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Students in the Student Development Administration (SDA) Masters program have the option of two degree programs: the Master of Arts (MA) or the Master of Education (MEd). Both degrees require 51 credits for graduation. The Master of Arts option allows students to take three credits of electives in addition to completing an independent graduate project. The Master of Education option allows students to take six credits of electives. The graduate project is not required with the MEd option.
Please consult the Graduate bulletin for the year that you were admitted for official degree requirements and for course descriptions.
The SDA program at Seattle University employs the use of current technologies including video, the World Wide Web and e-mail as part of the teaching and learning curriculum. In addition, all students are required to sign up on the SDA Program listserv where out-of-class discussions are continued between students, faculty and other persons related with the program.
EDUC 500 Introduction to Research and Graduate Study* EDUC 513 Adult LearningEDUC 520 Social Justice in Professional Practice
*Recommended completion within first 18 credits.
COUN 5xx A Counseling CourseEDAD 570 Leadership in Education IEDAD 571 Leadership in Education IIEDUC 515 Multicultural PerspectivesSDAD 559 The American Community CollegeSDAD 564 Internship in SDA ISDAD 565 Internship in SDA IISDAD 566 Internship in SDA IIISDAD 575 Best Practices in Student ServicesSDAD 576 Leadership and Governance in Post-Secondary EducationSDAD 577 Foundations of the Student Affairs Profession*SDAD 578 Student Development Theory, Research and PracticeSDAD 579 Student Development Capstone SeminarSDAD 580 Higher Education LawSDAD 595 Student Development Graduate Project (MA only)
**The MEd degree requires 36 credits in this category. The MA requires 39 credits in this category. SDAD 595, Student Development Graduate Project, is required for The Master of Arts in Education.
AEDT 563 Instructional Methods for Adult LearnersCOUN 510 Fundamental Counseling SkillsCOUN 512 Career Counseling/Information ServicesCOUN 515 Loss and GriefEDUC 530 Philosophy of EducationEDUC 591 Special Topics in EducationCOUN 517 Group Counseling-Theories and PracticeMBA 510 Leadership Skills and Team DevelopmentMGMT 571 Adventure-based Leadership SeminarSDAD 584 Comparative Educational and Social Policy SDAD 585 Higher Education FinanceSDAD 591 Special Topics in SDAD
***The MEd degree requires 6 credits in this category. The MA requires 3 credits in this category.
Other electives may be substituted with Advisor's approval.
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