Dr. Michelle Marks, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Dr. Cody W. Edwards, Associate Provost, Graduate Education
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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
M.ED.: Counseling & Development (Community Agency Counseling, School Counseling), Curriculum & Instruction (ASTL: Advanced International Baccalaureate, ASTL: Early Childhood Education, ASTL: Elementary Mathematics, ASTL: Foreign Language French, ASTL: Foreign Language Spanish, ASTL: History, ASTL: Individualized, ASTL: Literacy: PK-12 Classroom Teachers, ASTL: Literacy: Reading Specialist, ASTL: Mathematics, ASTL: Physical Education, ASTL: Science, ASTL: Special Education, ASTL: Teacher Leadership), Early Childhood for Diverse Learners, Elementary Education, English as a Second Language, Foreign Language: Arabic, Foreign Language: Chinese, Foreign Language: French, Foreign Language: German, Foreign Language: Japanese; Foreign Language: Latin, Foreign Language: Russian, Foreign Language: Spanish, Instructional Technology: Assistive/Special Education Technology, Instructional Technology: Instructional Design & Development, Instructional Technology: Integration of Technology in Schools, International Education: FAST TRAIN ESOL PK-12, International Education: FAST TRAIN PK-6; Multilingual & Multicultural Education, Secondary Education: Biology, Secondary Education: Chemistry, Secondary Education: Earth Science, Secondary Education: English, Secondary Education: History/Social Science, Secondary Education: Math, Secondary Education: Physics), Education Leadership (Math Specialist Leader K-8, Special Education Leadership), Special Education (Early Childhood Special Education).
M.S.: Educational Psychology (Assessment, Evaluation, Testing; Learning, Cognition, & Motivation; Teacher Preparation), Exercise, Fitness & Health Promotion, Sport & Recreation Studies (International Sport Management, Recreation Administration, Sport Coaching, Sport & Leisure Studies, Sport Management).
CERTIFICATES: Applied Behavior Analysis, Assistive Technology, ASTL: Literacy-Reading Specialist, Data-Driven Decision-Making for Continuous Educational Improvement, e-Learning, Early Childhood Education PK-3, Early Childhood Special Education, ESL/Special Education, English as a Second LanguagePK-12, FAST Train Advanced International Baccalaureate, FAST Train Special Education, Foreign Language, Integration of Technology in Schools, Post-Masters Counseling, Secondary Education, Special Education Leadership, Students with Disabilities who Access the Adapted Curriculum, Students with Disabilities Who Access the General Curriculum, Teaching Historic Places with Diverse Populations, Teaching Students with Autism, Visual Impairment PK-12.
COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
M.H.A.: Health Systems Management.
M.P.H.: Public Health (concentrations in Community Health Promotion, Epidemiology, Global Health, Health Policy, Public Health Communication).
M.S.: Global Health; Health and Medical Policy; Health Informatics; Nutrition.
M.S.N.: Nursing (concentrations in Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, Nursing Administration), R.N. to M.S.N.
M.S.W.: Social Work (concentrations in Clinical Practice, Social Change).
Ph.D.: Health Services Research ( concentrations in Knowledge Discovery and Health Informatics, Health Systems and Policy); Nursing, Rehabilitation Science.
D.N.P.: Nursing (concentrations in Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Clinical Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Administration).
CERTIFICATES: Food Security, Gerontology; Health Informatics and Data Analytics; Nursing Education; Nutrition; Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner; Public Health; Public Health Leadership & Management, Quality Improvements/Outcomes Management, Rehabilitation Science.
COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
D.A.: Community College Education.
M.A.: Anthropology, Art History, Communication; Criminology, Law & Society; Economics, English, Foreign Languages, Global Affairs, History, History of Decorative Arts, Middle East & Islamic Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology.
M.A.I.S.: Community College Teaching, Computational Social Science, Energy & Sustainability, Film & Video Studies, Folklore, Higher Education, Interdisciplinary Studies, Neuroethics, Religion, Culture & Values; Social Entrepreneurship, War & the Military in Society; Women & Gender Studies.
M.F.A.: Creative Writing.
M.P.A.: Public Administration.
M.S., Ph.D.: Biodefense.
Ph.D.: Communication; Criminology, Law & Society; Cultural Studies, Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology.
CERTIFICATES: Administration of Justice, Applied Conservation Science, Association Management, Aviation Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, College Teaching, Critical Analysis & Strategic Responses to Terrorism, Economic Systems Design, Emergency Management & Homeland Security, Folklore Studies, Higher Education Administration, Nonprofit Management, Professional Writing & Rhetoric, Public Management, School Psychology, Science Communication, Teaching English as a Second Language, Usability, Women & Gender Studies.
COLLEGE OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
M.A.: Arts Management, Graphic Design
M.A.: Video & Film Studies, MAIS Program.
M.A.T.: Art Education.
M.F.A.: Art & Visual Technology, Dance.
Theater Graduate Certificate in Teaching.
SCHOOL OF CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND RESOLUTION
M.S., Ph.D.: Conflict Analysis & Resolution.
CERTIFICATES: Conflict Analysis & Resolution Advanced Skills, Conflict Analysis & Resolution for Collaborative Leadership in Community Planning, Conflict Analysis & Resolution for Prevention, Diplomacy & Conflict Resolution, Reconstruction & Stabilization Contexts, World Religions.
SCHOOL OF LAW
LL.M.: Law & Economics; Intellectual Property Law.
DUAL DEGREE: JD/MPP in Law & Public Policy.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
M.B.A.: Business Administration, Executive MBA.
M.S.: Accounting, Management of Secure Information Systems-Interdisciplinary; Real Estate Development; Technology Management; Management.
SCHOOL OF POLICY, GOVERNMENT, AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
M.A.: International Commerce & Policy; Political Science;Transportation Policy, Operations & Logistics.
M.P.A.: Public Administration
M.P.P.: Public Policy.
M.S.: Biodefense; Organizational Development & Knowledge Management; Peace Operations.
Ph.D.: Public Policy; Political Science; Biodefense
CERTIFICATES: Biodefense; Emergency Management and Homeland Security; Global Health and Security; National Security & Public Policy; Nonprofit Management; Public Management; Science, Technology, and Security; Terrorism and Homeland Security.
VOLGENAU SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
M.S.: Applied Information Technology, Civil & Infrastructure Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Forensics, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Security & Assurance, Information Systems, Management of Secure Information Systems-Interdisciplinary, Operations Research, Software Engineering, Statistical Science, Systems Engineering, Telecommunications.
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