Graduate Programs

To find out more about a program, click its title and explore its website. If you’re ready to start an application, please visit the online application page.

Basic Requirements

In addition to the requirements listed at each program link, all students are required to submit the following items. International applicants should visit here for additional requirements.

  • Official transcripts from ALL previously attended colleges and universities
    • International students must have their transcripts articulated. Transcripts that have not been articulated can be submitted for the application process; however, before registering for classes, the transcript must be articulated and submitted to the Graduate School.
  • Proof of grade point average of at least 2.7 on a 4.00 scale, including post-baccalaureate hours
  • Official standardized test scores taken in the last 5 years, if required by the prospective program
  • $40 application fee
  • A copy of your government-issued photo ID
  • Proof of 2 MMR vaccines. For more information about this requirement, please visit Health Services’ website.

The Clinton School of Public Service offers a Master of Public Service degree and is applied to separately.


College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences

Department of Art and Design

Art – M.A.

Division of Humanities

Interdisciplinary Studies – M.A.

Public History – M.A.

Second Languages – M.A.

Division of Science

Applied Science – M.S., Ph.D.

Applied Statistics – GC

Biology – M.A., M.S.

Chemistry – M.A., M.S.

Integrated Science and Mathematics – M.S.

Mathematical Sciences – M.S.


College of Business

Business Administration – MBA

Business Analytics – GC

Business– GC

Business Information Systems – GC, M.S.

Management – GC


College of Education and Health Professions

Audiology – Au.D.

Building Level Administration and Supervision – GC

Communication Sciences and Disorders – M.S.

Communication Sciences and Disorders – Ph.D.

Curriculum and Instruction – M.Ed.

Curriculum/Program Administration and Supervision – GC

Dyslexia Therapist– GC

Education – M.Ed.

Educational Administration and Supervision – Ed.S., Ed.D.

Gerontology – G.C.

Gifted and Talented Education – G.C.

Gifted, Creative, and Talented Education – M.Ed.

Higher Education – M.A., Ed.D.

Learning Systems Technology – M.Ed.

Literacy and Culture– GC

Literacy Coach Specialist – GC

Literacy Intervention Specialist – GC

Math Education – GC

Middle Childhood Education – M.Ed.

Reading – M.Ed., Ed.S., Ph.D.

Rural and Urban School Leadership – M.Ed.

Social Work – MSW

Special Education – M.Ed.

Superintendency – GC

Teaching Advanced Placement – GC

Teaching the Gifted and Talented – M.Ed.

School of Counseling, Human Performance, and Rehabilitation

Adult and Professional Learning – M.Ed.

Adult Education- Additional Licensure – G.C.

Adult Education- Initial Licensure – G.C.

Counselor Education – M.Ed.

Exercise Science – M.S.

Health Education and Promotion – M.S.

Orientation and Mobility of the Blind – G.C.

Rehabilitation Counseling – GC, M.A.

Rehabilitation of the Blind – M.A.

Sports Management – M.S.


College of Engineering and Information Technology

Bioinformatics – M.S., Ph.D.

Computer Science – M.S.

Construction Management – M.S.

Data Science – GC

Engineering Science and Systems – Ph.D.

Information Quality – GC, M.S.

Information Science – M.S.

Integrated Computing – Ph.D.

Systems Engineering – GC, M.S.

Technology Innovation – GC


College of Social Sciences and Communications

Division of Communications

Applied Communication Studies – M.A.

Business and Professional Writing – G.C.

Mass Communication – M.A.

Online Writing Instruction– G.C.

Professional and Technical Writing – M.A.

Strategic Communication – G.C.

Division of Social Sciences

Applied Psychology – MAP

Criminal Justice – M.A., M.S., Ph.D.

School of Public Affairs

Conflict Mediation – GC

Nonprofit Management – GC

Public Administration – MPA