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Capella University's online Master's in Enrollment Management program prepares you to help higher education play a vital role in students' lives. This program is the only online degree program that also includes professional certification from Noel-Levitz, a nationally recognized consulting firm specializing in higher education recruitment and retention.

The curriculum is designed around recognized professional standards and emphasizes enrollment planning, retention, marketing strategies and technology applications. You will start working toward your goals right away by creating a professional development plan in your first course. By the end of the program, you will have compiled a professional portfolio that demonstrates your accomplishments and proves your understanding of concepts that qualify you for a career in higher education.

To learn more about this program, request more information and we will match you with an enrollment counselor who specializes in your area of study.

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Degree Outcomes

With your Master's in Enrollment Management from Capella, you'll learn to apply enrollment management principles, practices, and processes in collaboration with stakeholders as well as apply policies and practices in the context of access, marketing communication, and institutional fit. You will also be able to analyze a strategic enrollment management plan and integrate ethical principles and practices into enrollment management. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.

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Career Outcomes

Common jobs with an online Master's in Enrollment Management include enrollment services director, financial aid coordinator, enrollment manager, university or college registrar, director of recruitment, associate dean of student affairs, and adjunct or part-time faculty. Potential workplaces include: adult education program, community college, continuing education program, corporation, land-based or online college or university, military education, nonprofit organization or vocational school.