Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE)

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Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE)

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Why choose MAHE at Taylor University?

The reputation and credibility of the MAHE program draws students from all over the country and even around the world. MAHE students learn from professors and professionals in the field of higher education while in a Christian environment that cultivates community and discipleship.

Read about what makes our program distinct – if at any time you have questions or want more information, please feel free to contact us!

How will I benefit academically from Taylor's MAHE program?

Our faculty is comprised of excellent, experienced and highly qualified professors who wholly invest in their students and the courses they teach. Taylor students are trained using the scholar practitioner model. Key components of this model are thoughtful research and interactive classroom instruction with faculty and peers. This enables you to gain the knowledge, skills, values, and practical experiences necessary to deliver effective practices in higher education. You will complete a master's thesis, which provides you with an excellent opportunity to make a scholarly contribution to the field of higher education. In addition, all credit hours are completed on campus in a traditional classroom setting.

What experience will I gain outside of the classroom?

At Taylor, we find great value in practical learning experience through assistantships. Because of this, every full-time MAHE student is guaranteed an assistantship while in the two-year program. This provides incredible learning opportunities and field experience for you as well as the undergraduate students with whom you will be leading and serving.

You will also have the unique opportunity to participate in a 2-week study abroad experience in Wales as a capstone to the international higher education course. You will attend the Society for Research in Higher Education conference and annual meetings, and visit universities in the United Kingdom. This experience helps deepen your global understanding in ways that will equip you to serve and support the growing realm of international higher education.

What makes Taylor’s MAHE program unique?

The MAHE program utilizes the cohort model, providing you with a distinctive learning experience alongside a small group of peers. Students come from a variety of institutions including small private, large public and a number of institutions in between. These unique geographical and educational backgrounds provide significant diversity of experiences and perspectives to classroom discussion and interaction, which contribute greatly to the cohort model.

We see this element as an essential part of how we encourage one another to seek the life to which God has called us. Living life together at Taylor provides educational, personal, relational, and spiritual accountability presenting growth opportunities we need to truly follow Christ.

Where have our students come from?

Students in our MAHE program come from all of the country and even around the world. Check out this list of schools our students have come from and see if your school is listed.

Midwest:

  • Anderson University
  • Bethel College (IN)
  • Bethel University (MN)
  • Calvin College
  • Huntington University
  • Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Malone College
  • Northwestern University
  • Purdue University
  • Spring Arbor University
  • Taylor University

South:

  • Baylor University
  • Covenant College
  • Emory University
  • John Brown University
  • LeTourneau University
  • Palm Beach Atlantic University

Abroad:

  • Kenya Highlands Evangelical University
  • KwangWoon University (Korea)

Don’t see your school here? Don’t worry – our list is continually growing with each new cohort. We hope you will join us! Contact the MAHE graduate assistants to schedule a visit and see if Taylor University’s Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Development program is right for you.

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