EDHE 783 Overview
As students arrive at college, they find themselves undergoing a process of exploration, identity development and evolution, and becoming adept at navigating life's transitions. Faculty and staff at college campuses are often unaware of the psychosocial and cognitive changes their students are undergoing. This course will provide insight into prevailing student affairs theories and practices as applied to institutions of higher education. Human development and theories of adult learning will be introduced in the context of diverse institutions of higher institutions, including two- and four-year community and technical colleges, and four-year and advanced research institutions. Students will be expected to analyze their own student affairs practices and draw from relevant literature to create new applications for a more informed practice.
- 1.00 Credits