College Access, Student Success and Student Services Leadership Graduate Certificate
|HIGHERED 6474||Understanding the Psychosocial Development of Emerging Adults||3|
|or CAST 4398||Child Maltreatment: A Multidisciplinary Approach|
|HIGHERED 6475||College Access and Career Preparation for the Emerging Adult||3|
|HIGHERED 6476||Organization and Administration of Higher Education||3|
|HIGHERED 6478||Enrollment Management and Student Retention||3|
Upon completion of the program, certificate earners will be able to:
- Analyze and evaluate policies related to K-12 student achievement, college access, student retention and workforce preparation and the intersection of these variables with K-12 and postsecondary institution practices to support student success.
- Compare and contrast organizational perspectives and analyze their applicability to organizational activity.
- Demonstrate professional practices that promote inclusion, equity and social justice.
- Articulate and apply learning and development theories to program development, advising and planning in diverse practice settings in order to support student success.
- Demonstrate high-quality interpersonal skills, including academic and professional writing and presentation skills.