The University of Florida Student Personnel in Higher Education program is designed to prepare students to enter Student Affairs leadership positions in two- and four-year institutions of higher education.
Students who join the SPHE on-campus master’s program graduate prepared to take on leadership roles in student affairs divisions in any higher education setting. This program integrates academic coursework with practitioner-based experience to put theory into action.
The SPHE master’s degree consists of 33 credit hours of core classes and 9 credit hours of supervised practicum and internship experiences (42 credit hours total). Students enter the graduate program in the fall semester as members of a cohort group. The group provides support and builds a sense of community for the students. All students are assigned a faculty advisor at the time of admission to help you reach higher.
Additional information about the On-Campus M.Ed. program can be obtained by contacting the Program Coordinator, Dr. Kelli Peck Parrott.