Graduate Programs

Post-Baccalaureate Licensure

Students may earn a teaching license through the post-baccalaureate program, with or without earning a master’s degree, in the following areas:

Primary (to teach children from age 3 to grade five)

Middle Childhood (to teach children in grades four to nine)

Middle Childhood candidates must have two 24-semester-hour areas of concentration from math, social studies, language arts and/or science. Students may need to take undergraduate content area courses to complete the areas of concentration.

Intervention Specialist (to teach children with mild to moderate disabilities in grades K-12)

Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) (to teach in grades 7-12)

  • Integrated Language Arts
  • Integrated Social Studies
  • Integrated Math
  • Integrated Science
  • Life Science

Multi-Age (to teach in grades K-12)

  • Visual Arts
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)



Professional School Treasurer

Note: Multi-Age and AYA majors may need to take undergraduate content area courses to complete licensure requirements.

Doctor of Education

Doctor of Education in School Psychology

Doctor of Occupational Therapy

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Master of Arts in Education

Students may earn a master’s degree with an emphasis in any of the following:

Adolescent/Young Adult/Multi-Age

Children’s Literature

Curricular and Instructional Leadership for the Whole Child


Educational Administration

School Building Leader (Principal)

School District Leader (Superintendent)

Human Resource Development Strand-Athletic Administration Emphasis

Human Resource Development Strand-Leadership Emphasis

Human Resource Development Strand-Training and Development Emphasis

Intervention Specialist

Mathematics Teaching

Middle Childhood


Science Education

STEAM Instruction


Pre-Kindergarten Special Needs

Reading (reading specialists for grades K-12)

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Middle Childhood Generalist (for teaching in a self-contained 4th-6th grade)


Literacy Leader

Online Instruction

School Counselor Leadership

Training and Online Instruction

Dual Enrollment Certificates


Language Arts


Note: Students seeking a master’s degree without a license or endorsement take the 15-hour leadership core and 18 hours of electives in any combination of the above areas. Endorsements, initial teaching licenses and administrative licenses will vary in the number of hours required.

Master of Arts in Professional Communication

Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing

Master of Arts in TESOL and Applied Linguistics

Master of Business Administration

Business Analytics

Certified Management Accountant (CMA)

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Healthcare Management

Master of Occupational Therapy

Master of Physician Assistant

Master of Science in Applied Security and Analytics


Data Analytics

Master of Science in Environmental, Safety and Health Management

Environmental Health

Safety Leadership


Emergency and Disaster Management

Environmental Management

Occupational Health and Safety Management

Master of Science in Health Informatics


Health Informatics

Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences