Master of Education in Higher Education
Mamo Ishida, Director
Studies in Higher Education provide individuals who are interested in a variety of areas in higher education with the opportunity to explore the various facets of post-secondary institutions. This exploration is conducted from a uniquely Christian perspective.
Individuals who are interested in higher education administration, student personnel work, university development/advancement, or teaching on the college level will be well served by the M.Ed. in Higher Education degree. Students can choose from two different 36-hour, non-thesis degree tracks: the Administration Track or the Instructional Track. The Administration Track also has an optional Distance Learning Concentration. All Higher Education courses are available online.
In addition to the general graduate admission requirements, full admission to this program requires satisfactory scores on the verbal and quantitative or analytical sections of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). A student with a satisfactory grade point average may enroll their first semester without a GRE score. The GRE must be completed prior to the second semester.
“The integration of faith and learning is what drew me to DBU’s Cook School of Leadership. I could not have asked for more than the quality, Christ-centered education it provided. The Cook School of Leadership not only prepared me for my chosen career field, but also equipped me to be an effective servant leader.” –Sena Baker
“I enjoy the small class sizes and the Christian environment. I have found that the higher education instructors have a variety of experiences from many types of higher education institutions. Guest speakers add to the variety. I have been able to conduct research in areas of interest and learn about aspects of higher education that I had not previously considered.” -Susan Watts
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