M.S. in Higher Education
Drexel’s M.S. in Higher Education consists of 14 courses with a total of 45 academic credits. Students are required to complete 6 core courses (18 credits), four primary concentration courses (12 credits), three secondary concentration or elective courses (9 credits) and a two-term co-op research project (6 credits).
Within the primary concentration area, students are given the option of enrolling in a total of four courses over a three quarter timeline from several course offerings available in a given term. Within the secondary concentration area, students are given the option of enrolling in three total courses over a two quarter timeline from the selected concentration area’s course list. As an alternative to the secondary concentration, students are given the option to choose three courses from available courses within all of the concentration areas. Full course lists from the primary and secondary concentration areas can be explored below.
The M.S. in Higher Education offers a plan of study that allows completion of the program in two years.
For the M.S. in Higher Education curriculum, please see the Drexel University Course Catalog.