Dec 19)
  • SAA 708, Social Justice and Inclusion (Sept 4 - Dec 19)

Spring 1: 2019 - 6 credits

  • SAA 706, Advising & Supporting (Jan 28 - May 10)
  • SAA 765, Assessment in Student Affairs (Jan 28 - May 10)

Summer 2: 2019 - 6 credits

  • SAA 704, Leadership & Organizational Theories (May 28 - Aug 16)
  • SAA 730, Law, Policy, & Governance (May 28 - Aug 16)

Fall 2: 2019 - 6 credits

  • SAA 720*, choose 1 to 2, Special Topics Seminar (TBD)
  • SAA 775*, section 411, Practicum - for 1 or 2 credits (TBD)
  • SAA 780, Capstone Research & Proposal (TBD)

Spring 2: 2020 - 6 credits

  • SAA 760, Administration of Human & Organizational Resources (TBD)
  • SAA 790, Capstone Seminar (TBD)
2018-20 on-campus expanding section

Note:  on-campus courses are designated as Section 01 in WINGS
Fall 1: 2018 - 9 credits

  • SAA 700 Professional & Ethical Practice in Student Affairs
  • SAA 702 Student Development Theory
  • SAA 705 Values, Philosophy, & History

Spring 1: 2019 - 9 credits

  • SAA 704 Leadership & Organizational Theories
  • SAA 708 Social Justice & Inclusion
  • SAA 765 Assessment & Evaluation in Student Affairs

Fall 2: 2019 - 8-10 credits

  • SAA 706 Advising & Supporting
  • SAA 780 Capstone Research & Proposal
  • SAA 720, choose 1 to 2, Special Topics Seminar
  • SAA 775, Practicum - for 1 or 2 credits

Spring 2: 2020 - 9 credits

  • SAA 730 Law, Policy, & Governance
  • SAA 760 Administration of Human & Organizational Resources
  • SAA 790 Capstone Seminar

 *Three one-credit electives are required:  one must be a 720 Special Topics course, another must be a 775 Practicum.  The third credit can be either a Special Topics course or a Practicum.

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.