Student Affairs in Higher Education
Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) Program Options
Master of Science (M.S.) in SAHE
The 39 credit hour M.S. with a concentration in SAHE includes coursework and field experiences for individuals interested in careers in higher education. Students entering the Student Affairs in Higher Education Program (SAHE) program will take two classes a semester (Fall, Spring, & Summer) for the duration of the program.
This concentration is not CACREP accredited.
The thesis option includes an additional 6 hours of graduate credit applied to the 39 credit Student Affairs in higher education concentration. This option provides an opportunity to obtain experience in original research. Students considering this option should have a strong interest in research methodology and a specific content area of research interest.
A master’s thesis involves original research completed under specific guidelines and timelines. These include, but may not be limited to:
- UNO Graduate Studies
- UNO Counseling Department guidelines
- Semester schedules
- Schedules of thesis committee members
The document outlining the thesis timelines and guidelines are found on the department website under forms and documents.
- Fully Online program (Synchronous & Asynshronous learning)
- Cohort style model
- 300 Hour Internship Experience