This program is appropriate for individuals with full-time student affairs or student leadership experience who wish to fill the role of administrator, advisor, programmer, or educator in student affairs or higher education administration.
There are three ways students can earn the CSPA Master of Science degree:
You can find course offerings using the University's Course Finder tool:
Access the online Graduate Catalog to learn more about program requirements, course descriptions, and prerequisites.
To successfully complete Educational Administration and Foundations courses, students in all programs are expected to have frequent and convenient access to a computer and electronic resources. Illinois State University students can take advantage of special hardware and software pricing as well as installation support at ISU TechZone. Review the computer and technology requirements for EAF students.