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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Psychology (B.A.)

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - Department of Psychology

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology prepares students for a career in social services, service-oriented industries, and for a variety of positions in the private and public sectors.

Psychology (B.S.)

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - Department of Psychology

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology prepares students for work combining psychology and computer technology in addition to positions in medicine and industry.

Retailing and Consumer Sciences (B.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences

The Bachelor of Science in Retailing and Consumer Science is designed to help professionals integrate knowledge of consumers and merchandising processes and apply that knowledge to technology-based consumer practices in the fields of merchandising, technology entrepreneurship, retailing/e-tailing, sales/consumer service, and training and development.

Graduate Degree Programs

Civil Engineering (M.S.C.E)

College of Engineering - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

The Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE) program prepares students to solve current and future challenges found in the present day professional civil engineering industry.

Construction Management (M.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Construction Management

The Master of Science in Construction Management provides the knowledge and skills essential for successful leadership positions in the construction industry.

Curriculum and Instruction - Early Childhood Education (M.Ed.)

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Early Childhood Education guides graduates to extend their pursuit of excellence as teachers of young children (Pre-Kindergarten - 3rd Grade).

Curriculum and Instruction - Health Science Education (M.Ed.)

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Health Science Education is designed to meet the needs of professionals involved in teaching and learning in academic health science settings.

Curriculum and Instruction - Learning, Design, and Technology (M.Ed.)

Curriculum and Instruction - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction – Learning, Design, and Technology prepares graduates to lead instructional technology innovation in academic, military, community, and corporate settings.

Curriculum and Instruction - Mathematics Education (M.Ed.)

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Mathematics Education produces educators in mathematics who are well versed in current research and theories about mathematics learning and teaching.

Foresight (M.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences

The Master of Science in Foresight prepares students to enter an emerging professional field helping clients and employers anticipate significant changes that lie ahead and to influence those changes to achieve their long-term goals.

Higher Education (M.Ed.)

College of Education - Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

The Master of Education in Higher Education prepares students who aspire to leadership positions in student affairs and other key administrative positions within a college or university.

Hospitality Management (M.H.M.)

Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management

The Executive Master in Hospitality Management (MHM) is a unique online program that will refine the professional and academic skills of its graduates, giving them a competitive edge to lead and excel in the demanding arena of hospitality management.

Industrial Power Systems (M.E.E)

College of Engineering - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Master of Electrical Engineering in Industrial Power Systems program provides advanced instruction to give individuals the level of technical and business expertise needed to meet the increased industry demand for highly skilled professionals.

Mathematics (M.A.)

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Department of Mathematics

The Master of Arts in Mathematics is primarily designed to prepare students to teach mathematics at the secondary school and junior/community college levels. The program also provides advanced degree credentials for teachers who wish to take on supervisory positions.

Mechanical Engineering (M.S.)

College of Engineering - Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program prepares students to take on engineering leadership positions in industry, government or academia and provide the skills necessary to systematically solve real-world problems.

Online Professional Leadership (Ed.D)

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Online Executive Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Professional Leadership, with an emphasis in Literacy or Social Studies/Social Education, in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction is an online 51- credit hour program providing research and applied skills for educators grappling with current issues in urban settings.

Social Work (M.S.W.)

Graduate College of Social Work

Social work practice is concerned with promoting the well-being of all persons, improving the harmful effects of unhealthy social environments, and striving to achieve social and economic justice. The purposes of graduate social work education are to encourage a broad based perspective and value system, to provide knowledge for understanding and positively influencing human behavior and social systems, and to develop advanced skills for professional practice.

Special Populations (M.Ed.)

College of Education - Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

The Online Master's Program in Special Populations prepares professionals for the high-needs field of Special Education, and offers two tracks: Special Education Emphasis and Educational Diagnostician Emphasis.

Subsea Engineering (M.S.)

Cullen College of Engineering - Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science in Subsea Engineering is the nation’s first graduate subsea engineering program designed to prepare graduates for positions in the challenging field of the offshore petroleum industry.

Certificate Programs

Advanced Subsea Engineering

Cullen College of Engineering - Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Advanced Subsea Engineering graduate certificate is the advanced version of the nation's first graduate certificate program for subsea engineering designed to prepare graduates for positions in the challenging field of the offshore petroleum industry.

African American Studies

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - African American Studies

The African American Studies graduate certificate introduces students to advanced discussions, analyses, theoretical perspectives, and research methodologies in the discipline of Africana Studies.

Construction Management

College of Technology - Department of Construction Management

The Construction Management certificate provides fundamental skills to manage construction costs, schedules, and contracts.

Corporate Entrepreneurship

C.T. Bauer College of Business - Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship

The Corporate Entrepreneurship undergraduate certificate provides students with the skills and values of a corporate entrepreneur who can find and create opportunities in their organization.

Designing and Developing Educational Graphics

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Designing and Developing Educational Graphics graduate certificate was created for professionals working in education or private industry who wish to enhance their ability to design, create, and publish effective educational graphics.

Designing and Developing Educational Multimedia

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Designing and Developing Educational Multimedia graduate certificate is meant for professionals working in education or private industry who wish to enhance their ability to design, create, and evaluate educational multimedia.

Foresight

College of Technology - Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences

The Foresight graduate certificate is an abbreviated version of the graduate degree, in which students take four of the core courses from the graduate program. This program prepares students to enter an emerging professional field helping clients and employers anticipate significant changes that lie ahead and to influence those changes to achieve long-term goals.

Integrating Innovative Technologies in Health Science Education

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Integrating Innovative Technologies in Health Science Education graduate certificate is designed to provide health care professionals with expertise that will aid them as educators facilitating student learning and as managers of education programs.

Online Teaching and Learning

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Online Teaching and Learning graduate certificate was designed for professionals working in education or private industry who wish to enhance their ability to design, create, and evaluate online learning.

Retailing and Consumer Sciences

College of Technology - Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences

The Retailing and Consumer Science undergraduate certificate is an alternative version of the undergraduate degree, and is designed to help students integrate knowledge of consumers and merchandising processes and apply that knowledge to technology-based consumer practices in the fields of merchandising, technology entrepreneurship, retailing/e-tailing, sales/consumer service, and training and development.

Subsea Engineering

Cullen College of Engineering - Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Subsea Engineering graduate certificate is the basic version of the nation's first graduate certificate program for subsea engineering designed to prepare graduates for positions in the challenging field of the offshore petroleum industry.

Non-Credit Programs

The Bilingual Brain

This course explores the brain bases of bilingualism by discussing literature relevant to differences in age of initial learning, proficiency, and control in the nonverbal, single language and dual-language literature. Participants will learn about the latest research related to how humans learn one or two languages and other cognitive skills.

Math Behind Moneyball

Learn how probability, math, and statistics can be used to help baseball, football, and basketball teams improve player and lineup selection as well as in game strategy.

Powerful Tools For Teaching And Learning: Web 2.0 Tools

Learn about innovative Web 2.0 tools in K-12 instruction how to effectively integrate these technologies into classroom practices and to create engaging student activies.

Powerful Tools for Teaching And Learning: Digital Storytelling

Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Digital Storytelling introduces educators to digital storytelling and explores ways to use digital stories to enhance students' learning experiences. The course is designed to be comprehensive yet fundamental.

Preparing for AP Physics 1 Exam

This course is designed for high school students preparing to take the AP Physics 1 Exam.

A Brief History of Human Spaceflight

This course provides a view of the history of spaceflight, from early writings telling of human's fascination of space through the early Russian and American space stations. Developed as an interesting and entertaining slice of space history that is accessible to anyone with an interest in human spaceflight.