Areas of Study
Whether you are looking to develop your teaching skills, prepare for a career in healthcare IT or build your expertise in working with nonprofits, we have the program for you.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Services offers a number of master's degree programs geared towards advancing student knowledge in health- and education-related career fields. Several programs are suited in particular to educators seeking advanced levels of specialization in the areas of teaching and human learning. In addition, the M.S. in Health Information Technology prepares professionals in data gathering, management and analysis in health-related contexts. The doctoral program (Ed.D.) and Education Specialist program (Ed.S.) develop professional educators into leaders and experts within their field. All of our graduate degree programs cater to working professionals through online, evening and summer course offerings. You can learn more about the policies that govern our master’s degree programs by reviewing the graduate catalog.
- M.S in Applied Behavior Analysis
- M.A in Community Based Education
- M.A. in Early Childhood Education
- M.A. in Education (Online options)
- M.A. in Educational Leadership (MAEL)
- M.A. in Educational Technology (Online)
- M.S. in Health Information Technology
- M.A. in Teaching
- Doctoral Program (Ed.D.)
- Education Specialist Program (Ed.S.)
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