Today's MessagePosted: Monday, December 19, 2022
Advancing Your Career in Higher Education at Buffalo State
The Higher Education Administration Department offers three distinctive programs that may be of interest to staff members looking to advance their careers or knowledge in various areas. Staff members are encouraged to use tuition benefits supported through CSEA and UUP to engage in coursework in any of these programs as non-degree or degree-seeking students.
M.S. in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration (HESAA)
The HESAA program is a professional preparation program that prepares individuals to work in the dynamic environment of colleges and universities in administrative and student support roles.
Advanced Certificate in Assessment in Student Affairs (fully online)
The ASA program is designed to equip practitioners with the skills to gather information, the ability to understand the nature and value of formal inquiry, and the opportunity to serve as change agents within their institution through assessment.
Microcredential in Data Management and Storytelling (fully online)
The microcredential equips professionals with foundational knowledge and technical skills to manage and analyze data, identify patterns within datasets, and effectively communicate those stories through more interactive visual models. (Coursework enhances knowledge of Tableau specifically).
For questions about any of these programs, please contact HEA Department chair Amy Wilson.
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