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Master of Arts in Higher Education/Student Personnel

Description:

The online Professional Master of Arts in Higher Education/Student Personnel Online is designed to serve the needs of those already employed at a college or university and who seek to advance their career in the administration of student affairs, student life, student services, and other positions in higher education. Click here for more information on this program.

Tuition:

Tuition is $443 per hour or $1329 per 3-hour course. In addition, students will assessed a $75 per credit hour technology fee for each online course and a $50 capital improvement fee per academic term for full-time students taking 9 graduate credit hours or more*. For more information on the capital improvement fee, please click HERE.

*The capital improvement fee is prorated if taking fewer credit hours.

Hours:

42; students complete the lock-step curriculum on a part-time basis while continuing their employment at a college or university.

Delivery:

The Professional Master of Arts in Higher Education/Student Personnel at Ole Miss employs alternative methods of delivering course content, including Internet learning systems, audio/video conferencing and an assortment of streaming media content.

Admission:

A new cohort is admitted each summer. The deadline for the Summer 2014 class is February 1, 2014. For additional information on admission to the PMAHE program at Ole Miss, click here.

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Contact:

Dr. John Holleman, Program Coordinator
Department of Leadership and Counselor Education
School of Education
106 Guyton Hall
The University of Mississippi
University, MS 38677
(662) 915-7198
(662) 915-6718 Fax
holleman@olemiss.edu

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