Dr. Scott Shaw believes in the importance of lifelong learning and leads by example. Along with his professional experience as a leader in Higher Education, two bachelor’s degrees, four graduate degrees, a postgraduate degree, and two doctoral degrees he has many years of experience in higher education and fields of public service.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are approximately 14,500 jobs needing to be filled in Higher Education each year. This field is growing at a rate of 8% and the industry is aggressively looking for qualified candidates to fill roles in administration, registrar’s office, student services, and academic departments. A master’s degree is typically required for anyone entering the field of Higher Education, and though some opportunities are available for those who have bachelor’s degrees, most leadership positions prefer a master’s degree. Here are some of the roles you can fill.
Your 33 credit master’s degree will include a well-rounded curriculum focused on Higher Ed theory, strategy, and innovation. Here are a few key course examples.
“My experience at Grace has been wonderful! I have grown exponentially both personally and spiritually. I have gained some friends along the way and made the Dean’s list not once, but twice. As a first-generation college student in my family, this was truly humbling. Grace Christian University is a place where hearts are changed, people grow, and wisdom is gained.”