Graduate Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences offers more than 20 degree programs in 12 departments, including degrees in biology, education, Englishhumanities, mathematics, theology and religious studies, clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and school psychology. In partnership with the Boler School of Business, we also offer degrees in communications management and nonprofit administration.

We offer post-baccalaureate programs in education and pre-medical preparation. Additionally, there are options for post-master’s coursework in clinical mental health counselingschool counseling, and school psychology.

A number of endorsements are available for licensed teachers.  You might consider an endorsement as an Early Childhood Generalist, a Middle Childhood Generalist, or in Reading.

Three certificates are offered in Nonprofit Management, Theology & Religious Studies, and Assessment, Research and Measurement.

Perhaps you are looking to take a class for personal enrichment, to prepare for further advanced study, or to join us as a transient student. With a baccalaureate degree, you will apply through the Office of Graduate Studies as a non-degree seeking student.

Within a rich, 60-year tradition of graduate education and more than 700 graduate students enrolled, you will find a variety of opportunities for advanced study in an environment that fosters intellectual inquiry and professional growth.

We welcome you and look forward to having you join us!