University of Delaware - Graduate and Professional Education
Mary Martin, Associate Vice Provost for Graduate and Professional Education
M.A.: Agricultural & Technology Education, Art, Art History, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Communication, Counseling in Higher Education School Psychology, Criminology, Early American Culture, Economics, Education, Economics & Entrepreneurship for Educators, English, ESL/Bilingualism, Foreign Languages & Literature, Foreign Languages & Pedagogy, Geography, History, Liberal Studies, Linguistics, Political Science & International Relations, Physics, Psychology, Social Studies in World History, Sociology, Urban Affairs & Public Policy, School Psychology, Teaching English as a Second Language.
M.A.S.: Applied Science/Civil Engineering.
M.A.T.: Masters in the Art of Teaching.
Engineering Master’s DEGREES:
Engineering: Chemical, Civil, Electrical & Computer, Mechanical, Materials Science, Ocean Engineering.
M.B.A.: Business Administration.
M.B.A./M.A.: Business Administration/Economics.
M.B.A./M.S.: Business Administration/Organizational Effectiveness, Development & Change; Business Administration/Information Systems & Technology Management.
M.E.E.P.: Environmental & Energy Policy.
M.Ed.: Education, Educational Technology, Exceptional Children & Youth, Higher Education Administration, Reading Education, School Leadership.
M.F.A.: Fine Arts, Theatre.
M.M.P.: Marine Policy.
M.P.A.: Public Administration.
M.S.: Accounting, Agricultural & Resource Economics, Animal Science, Applied Mathematics, Art Conservation, Biological Sciences, Biomechanics & Movement Science, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, Entomology & Applied Ecology, Exercise Science, Food Science, Geography, Geology, Health Promotion, Health Services Administration, Hospitality Information Management, Human Development & Family Studies, Human Nutrition, Marine Studies, Mathematics, Operations Research, Physics, Plant & Soil Sciences, Public Horticulture, Wildlife Ecology.
D.P.T.: Physical Therapy.
Ph.D.: Animal Science, Applied Mathematics, Art History, Biological Sciences, Biomechanics & Movement Science, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Civil Engineering, Climatology, Computer & Information Sciences, Criminology, Economics, Education, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Economic Education, English, Entomology & Applied Ecology, Environmental & Energy Policy, Family Studies, Geology, History, Linguistics, Marine Studies, Materials Science, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Oceanography, Operations Research, Physics, Plant & Soil Sciences, Political Science & International Relations, Psychology, Sociology, Urban Affairs & Public Policy, School Psychology.
Ed.S.: School Psychology.
Ed.D.: Educational Leadership.
Rick Andrews, 302-831-1190 Deputy Dean Lerner College of Businiess & Economics
M.S.E.E.: Electrical Engineering.
M.E.M.: Mechanical Engineering.
Kathleen Werrell, Assistant Dean of Engineering
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