Did you know? In the 2014 U.S. News and World Report rankings, Curry's Higher Education Administration program was ranked #18 in the nation.
The Higher Education program has two masters level options: Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs Practice. Both degrees can be taken either full-time or part-time. Join us on the upcoming Virtual Information Session to discuss with program leaders the many benefits of earning a Higher Education degree from U.Va. To register click on the box to the right.
The Center for the Study of Higher Education administers the Higher Education program at the Curry School of Education. Established in 1969, the Center is an instructional, research, and service unit of the Curry School.
The instructional program provides college, university, and adult education leaders with the opportunity to explore established and emerging practices and policies in higher education, to analyze current issues and programs, and to think critically about institutional priorities and commitments.
The center also coordinates the master of education program in Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education (SAPHE), which includes a strand in higher education administration. This program prepares students for a variety of professional positions within student affairs.