Fort Lauderdale, FL—Apr. 16– Keiser University now offers the Career College community its first Master’s Degree that Specializes in Career College Administration. The Master’s of Science in Education in Career College Administration is the first of its kind according to Chancellor, Arthur Keiser, Ph.D. This program provides educational leadership training to the thousands of career college administrators heretofore unable to receive a master’s in their chosen career field.
“Students will receive both a solid background in Higher Education Administration as well as specific courses designed for the career college professional,” stated Sara Malmstrom, Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate School. Some of the areas of study include enrollment management theory and practice, higher education marketing, managing campus operations, personnel
selection and development and student retention and management. Keiser University’s faculty will include career college leaders and practitioners in order to provide a meaningful and comprehensive educational experience.
The demand for qualified Career College administrators increases as enrollment climbs at the 1,400 member colleges of the national Career College Association. “Students will gain the knowledge that will immediately help their institution to grow and develop,” said Dr. Keiser.
“It’s a win for the student and a win for the employer.”
The master’s degree is provided online and designed for the professional who has an extremely busy schedule. The program is accelerated and can be completed in 12 months. Students may enter the program every eight weeks in order to accommodate their individual requirements. Students, who have graduated from an accredited bachelors program, can demonstrate industry involvement, may apply either online at www.keiseruniversity.edu, contact Dr. Sabrina Mohammed toll free at 1-888-7KEISER (1-888-753-4737) or in person at our online campus.
Keiser University is Florida’s leading statewide provider of career-focused, post-secondary education and is regionally accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Keiser University serves approximately 12,000 students seeking associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in over 40 high demand degree programs at its 13 campuses and through its online and Graduate School divisions. The Graduate School opened in 2006 and offers the MBA among a variety of master’s degrees in education and criminal justice.
Keiser University’s educational reach extends globally through its international programs including the Latin Division and cooperative agreements in China and the Eastern European nation of Moldova.
According to a Community College Week analysis of U. S. Department of Education data released June 16, 2008, Keiser University was named the nationwide leader in production of Associate of Science graduates in Health Professions and Related Sciences for the third straight year (2006-2008).