Graduate Diploma in Post-Secondary Education (Student Affairs and Services)
|The Graduate Diploma in Post-Secondary Education (Student Affairs and Services) is scheduled for a Fall 2024 start. Applications will be accepted in early 2024 and students interested in the program are asked to check the Faculty of Education website for updates.|
The Graduate Diploma in Post-Secondary Education (Student Affairs and Services) will provide concentrated study in theory and practice pertaining to student development, services, programs and initiatives that support student success in post-secondary education. The Graduate Diploma is intended for student affairs and services practitioners, administrators, and educators within post-secondary education.
Students will engage in an in-depth study of the theoretical models of student development, historical and contemporary influences on the profession, philosophies, values and ethics of professional practice, administration and organizational structures, assessment, evaluation and research, and technological and media innovations.
All courses are available fully online and will include post-secondary professionals across Canada for an informative and stimulating experience. Students will commence their studies in the Fall semester and complete the program on a part-time basis over four semesters. This program serves as a pathway into the Master of Education (Post-Secondary Education).
Graduates of this program will be well-positioned, with a specialized student affairs and services credential, to seek advancement within their careers and/or move into senior level positions.