University of Dayton - Office of Graduate Academic Affairs
Dr. Paul Vanderburgh, Associate Provost
Dr. Bradley D. Duncan, Executive Director Graduate Academic Affairs
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
M.A.: Communication, English, Pastoral Ministry, Psychology (Clinical, Experimental-Human Factors, General), Theological Studies.
M.S.: Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics Education.
Master of Computer Science.
Master of Financial Mathematics.
M.P.A.: Public Administration.
Ph.D.: Biology, Theology.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
M.B.A.: concentrations in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management, Technology-Enhanced Business.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED PROFESSIONS
M.S.Ed.: Adolescence to Young Adult Education, Art Education, College Student Personnel, Community Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership, Exercise Science, Higher Education Administration, Human Development Services, Intervention Specialist, Literacy, Middle Childhood Education, Multi-Age Education, Music Education, Physical Education, School Counseling, School Psychology, Teacher as Child/Youth Development Specialist, Teacher as Leader, Technology-Enhanced Learning.
D.P.T.: Physical Therapy.
Ed.S.: Educational Leadership, School Psychology.
Ph.D.: Educational Leadership.
SCHOOL OF LAW
Master's Program in Government Contracting & Procurement.
Programs in Law & Technology, Lawyer as Problem Solver. Innovative First-year program, 5-Semester Option.
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