Temple's graduate certificate in institutional effectives develops skills to support institutional research, data-driven decision-making, and student success analytics. The focus nationally on increasing colleges’ and universities’ capacity to advance student success and the rapidly increasing application of predictive analytics within university advising and administration makes this program timely and relevant. The certificate is designed to provide deep coverage of content that will equip graduates with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to continue developing institutional effectiveness practices and competencies over time.
This certificate may also be combined with the Master's in Higher Education. Students admitted to the Masters' in Higher Education with a concentration in Institutional Effectiveness shall complete the requirements for the certificate and may elect to receive the certificate-in-passing.
Students must complete 12 hours of graduate-level instruction, including
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|HIED 5102||Administration of Higher Education||3|
|HIED 5302||Planning & Assessment in Higher Education||3|
|EDUC 5325||Introduction to Statistics & Research||3|
|AOD 5535||Organizational Assessment, Design & Strategy||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
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