Online Graduate Certificate in Academic Advising
Online Master of Science in Academic Advising Degree
NEW: PhD in Leadership in Academic Advising
NACADA, in partnership with the Kansas State University College of Education, offers a full range of graduate programs focused on academic advising.
The Graduate Certificate in Academic Advising in Higher Education < (15 credit hours) and Master of Science in Academic Advising Degree (30 credit hours and a final project) provide an opportunity for faculty, full-time academic advisors, and administrators to gain an understanding of the myriad issues and skills needed to deliver effective academic advising in colleges and universities.
These programs are designed for:
All coursework is offered online. Classes are delivered within a semester time frame and are somewhat flexible in schedule. Students work independently, yet share comments and questions via electronic communications.
For more information visit K-State Global Campus.
Become a NACADA student member and receive discounts on NACADA publications that are required for completion of coursework in the Certificate and Masters Programs in Academic Advising.
"The Academic Advising Graduate Certificate Program has been indispensable to me as an advisor. The courses covered subjects on advising practice and theory, and so many other aspects of student affairs that I'm involved with on a day-to-day basis. The course instructors had a great knowledge base and encouraged “class” discussion through discussion boards and group projects. I learned not only from instructors but also my fellow students.... What an opportunity to take course work of this caliber in a format that fit right in with my busy life. I would be hard pressed to say who has benefited the most from the program - me or the students I advise!"
Jamie Schoenbeck Walsh, Academic Advisor, Veterinary Technology Instructor, Purdue University
"As an advisor in a rural outreach site of a community college, the program provided me with much needed guidance in advising, theory, career development, learning processes, and diversity."
Patty Pederson, Carbon County Higher Education Center
"I learned theory and techniques that can be practically applied in my everyday academic advising."
Jennifer Napierkowski, Northampton Community College
The Leadership in Academic Advising Ph.D. (60 hours beyond a 30-hour master's degree) program prepares professionals for roles in leadership, research, and teaching focused on academic advising in higher education. The courses emphasize the need to recognize the contributions of diversity, theory, practice, and research to professional advising.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION is December 1, 2019. The first cohort will begin in Summer 2020, with the following structure:
Cohorts will begin every other year. See the Global Campus website for all relevant information.