Catholic University Leadership Program
Boston College : Lynch School of Education
Boston College's Lynch School of Education Master's degree in Higher Education prepares students for entry and middle-management positions in student affairs as well as in other professional areas in colleges, universities, community colleges, and policy making organizations.
The M.A. program consists of 30 credit hours of required and elective course work and a field experience.
The program can be completed in one academic year and one summer by students interested in full-time study. It is also possible to complete the program on a part-time basis.
In addition to a core of foundational studies in higher education, the program offers students the opportunity to concentrate on one facet of higher education.
This specific program and concentration is for those aspiring to careers in educational administration in Catholic colleges and universities and who wish to embrace their distinctive mission and culture.
Faculty advisors work with students on an individual basis to design programs of study and applied field experiences according to the individual student's needs, interests, and goals.
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