Claremont Graduate University

  • Brandon Tuck, Associate Director of Admissions and Recruitment

    DEGREES
    M.A.: American Studies, American Studies & U.S. History, Applied Women’s Studies, Archival Studies, Art, Church Music, Cognitive Psychology, Composition, Critical Theory, Cultural Studies, Developmental Psychology, Early Modern Studies, Economics, English, European Studies, European Studies: European Studies, History & Early Modern Studies, Evaluation & Quantitative Analysis, Financial Engineering, Hebrew Bible, Higher Education, Historical Performance Practices, History, History of Christianity, International Economic Policy, Islamic Studies, Literature, Literature & Film, Museum Studies, Musicology, New Testament,Organizational Behavior, Performance, Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Religion & Theology, Political Economy & Public Policy, Program Evaluation, Social Psychology, Theology, Ethics & Culture, Women’s Studies in Religion.
    M.A.A.M.: Arts Management.
    M.A.I.P.E.: International Political Economy.
    M.A.I.S.: International Studies.
    M.A.P.: Politics.
    M.A.P.E.B.: Politics, Economics & Business.
    M.A.P.P.: Public Policy.
    M.A.P.P.E.: Public Policy & Evaluation.
    M.F.A.: Drawing, Painting, Digital Media, Multi Media, New Genre, Performance, Installation, Photography, Sculpture.
    M.P.H.: Public Health
    M.S.I.S.T: Information Systems & Technology.
    M.S.: Botany, Financial Engineering, Human Resources Design, Physical Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics.
    D.C.M.: Church Music.
    D.M.A.: Composition, Performance.
    Ph.D.: American Studies, American Studies & U.S. History, Botany, Cognitive Psychology, Computational Science, Computational & Systems Biology, Cultural Studies, Developmental Psychology, Economics, Early Modern Studies, Engineering & Industrial Applied Mathematics, English, European Studies; European Studies, Evaluation & Quantitative Analysis, Financial Engineering, History & Early Modern Studies; Hebrew Bible, Higher Education, Historical Performance Practices, History, History of Christianity, International Economic Policy, International Political Economics, Literature, Management of Information Systems, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Musicology, Museum Studies, New Testament, Organizational Behavior,Performance (Art & Music), Philosophy, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Religion & Theology, Political Economy & Public Policy, Political Studies, Social Psychology, Theology, Ethics, & Culture; Women’s Studies in Religion.

    PETER F. DRUCKER AND MASATOSHI ITO GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
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    Brandon Tuck, Director of Admissions
    DEGREES
    M.A.: Art Business (beginning fall 2013, in partnership with Sotheby’s Institute of Art).
    M.B.A.: Business Administration (concentrations in Strategy, Finance, Global Management, Leadership, Marketing, Nonprofit Management).
    M.A.: Management, Arts Management.
    M.S.: Financial Engineering.
    E.M.B.A.: Executive Management.
    M.S.A.M.: Advanced Management.
    EXECUTIVE CERTIFICATES: General Management, Leadership, Strategy.
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