350 Huntington Hall, 315-443-4763
Cathy Engstrom, Department of Higher Education; Dessa Bergen-Cico, Department of Public Health; Dawn Johnson, Department of Higher Education
The joint,15-credit hour certificate program is designed for current and future higher education professionals (e.g. advisors, higher education/student affairs administrators, and coaches) who wish to understand the research, practice, and policy perspectives associated with intercollegiate sport and student-athlete development in the context of higher education. It includes coursework in the following focus areas: how colleges and intercollegiate athletics work, theoretical perspectives of college student development and learning; the impact of race, gender, and class on college student athlete access and success; and foundations of advising student-athletes.
- Completion of a bachelor’s degree and a grade point average of at least 3.0/4.0 in undergraduate study;
- Syracuse University graduate students who wish to add this CAS program as a concurrent program of study will have to meet the same criteria, and will have to achieve a grade point average of at least 3.0/4.0 in their current program of study. They will also have to present written approval from their current program advisors for pursuing the CAS program.
- Submission of a personal statement that focuses on the student’s interest in the program as it is conceptualized and offered.
The program can be pursued part-time.
Students only enrolled in a CAS program are not eligible for department financial aid. Additional information regarding loan availability for CAS programs can be found at https://graduateadmissions.syr.edu/funding/
Gainful Employment Disclosure
For more information about our CAS graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit Syracuse University Gainful Employment Disclosure page (https://www.syracuse.edu/about/consumer-information/gainful-employment/) and click the title of the CAS.
A maximum of three credits from a combination of transfer and/or external examinations/extra-institutional and experiential learning will be accepted toward a CAS.
CAS, 15 credits