The Leadership in Student Affairs minor program is one of the few programs nationally that provides undergraduate students the opportunity to learn and experience this profession firsthand. The program is a partnership between the College Student Affairs Administration program and the Division of Student Affairs. The Leadership in Student Affairs minor (15 hours) provides students with knowledge and skills related to working in higher education in areas related to student affairs programs and services. Students will take coursework in the history and foundations of student affairs, college student development theory, administrative practices, environmental management, and program design and development.
Students will have a field experience (internship) working in a student affairs functional unit at the conclusion of their coursework. In addition there are a number of elective courses approved to complete the 15 hour requirement.