Higher Education Program
College of Education
M.S., M.Ed., Ed.D., Ph.D., Community College Leadership Certificate, Certificate in Adult Learning & Education
The UNT Program in Higher Education promotes human development through education, research, and service that advance the profession of, and scholarship in, higher education. The Program provides education and professional development for individuals who serve or will serve as administrators, faculty, and scholars in higher education institutions, governmental agencies, policy or research centers, and professional associations that conduct postsecondary education in the US and globally. Within the UNT Higher Education Program is the Bill J. Priest Center for Community College Education. The Priest Center is dedicated to preparing individuals for exemplary community college leadership in both teaching and administration, and to assisting these individuals to make significant research contributions to the community college field. In achieving this mission, the Bill J. Priest Center is dedicated to delivering quality instruction, engaging in research activities that expand the knowledge of community colleges, seeking and supporting a diverse environment, and encouraging the development of each student.
History and Philosophy of the Community College; Finance and Administration in the Community College; Teaching and Learning in the Community College; Economic and Community Development in Higher Education; Leadership in the Community College; Contemporary Issues in the Community College