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Ph.D. College Student Personnel Services & Administration

Doctorate in Philosophy in College Student Personnel Services & Administration


Do you want to work among college students? Are you a teacher aspiring to become a college professor? Are you student leader trying to become an effective leader in the college? In either cases a PhD. course in College Student Personnel Services & Administration will help you. Find out how.

Course Name: Ph.D. Colg. Studt. Personnel Services & Admin.
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Stream: Science
Course Category: Politics
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Introduction

College Student Personnel Services & Administration research course covers every aspect about the well being of college students. If you want to be associated with a college in any form, then this PhD. course will guide you completely. You will learn what to do to develop and upgrade the conditions of a college student. You will learn how the teaching skills could be improved for college students, which could result in higher motivation of the students. Other than the teaching and learning skills, you will learn about the sections of the college infrastructure that should be changed or modified to help the students. This course is dedicated for upgrading the skills of the college students and making them a part of the college. You will also be taught about the administrative skills required for running a college. So this course is useful for any kind of employee of a college.

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Eligibility Criteria

  1. The students who want to study a PhD. in College Student Personnel Services & Administration should possess a master's degree.
  2. Since this is a generalized course, it can be pursued by students of either science or arts or commerce stream. But, considering the format and curriculum of this course the students who have completed their master's degree in either arts or commerce will benefit the most.
  3. The students must obtain a minimum of 55% marks in their master's degree.
  4. If any student applies for admission in an abroad university, then he or she will have to pass the GRE examination. It will be better if you already possess some kind of working experience in any Indian college. You are also required to have a valid score in IELTS. Along with all this, you must have at least three recommendation letters from people who are at either officer or similar level.


Future Job Prospects

  1. This course is ideal for people who want to become entrepreneurs. So you can start a college specializing in either arts or commerce or science stream. Later on you can increase the specializations. You will have to deal with college students and professors at the same time and bring the best out of them.
  2. You can join a college as a teaching faculty. You will teach the subject in which you specialized in your master's degree.
  3. You can become a part of the college administrative team. Your job will be to design policies in favor of the college and apply for government grants.


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