University of Missouri - St. Louis

  • Christopher Spilling, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Research
    spillingc@umsl.edu (314) 516-5437

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    DEGREES
    M.Acc.: Accounting

    M.A.: Communication, Criminology, Economics, English, History, Museum Studies (History emphasis), Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology

    M.B.A.: Business Administration

    M.Ed.: Adult & Higher Education, Counseling, Educational Administration, Educational Psychology, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Education

    M.F.A.: Creative Writing

    M.P.P.A.: Public Policy Administration

    M.S.: Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Information Systems, Physics

    M.S.W.: Social Work

    Ed. S.: Education Administration, School Psychology

    Ph.D.: Biology, Business Administration-Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Chemistry, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Education, Math & Computational Science, Nursing, Physics, Political Science, Psychology-Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychology-Clinical Psychology

    D.B.A: Doctor of Business Administration

    Ed.D.: Doctor of Educational Practice

    D.N.P: Doctor of Nursing Practice

    CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Accounting Data Security,  Advanced Credit Program - Instructional Communication, Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Studies, Biotechnology, Business Administration, Business Intelligence, Character & Citizenship Education, Clinical Psychology Respecialization, Community College Leadership, Cybersecurity, Digital & Social Media Marketing, Early Childhood Education, Elementary School Teaching, Elementary & Special Education Teaching, Enterprise Systems Development, Gender Studies, Global Biodiversity Conservation & Leadership, History Education, Human Resource Management, Institutional Research, International Studies, Local Government Management, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Marketing Management; Museums, Heritage, & Public History; Nonprofit Organization Management & Leadership, Policy & Program Evaluation, Post Graduate  Nurse Practitioner, Program Evaluation & Assessment, Secondary School Teaching, Social Justice in Education, Student Affairs Administration & Leadership, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Teaching of Writing, Trauma Studies

    COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY
    314-516-5606
    O.D. DEGREE

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    ONLINE DEGREES
    M.Ed.: Elementary Education (emphasis in Early Childhood), Secondary Education, Special Education. Doctor of Nursing Practice
    Ph.D.: Nursing

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