COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, HEALTH, AND HUMAN SERVICES n 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 individuals seeking advanced levels of specialization in the areas of teaching and human learning as well as data gathering, management and analysis in health-related contexts. In addition, the doctoral program (Ed.D.) and Education Specialist program (Ed.S.) develop professional educators into leaders and experts within their field. n The master’s in applied behavior analysis (ABA) offers students a foundational knowledge of the population, design, delivery and evaluation of behavioral intervention. n  The college’s community based education (CBE) master’s is designed to serve individuals working in educational outreach as well as teachers building connections with the community through place- based education strategies. n Online master’s programs are available in educational technology, education with TESOL, and early childhood education administration and leadership. Additional programs are flexible with online and hybrid course options to accommodate personal and professional obligations. . n Learn more at COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE n Offers 17 master’s and 12 certificate programs in competitive fields. All programs are taught by industry-connected faculty who lead classroom discussion and work with industry partners geared toward solving the challenges of today’s global economy. n Five PhD programs designed in response to industry demand for highly qualified engineers in both research and development. n The college’s state-of-the-art laboratory facilities offer effective and comprehensive areas for applied research that support the curriculum and build strong partnerships with industry, government and the community. n  For more information about CECS graduate programs, visit This university gave me the conviction to believe in my dreams and capabilities. I was accepted for the person I was, and people around me were so helpful and nice. It never felt like I was away from home. Anuja Pandey (’18 Information Systems and Technology) “ ”