We have 38 graduate degrees, two doctoral programs, and 15 post-baccalaureate certificates at our two campus locations.  Find the degree or certificate that is right for you by following the links given below.


Accountancy (Master of Accountancy)
Applied Statistics and Decision Analytics (Master of Science)
Biology (Master of Science)
Business Administration (Master of Business Administration)
Chemistry (Master of Science)
Students Affairs (Master of Science)
High Education Leadership (Master of Science)
Communication (Master of Arts)
Community and Economic Development (Master of Arts)
Computer Science (Master of Science)
Counseling (Master of Science in Education)
with options in 1) Clinical Mental Health Counseling & 2) School Counseling
Curriculum and Instruction (Master of Science in Education)
Educational Leadership (Education Specialist)
Educational Leadership (Doctor of Education)
with options in 1) PreK-12 Education & 2) Higher Education
Educational Leadership (Master of Science in Education)
Educational Studies (Master of Science in Education)
with options in 1) Professional Education & 2) Language, Culture and Education
Engineering Technology (Master of Science)
(formerly Engineering Technology Leadership)
English (Master of Arts)
Environmental Science: Large River Ecosystems (Doctor of Philosophy)
GIScience and Geoenvironment (Master of Science)
(formerly a Master of Arts in Geography)
Health Sciences (Master of Science)
with options in 1) Public Health & 2) School Health
History (Master of Arts)
Instructional Design and Technology (Master of Science)
Kinesiology (Master of Science)
Liberal Arts and Sciences (Master of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
Mathematics (Master of Science)
Museum Studies (Master of Arts)
Music (Master of Music)
Physics (Master of Science)
Political Science (Master of Arts)
Psychology (Master of Science)
with options in 1) General Experimental & 2) Clinical/Community Mental Health
Psychology (Specialist in School Psychology)
Public Safety Administration (Master of Arts)
(formerly known as Law Enforcement and Justice Administration)
Quantitative Economics (Master of Science)
(formerly a Master of Arts in Economics)
Reading (Master of Science in Education)
Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration (Master of Science)
Sociology (Master of Arts)
Special Education (Master of Science in Education)
Speech Pathology (Master of Science)
Sport Management (Master of Science)
Theatre (Master of Fine Arts)

Graduate Student Admission Requirements

  • Hold a Bachelor degree
  • Have a combined GPA of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale for all college courses attempted; or have a 3.0 or higher GPA for the last two years of undergraduate work attempted.
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