Designed for early and mid-career individuals aspiring to careers as administrators in a variety of settings including colleges and universities, community colleges, higher education systems, proprietary/vocational institutions, and college access and pathway programs, Temple's master's in higher education features an emphasis on urban issues and themes of equity and access in postsecondary education.
Extending Temple’s traditional commitment to social justice and educational opportunity, this program develops expert practitioners—those who can enact the kinds of changes that are necessary to meet state and federal college completion goals, improve equity in student postsecondary outcomes, strengthen the role of higher education for the public good, and create structures and cultures that are conducive to student success. The program’s core focus on training practitioners who can advance equity and student success directly supports the commitments Temple University made at the White House “College Opportunity Day of Action” to promote college readiness and completion.
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