Dr. Nathaniel Bray
Professor, Higher Education
The Higher Education program at The University of Alabama was founded in 1971, when a small number of such programs existed in the United States. The program today has a dynamic and nationally-recognized faculty, whose areas of scholarship include community colleges, higher education finance, college teaching and learning, student access and outcomes, and organizational behavior. Over the years, hundreds of program graduates have made a deep and positive impact in a range of higher education settings.
The program draws students with professional experience and interests in multiple institutional types, including two-year and four-year institutions, for-profit institutions, policy groups, and non-profit organizations. Across the degree programs, the curriculum is designed to challenge and expand students’ understanding, enabling creative thinking, rigorous analysis, and innovative problem solving.
The program in Higher Education at The University of Alabama welcomes applications from highly-qualified individuals who have strong academic preparation, leadership potential, and a clearly-articulated commitment to the field of higher education. Admission is competitive, as we admit a small number of students each year for our various programs.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Nathaniel Bray
Qualified students interested in graduate assistantships should have all application materials by the application deadline.
|Higher Education Administration, MA, Ed.D., and Ph.D.
|Dr. Nathaniel Bray
|Higher Education Administration, Executive Ed.D.
|Dr. Arleene Breaux
|Graduate Certificate in College Teaching
|Dr. Claire Major