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Higher Education Administration: Non-licensure Doctoral Certificate

Certificate: Non-Licensure
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Establish a path to success for your students and become an effective leader with a Higher Administration Doctoral Certificate from NGU. 

Your life. Your career. Your studies. Elevate your future without disrupting your daily life, at NGU.
Credit Hours
Complete your doctoral certificate in Higher Education Administration in as little as one calendar year.
Ranked College in South Carolina for Education
NGU ranked #5 on Niche’s list of “Best Colleges for South Carolina for Education” (2023)

Connect Theory and Practice.

Designed to develop college and university administrators who make a difference in postsecondary institutions, the Higher Education Administration Doctoral Certificate program at NGU equips you to understand how today’s colleges and universities work, the needs of the students they serve, and how their environments and programs affect student outcomes.

What Can I Do with a Doctoral Certificate in Higher Education Administration?

A doctoral certificate in higher education administration prepares individuals to lead and shape postsecondary institutions.

Through research, analysis, and practical application, doctoral scholars drive positive change, influence decision-making, and enhance the educational experiences of students in higher education.


Department Chair

Development Officer

University Administrator


Student Affairs Director

Study Christ-Centered Higher Education Administration 

  • Social Foundations of Higher Education
  • The College Student Experience
  • Learning and Instruction in Postsecondary Settings
  • Law & Policy in Higher Education
  • Resource Management in Higher Education


Have Questions about the Higher Education Administration Doctoral Certificate Program?

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Randall Moss, EdD

Program Director, Ed.D. and Ed.S.
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