Advanced Graduate Certificate Program Requirements
The Advanced Graduate Certificate (AGC) is an 18-credit program that can be taken after completing a bachelor's, master's, or other advanced degree. It is a good option for someone who may not want to complete the full 30-credit master's degree, but would like to develop a solid background and skills in the higher education and student affairs field.
Current and upcoming course offerings can be found at http://www.stonybrook.edu/spd/hea/schedule.html. For details on scheduling, course load, format and other important information please review the Higher Education Curriculum.
The AGC program has two components:
- Completion of the following four (4) core classes: CEK 501, 502, 503, and 504.
- Completion of two (2) CEK electives
Required Core Courses - 12 credits
CEK 501 - Foundations of Higher Education Administration
CEK 502 - Survey of College Student Development Theory
CEK 503 - Leadership in Higher Education
CEK 504 - Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education
Electives - 6 credits. Select two courses from the list below.
CEK 520 - Advising and Counseling in Higher Education
CEK 521 - Diversity and Higher Education
CEK 522 - Crisis Management and Prevention in Higher Education
CEK 523 - Student Affairs Administration
CEK 524 - Enrollment Management
CEK 525 - The Contemporary Undergraduate
CEK 526 - Career Counseling and the Psychology of Work
CEK 530 - Legal Issues in Higher Education
CEK 531 - Finance Issues in Higher Education
CEK 532 - Facilities Management
CEK 533 - Intercollegiate Athletics
CEK 560 - Comparative University Systems
CEI 585 - Principles of Adult Learning