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Master Degree

Master degrees generally require
30 - 39 credit hours of course work.


In order to enter a master's program, one must have completed a bachelor degree. This degree is ideal to enhance one's advancement opportunities and earning potential. GRE scores must be submitted during the application process for any graduate program.

Criminal Justice(M.A.)
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice

English(M.A.)
Master of Arts in English

Communication (M.A.)
Master of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Strategic Communication

Gerontology(M.A.)
Master of Arts in Gerontology

History(M.A.)
Master of Arts in History

Psychology (M.S.)
Master of Science in Psychology

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(M.B.A.)
Master of Business Administration

(M.Ed.)Master of Education- Reading

(M.Ed.Master of Education- ESL

(M.Ed.)
Master of Education- Special Education in Early Intervention

(M.Ed.)Master of Education- Special Education in Educational Diagnostician

(M.Ed.)
Master of Education – Early Childhood Education

(M.Ed.)
Master of Education – Elementary Education

(M.Ed.)Master of Education- Special Education in Gifted Education

(M.Ed.)
Master of Education- Special Education in Mild/Moderate Grades 1-12

(M.Ed.)
Master of Education in Educational Leadership

(M.Ed.)
Master of Education in Educational Technology Leadership

Counseling(M.S.)
Master of Science in Counseling- Clinical Mental Health

Exercise Science (M.S.)
Master of Science in Exercise Science
Sport Management Concentration Only

Occupational Therapy(M.O.T.)
Master of Occupational Therapy (A Hybrid Program)

Public Administration (M.P.A.)
Master of Public Administration