Graduate Programs

Approximately 2,500 students are enrolled in 17 doctoral and 54 master’s degrees, together with one specialist and 23 certificate programs across six academic colleges.  Our graduate students are engaged in professionally oriented programs that prepare them for successful careers or highly academic programs that lead to a life of research, scholarship and creative endeavors in and outside of higher education. In addition, we offer a variety of online graduate and certificate programs designed for busy working adults. 

To enrich this experience, more than half of our graduate students are funded through graduate assistantships that provide applied academic experience while working full-time on their degree.  In addition to full-time education, the Graduate College also offers flexible and varied learning experiences that fit into students’ current professional lifestyles through part-time, weekend/evening, and online/blended programs.

Graduate Programs Master Contact List 


Doctoral Degree Programs

Master's Degree Programs

·  Accounting

·  American Culture Studies

·  Analytics

·  Applied Geospatial Science

·  Applied Statistics & Operations Research

·  Architecture

·  Art (2-D/3-D Studies and Digital Arts)

·  Art History

·  Biological Sciences

·  Business Administration (Executive/Professional MBA)

·  Chemistry

·  Classroom Technology

·  College Student Personnel

·  Communication Disorders

·  Computer Science

·  Creative Writing

·  Criminal Justice

·  Cross-Cultural and International Education

·  Curriculum & Teaching

·  Educational Administration & Supervision (K-12)

·  English (See Specializations)

·  Financial Economics

·  Food and Nutrition

·  Forensic Science

·  French

·  Geology

·  German

·  Gerontology

·  History

·  Human Movement, Sport, & Leisure Studies (Kinesiology, Leisure and Tourism, and Sport Administration)

·  Interdisciplinary Studies

·  Learning Design

·  Mathematics & Statistics

·  Media & Communication

·  Mental Health and School Counseling

·  Music (Ethnomusicology, Composition,   Education, History, Performance, Theory)

·  Organization Development

·  Philosophy

·  Physics & Astronomy

·  Political Science (German and Political Science)

·  Popular Culture

·  Psychology (as a precursor to the Ph.D.)

·  Public Administration

·  Public Health

·  Reading

·  School Counseling

·  Social Work

·  Sociology

·  Spanish

·  Special Education

·  Teacher Education (Adolescent/Young Adult and World Languages)

·  Technology Management (Construction Management, Engineering Technology, and Quality Systems)

·  Theatre

·  Workforce Education and Development

Specialist Degree Programs

Graduate Certificate Programs