Two degree options are offered within the Higher Education Program (use the menu at right for more information):
- Master of Arts (M.A.)
- Education Specialist (Ed.S.)
Note: The Higher Education degrees are non-licensure degrees and do not lead to North Carolina K-12 teaching, administration, or supervision licensure.
The program offers three concentrations :
- Adult and Developmental Education (M.A. and Ed.S.)
- Community College and University Leadership (M.A.. and Ed.S.)
- Teaching (M.A. only)
The Higher Education Graduate Program offers its degree coursework both on-campus and through ASU's distance education program.
- On-campus students enroll full-time or part-time and take face-to-face classes on weeknights (6:00-9:00pm).
- Off-campus cohorts are formed regularly and engage a consistent group of students in two courses per term. These courses are delivered through a hybrid approach, combining face-to-face instruction with online learning. Online components of coursework utilize ASU's Moodle-based platform (AsULearn) and cutting-edge virtual world technology. Some classes may be delivered completely online.
For More Information
- For information about the application process, click here.
- To see the Graduate Bulletin (2016-2017) program description and requirements, click here.
- For information about the M.A. and Ed.S. programs, contact Dr. Vachel Miller, Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-262-2280.
- For information about ASU's distance education cohorts, contact Bronwen Sheffield at email@example.com or 800-355-4084.