The College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters offers five programs at the Master's Level.
These diverse programs are responsive to the changing needs of the community and relevant to the goals of our students and society.
The key components of this evening program involve the integration of applied mathematics, mathematical modeling and numerical analysis.
This program prepares students for research, management and policy positions or continuation into a Ph.D. program.
This is a two-year program designed for students who wish to pursue graduate study on a full or part-time basis so that they can balance professional and personal goals.
The Master of Science in Psychology is offered in two specializations: Clinical Health Psychology and Health Psychology.
The program is designed to serve a diverse student body representative of a variety of human service organizations.