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Overview

Welcome to the Masters of Arts in Postsecondary Educational Leadership with a Specialization in Student Affairs program website! 
Please note that our program website is currently undergoing construction, with the following documents being working drafts. 
For Prospective Students: Program Mission, Goals, Program Learning Outcomes & Curriculum Matrix
(Effective Fall 2020)

Mission: Prepare self-aware, emotionally intelligent, adaptable, compassionate, and highly competent transformational leaders who will improve access, equity, and holistic student success in all of higher education. 

Program Cornerstones/Goals:

1. Self-Aware, Compassionate, Adaptive, Transformational Leaders
2. Evidence-Based Inquiry to Advance Access, Equity, and Student Success
3. Socially Just Resource Stewards

Program Learning Outcomes:

1. Explain how the theoretical foundation of student success can be implemented and evaluated in daily practice (Goals 1, 2, 3)
2. Apply self-awareness and self-regulation practices towards one's own leadership strengths and identify areas of continued development (Goals 1, 2)
3. Identify varying leadership styles that are prevalent and explain strategies to work with those styles (Goals 1, 3)
4. Identify ethical leadership and social justice issues in postsecondary education and propose solutions and strategies to address these issues (Goals 1, 2, 3)
5. Engage in meaningful outcomes-based assessment of collaboratively designed student learning and development programs and initiatives (Goal 3)
6. Apply research to practice in order to advance access, equity, and student success (Goal 2)
7. Communicate ideas and concepts effectively (Goals 1, 2, 3)
8. Work collaboratively with diverse group members in diverse settings (Goals 1, 2, 3)

Reflective Learning Portfolio:
The reflective student portfolios are the primary vehicle for evaluation of direct student learning and development in the program .
Please click here for more information on the reflective student learning portfolio
  

Announcements - Fall 2021 Admissions

Please note, the application window for the Fall 2020 semester has now closed. The application for consideration for the Fall 2021 semester will open October 2020.


 

 Lisa Gates, Ph.D.

Lisa Gates, Ph.D.

Program Director and Advisor for the MA in Postsecondary Educational Leadership - Student Affairs,

Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, & Postsecondary Education,
San Diego State University

Robert Guzmán

Assistant Program Coordinator and Second Year Student for the MA in Postsecondary Educational Leadership - Student Affairs,

Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, & Postsecondary Education,
San Diego State University