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Administration and Supervision, Ed.S.

The Administration and Supervision major includes a specialization in higher education, which is designed for graduate students from junior or community colleges or four-year institutions who are interested in pursuing study in the area of higher education.

Professors work with students to choose a specialize in higher education to assure they complete requirements like a foundations core, a specialized core and elective hours to help develop a specialized professional knowledge and skills. Students will choose between the research or practicum path after enrolling in the program.

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Bennett sought for his abilities and qualifications

Dr. Rodney D. Bennett, the tenth president of The University of Southern Mississippi, began his educational career at MTSU, earning his undergraduate degree in Mass Communication before pursuing graduate work in the Womack Educational Leadership Department in the 1990s. He holds both the M. Ed. and Ed. S. in Administration and Supervision. His professional career includes work in student affairs at MTSU and at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C. Prior to accepting the post at Southern Miss, Bennett was vice president for student affairs at the University of Georgia. According to news coverage, Ed Blakeslee, president of the college board that oversaw Bennett's selection at Southern Miss, said that his leadership ability, qualifications, and experience in money management attracted the selection committee. Blakeslee concluded with "He is a man of integrity." Bennett serves as both chief executive officer and principal educational officer at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Student experiences and degree open doors

Matthew Hibdon started work on the Masters of Education in Administration and Supervision of Higher Education within the Womack Educational Leadership Department in 2012. He had experience working in five different campus offices during his undergraduate career, and being in the M.Ed. program allowed him the opportunity to gain experience within three new offices, including the College of Education. He served as a graduate assistant during his time in the program, assisting the coordinator of the departmental off-campus graduate programs. Hibdon was very successful in his graduate work and developed a thorough understanding of the units and operations of the University. As a result, upon graduation he was employed by MTSU as an academic advisor in the College of Liberal Arts. He currently serves as CLA's Strategic Communications Manager.

News Briefs

Bennett sought for his abilities and qualifications

Dr. Rodney D. Bennett, the tenth president of The University of Southern Mississippi, began his educational career at MTSU, earning his undergraduate degree in Mass Communication before pursuing graduate work in the Womack Educational Leadership Department in the 1990s. He holds both the M. Ed. and Ed. S. in Administration and Supervision. His professional career includes work in student affairs at MTSU and at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C. Prior to accepting the post at Southern Miss, Bennett was vice president for student affairs at the University of Georgia. According to news coverage, Ed Blakeslee, president of the college board that oversaw Bennett's selection at Southern Miss, said that his leadership ability, qualifications, and experience in money management attracted the selection committee. Blakeslee concluded with "He is a man of integrity." Bennett serves as both chief executive officer and principal educational officer at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Student experiences and degree open doors

Matthew Hibdon started work on the Masters of Education in Administration and Supervision of Higher Education within the Womack Educational Leadership Department in 2012. He had experience working in five different campus offices during his undergraduate career, and being in the M.Ed. program allowed him the opportunity to gain experience within three new offices, including the College of Education. He served as a graduate assistant during his time in the program, assisting the coordinator of the departmental off-campus graduate programs. Hibdon was very successful in his graduate work and developed a thorough understanding of the units and operations of the University. As a result, upon graduation he was employed by MTSU as an academic advisor in the College of Liberal Arts. He currently serves as CLA's Strategic Communications Manager.

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Graduates from the Administration and Supervision program with the higher education specialization may be employed in a variety of positions at universities and community colleges. Examples include, but are not limited to, Academic advisors Admissions office representatives Recruiters Scheduling center officials Student affairs administrators MTSU graduates are employed in universities, community colleges, and technology centers in Tennessee and other states; examples include

  • Columbia State Community College
  • Middle Tennessee State University
  • Motlow State Community College
  • Tennessee Technology Centers
  • University of Memphis
  • University of Mississippi
  • University of Southern Mississippi

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