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Biochemistry

Graduate studies in Biochemistry can lead to an MPS or MS degree. Students may choose from biomedical research areas such as cell regulatory systems, protein biochemistry, molecular immunology, cellular and molecular toxicology, microbiology, bioinformatics, and genomics. Financial aid is available on a competitive basis, primarily in the form of graduate teaching assistantships. Research assistantships and […]

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Civil Engineering

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers MS (thesis or non-thesis) and PhD degrees in Civil Engineering. Areas of study include Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering and Mechanics, and Water Resources Engineering. A Master of Engineering (ME) in Civil Engineering degree program (non-thesis) with a concentration in Water and Environment is also offered […]

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Education

The College of Education and Human Development offers a PhD in Education with focus areas in Educational Leadership, Higher Education, Literacy Education, Prevention and Intervention Studies, and STEM Education*. Educational Leadership The PhD program in Educational Leadership is for experienced educational leaders looking to stretch themselves professionally and academically and is designed to equip students […]

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Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry offers programs of study and research leading to MS and PhD degrees. Candidates for advanced degrees in the Department of Chemistry normally are expected to have completed the minimum undergraduate program established by the American Chemical Society Committee on Professional Training. The graduate program in chemistry may include any chemistry courses […]

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Educational Leadership

Study in Educational Leadership provides both a theoretical and practical understanding of educational organizations, leadership, educational program planning and evaluation, and management functions. MEd and EdS programs prepare leaders primarily for PreK-12 public and private schools, but also encompass other education agencies as well. The EdD program serves as a vehicle for scholarly-practitioners to study a problem […]

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Ecology and Environmental Sciences

The graduate program in Ecology and Environmental Sciences capitalizes on University strengths in ecology, environmental science, and environmental policy. Students can earn MS (thesis or non-thesis) and PhD degrees in Ecology and Environmental Sciences using an integrated interdisciplinary approach to the analysis of ecological and environmental problems. The EES graduate program includes faculty members across 14 academic departments […]

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Physics

The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers Physics degrees in Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy. Master of Science:  The program of graduate study for the master’s degree, which normally requires two years, is developed around an original investigation, the results of which are presented as a thesis. Of the minimum of 30 semester […]

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Master of Science in Teaching

The Master of Science in Teaching (MST) is offered by the University’s Center for Research in STEM Education. The program is designed to increase the number of qualified teachers in science and mathematics and to offer a research-based professional development opportunity for pre-and in-service teachers seeking Master’s degrees. The program also attracts doctoral students interested in […]

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Psychology (Clinical)

The doctoral training program in clinical psychology prepares students for the doctorate (Ph.D.) in psychology and for careers combining research and clinical practice. The program is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and adheres to the “scientist-practitioner” model of training. At present, cognitive-behavior therapy, behavior therapy, and related approaches are well represented among the interests of core […]

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Global Policy

The Master of Arts in Global Policy program provides students with the analytical tools and professional skills necessary to deal with some of the most pressing global challenges. The School of Policy and International Affairs (SPIA) offers an interdisciplinary curriculum, consisting of a wide array of thematic and geographical courses, which allows students to cultivate […]

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