Degree PlanThe Certificate in Enrollment Management is a 12-hour graduate-level online program. This program also requires a two-day residency at Disney Institute in Anaheim, CA. in May.
|Course Title||Start Dates|
|HIED 652: Foundations of Enrollment Management (3)||Summer 1- May||Spring 1- January||Spring 1- January|
|HIED 654: Approaches to Marketing, Recruitment, and Selection (3)||Summer 2- June||Summer 1- May||Summer 1- May|
|HIED 656: Pricing and Financial Aid in Enrollment Management (3)||Fall 1- August||Summer 2- June||Summer 2- June|
|HIED 658: Retention and College Student Success (3)||Fall 2- October||Fall 1- August||Fall 1- August|
HIED 652: Foundations of Enrollment Management* (3)
This course provides students with a historical overview of enrollment management, significant concepts related to the field, and professional foundations on which to build.
HIED 654: Approaches to Marketing, Recruitment and Selection* (3)
This course provides students with tools with which they can use to develop an ethical and effective marketing and recruitment plan that will align well with the educational and enrollment goals of their institutions.
HIED 656: Pricing and Financial Aid in Enrollment Management* (3)
This course provides an understanding of the array of issues regarding tuition pricing, financial aid, rising student debt, net tuition revenue and their effect on student enrollment and university budget.
HIED 658: Retention and College Student Success* (3)
This course emphasizes the continuing nature of enrollment management once students enroll as freshman. Topics and competencies will provide a solid understanding of the importance of student retention as it relates to overall college student success.