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College Student Affairs

 Master's Program in the Department of Clinical and Professional Studies

The University of West Georgia offers a graduate program in College Student Affairs. This is a concentration within the Counselor Education & College Student Affairs program located in the Department of Clinical and Professional Studies. Courses will be taught by both full-time faculty and practitioners, with meaningful assistantships in the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management.  The CSA program uses the CAS Standards and ACPA/NASPA professional competencies for student affairs practitioners as guidelines for program development and assessment. 

Degree: Master of Education in Professional Counseling with a concentration in College Student Affairs

Vision:

To prepare and develop the next generation of student affairs professionals.

Mission:

The UWG College Student Affairs program will prepare graduate students for careers serving students in higher education by providing opportunities to:

Students in the College Student Affairs program should either have a graduate assistantship or be working full-time in higher education.

Guidelines to Apply HERE!

Congratulations to the Class of 2013 cohort on their matriculation through the CSA Masters Program! We are very proud of you all!