Associate Director of Undergrad Programs

The Catholic University of America
Washington D.C.
May 29, 2019
Jul 03, 2019
Executive, Director
Full Time

Associate Director of Undergrad Programs

The associate director oversees the operations of all undergraduate programs, both for credit and noncredit, within the Metropolitan School of Professional Stduies, which serves nontraditional-age students.


• Oversee the academic operations of MSPS undergraduate programs. Monitor curricula; propose revisions and updates to keep programs current and of high quality

• Serve as academic advisor for all students in undergraduate degree and nondegree programs

• Design, implement and assess programs to achieve stated goals for student retention and degree completion.

• Support Director of Admissions and Communications in recruitment of new undergraduate students

• Plan, execute and evaluate undergraduate student orientation events and online resources

• Ensure that MSPS undergraduate programs are of the highest ethics and comply with university and governmental policies and standards

• Plan, execute and assess procedures for awarding MSPS-managed scholarships to undergraduate students

• Recommend course schedules for undergraduate credit and noncredit programs

• Manage all aspects of noncredit undergraduate course offerings including admissions, enrollment, marketing, faculty hiring, product ordering and scheduling.

• Clear undergraduate students for graduation

• Advise Alpha Sigma Lambda chapter

• Represent MSPS with an engaging, helpful, team-oriented demeanor consistent with the university’s mission and Roman Catholic character


Bachelor's degree with three (3) years of relevant experience in higher education. Demonstrated expertise in Microsoft Office. Excellent skills in oral and written expression and teamwork. Capable of dealing professionally with individuals from a wide range of cultural, educational and socioeconomic backgrounds. The ability to multitask while prioritizing tasks is essential.

To apply, go to:

AA/EOE, m/f/d/v