BROOKS COLLEGE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Dr. Mark Schaub, Acting Dean
M.A.: Social Innovation
COLLEGE OF COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE
Dr. George Grant Jr., Dean
M.S.: Criminal Justice
M.H.A.: Health Administration
M.P.N.L.: Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership. Emphasis areas of study include community impact, custom program, mission advancement, and nonprofit healthcare
M.P.A.: Public Administration. Concentrations in criminal justice; health administration; nonprofit management and leadership; policy analysis, advocacy, and evaluation; and state, regional, and local governance.
M.S.W.: Social Work
Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Dr. Sherril Soman, Interim Dean
M.Ed.: Educational Leadership. Program emphases in educational leadership and special education administration.
M.Ed.: Educational Technology
M.Ed.: Higher Education. Program emphases in adult and higher education and college student affairs leadership.
M.Ed.: Instruction & Curriculum. Program emphases in early childhood education, educational differentiation, elementary education, and secondary level education.
M.Ed.: Literacy Studies. Program emphases in reading/language arts and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL)
M.Ed.: School Counseling
M.Ed.: Special Education. Program emphases in cognitive impairment, emotional impairment, and learning disabilities
Graduate Certificate in Online/Blended Instruction and Assessment
COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Dr. Roy Olsson Jr., Dean
M.S.: Clinical Dietetics
M.S.: Medical Dosimetry
M.S.: Dr.O.T., Occupational Therapy
D.P.T.: Physical Therapy
M.P.A.S.: Physician Assistance Studies
M.P.H.: Public Health. Track options in epidemiology and health promotion.
M.S.: Speech-Language Pathology
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Dr. Fred Antczak, Dean
M.A.: Applied Linguistics
MAT: Athletic Training
M.S.: Biology. Emphases in aquatic sciences and natural resources
M.H.S.: Biomedical Sciences
M.S.: Cell and Molecular Biology. Emphases in biotechnology and research
M.S. & Psy.S.: School Psychology
Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, Bioinformatics and Genomics
SEIDMAN COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Dr. Diana Lawson, Dean
M.S.A.: Accounting. Concentrations in auditing and taxation.
M.B.A.: Business Administration. Includes executive and professional programs
SEYMOUR AND ESTHER PADNOS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING
Dr. Paul Plotkowski, Dean
M.S.: Computer Information Systems. Concentrations in biomedical informatics, cybersecurity, database management, distributed computing, information systems management, software design and development, software engineering, and web and mobile computing
M.S.: Data Science and Analytics
M.S.E.: Engineering. Emphases in biomedical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, manufacturing operations, mechanical engineering, and product design and manufacturing engineering
M.S.: Health Informatics and Bioinformatics
KIRKHOF COLLEGE OF NURSING
Dr. Cynthia McCurran, Dean
D.N.P.: Doctor of Nursing Practice (concentrations in advanced practice, adult/older adult; advanced practice, child/adolescent; and health systems leadership)
Graduate Certificate: Interprofessional Palliative and Hospice Care
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M.Ed.: Educational Technology
M.Ed.: Literacy Studies
Graduate certificate in Interprofessional Palliative and Hospice Care
Graduate certificate in Nonprofit Leadership
Grand Valley State University
The Graduate School
318C Richard M. DeVos Center
401 W. Fulton Street
Grand Rapids, MI, 49504
Per credit hour (2019-2020 academic school year):
Master's: $671 - 733. Doctoral: $823 - 847.
Rates are based on academic program and there is no separate rates based on residency status.
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