The Chair Academy has formed partnerships to offer participants the opportunity to earn credits toward a graduate degree. These graduate credits can be earned after successful completion of the Academy Program. See the options available for continued education.
Graduates of the Chair Academy, who are accepted into the RRU Masters of Arts in Higher Education Administration and Leadership (MAHEAL) program, can be granted credit completion for MA HEAL 530: Leading Educational Change in Higher Education Environments, should they make application to do so. The course carries a value of 3 credits. The course credit is not transferable to any other course within the MAHEAL program and applies exclusively to the MAHEAL program
Three (3) credits are offered through Royal Roads University
earned after successful completion of the Academy Program. See the options available for continued education.
Northern Arizona University and the Chair Academy are partnering to award graduate level credit for the Foundation Academy Program. NAU has a strong reputation for serving higher education leaders through its master’s programs, and now a graduate certificate in higher education leadership. All classes are taken online.
• Earn 6 credits for CCHE 696 internship
• Apply 6 credits earned toward a 12-credit hour certificate in Higher Education Leadership including CCHE 696
• Apply 6 credits earned toward a 30-credit hour M.Ed. in Educational Leadership with a Community College/Higher Education emphasis, including the Certificate in Higher Education Leadership
For more information on earning NAU graduate level credit for Chair Academy Leadership Training contact Vanessa Williams by email or at 602-861-7536.
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