CSSA 101: The Basics

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CSSA 101: The Basics. 1. Getting to know our graduate program. Mission Statement. 2. The program’s primary mission is to prepare individuals for professional administrative positions in student services departments at two- and four-year colleges and universities. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • CSSA 101: The BasicsGetting to know our graduate program*

  • Mission StatementThe programs primary mission is to prepare individuals for professional administrative positions in student services departments at two- and four-year colleges and universities. The curriculum emphasizes administrative leadership and management of programs and services.*

  • Presentation AgendaCore Values & CompetenciesPart Time Vs. Full TimeThesis Vs. PortfolioMinor Vs. SpecializationExperiential LearningCohort Model & Dynamics *

  • CSSA Core Values & CompetenciesCore ValuesCultural & linguistic diversityVerbal, written and virtual communicationInterpretation and use of research, information, and dataAdaptation to and use of evolving technology*

  • CSSA Core Values & CompetenciesCompetenciesKnowledge and Understanding of Higher Education and Student AffairsProfessional Skills and Organizational ManagementKnowledge and Understanding of Student Populations and Student DevelopmentDelivery of Student ServicesThe Developing Professional*

  • Part Time Vs. Full Time*

    Full Time:

    -2 year commitment (Fall, Winter & Spring)

    -54 credits are required to complete the degree *With Assistantship 12 per term *9 per term is considered full timePart Time:

    -Typically 3 year commitment (Fall, Winter & Spring)

    -One to two classes per term

    -Same credit amount required

  • Thesis Vs. PortfolioThesisMasters of ScienceResearch Based DocumentSpecifically Focused to Area of InterestPortfolioMasters of EducationDemonstrates Competency CompletionCapstone Project in Variety of Formats*

  • Minor Vs. SpecializationMinorRequires 15 graduate level creditsFormally declared with Graduate SchoolMinor Professor of your choice to be included on committee Visible on Transcript*

  • Area of SpecializationComprised of 12 graduate level credits3 credits must be a related internshipDesigned by you!Emphasis on chosen functional area or topicNot visible on transcript nor does it require formal declaration with graduate schoolElectives can be within CSSA or another academic department*

  • Experiential Learning Internships9 credit hours required, can do more1 credit = 30 hours of workExpectations negotiated between you and internship supervisor Available at any institution and within any functional areaProject Creditsimilar to an internship, not required1 credit = 30 hours of workAssistantshipsCan fulfill competencies.49 FTE typically requires 19 to 20 hours of work each weekSpecifics are job dependent*

  • Cohort Model & DynamicsAround 20 people, full time and part timeEach is different and uniqueOffers support and collegialityFriendships with people who have similar goals and interestsNetworking opportunities*

  • Closing ThoughtsQuestions?Contact us!

    PresentersMegan Jung: megan.jung@oregonstate.eduSteven Wong: steven.wong@oregonstate.edu*

    -Discuss when classes are offered and options-Include our examples and summer options