Office of Graduate Admissions and Services
Graduate Programs: Arts and Sciences
The criminal justice program offers coursework leading to the Masters in Criminal Justice. Upon graduation, students will be prepared for agency employment or continued study in the field of criminal justice/criminology.
The graduate program in English is intended to meet the educational needs of those aspiring to professional advancement in the study and/or teaching of English or in other professions requiring advanced degrees in English. *Note: If you are wishing to gain a Class A Teaching Certificate, please visit our Education page.
The graduate program in Family Studies focuses on understanding the dynamics of
families in a changing society, as well as the impact that family interaction
has on individual development and success. The core objective of the Family
Studies M.S. program is to teach students the essential skills and competencies
designed to enhance the quality of life within families.
The geospatial science program is an innovative approach to applying spatial knowledge and technology to solve contemporary problems. It focuses on the multidisciplinary application of geography, the spatial paradigm, and methods of geospatial technologies.
The Master of Arts degree in History is intended to meet the education needs of those aspiring to professional advancement in the study and/or teaching of history or in other professions requiring and advanced degree. *Note: If you are wishing to gain a Class A Teaching Certificate, please visit our Education page.