Tag Archives: Alumni and Graduates

Improving Graduate Students’ Experiences: An Assessment of the College Student Personnel Administration Master’s Degree Program

By Dr. Phyllis McCluskey-Titus, Associate Professor and CSPA Program Coordinator, Department of Educational Administration & Foundations, Adam Dralle, Janelle Love, Jeff Nilsen, Whitney Pier, Alissa Kapella, Kaitlin Kirk, Bryan Bristol; Graduate students, CSPA Program, Department of Educational Administration & Foundations

Originally published in Progressive Measures, Fall 2012, Volume 8, Issue 1. 

The College Student Personnel Administration (CSPA) master’s degree program in the Educational Administration and Foundations department prepares students for careers as student affairs professionals at higher education institutions. The CSPA program has a reputation for educating successful graduates; however, there are always ways to improve the quality of students’ learning experiences.  Continue reading

Program Assessment: A Positive Way to Improve Program Quality in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

by Dr. Rita Bailey, Assistant Provost and Associate Professor; Ms. Julie Burns, Clinical Supervisor; Dr. Megan Kuhn, Clinical Supervisor; and Ms. Teri Tyra, Clinical Supervisor

Originally published in Progressive Measures, Fall 2011, Volume 7, Issue 1

              The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has established the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) with the responsibility of oversight of ASHA accredited graduate programs that prepare entry-level professionals in audiology and speech-language pathology. In accordance with CAA’s purpose, a formal review of accredited programs occurs every eight years after initial accreditation. Continue reading