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University of Houston offers the following graduate degree programs at the UH Sugar Land Campus.

Administration and Supervision (M.Ed.) (w/ Principal Certification) Education

College of Education - Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

The Master’s Program in Administration and Supervision provides a strong foundation of knowledge, skills, real world experience, and innovative research to prepare students to be educational leaders. Graduates fill an important need in the community, serving in diverse positions in both public and private educational institutions. The degree fulfills requirements for the Texas Standard Principal Certificate. However, graduates also pursue positions across the educational community and in business settings.

Counseling (M.Ed.) Education

College of Education - Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

The Masters of Education in Counseling program prepares students for careers in professional counseling and school counseling as well as for future doctoral study. The program’s faculty is dedicated to providing graduates a deep understanding of counseling theories, skills and techniques. Graduates will gain an understanding and awareness of the role and influence of the counselor in providing services to a diverse population and will be able to apply relevant research to broaden their knowledge of delivery and counseling services.

Human Resource Development (M.S.) Technology

College of Technology - Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences

This graduate program is designed for those individuals who want to make a difference in the global world of Human Resource Development (HRD). Students examine e-learning tools; build an understanding of adult learning theory and organization dynamics, practice research and productivity measurement techniques, and gain new insights into career development/talent management. The focus is on critical thinking, understanding theoretical foundations, developing instructional design strategies and using assessment techniques to measure program effectiveness, impact, and continuous quality improvement in diverse organizations.

Nursing (M.S.N)

School of Nursing

Take the next step in your nursing career by completing your MSN at the University of Houston Sugar Land, University of Houston Main, or University of Houston-Victoria campuses. Build upon your BSN degree and become a leader by preparing for an advanced practice role as a Nurse Educator, Nurse Administrator, or as a Family Nurse Practioner.

Professional Leadership (Ed.D)

College of Education - Department of Curriculum and Instruction

The Executive Ed.D. in K-12 Professional Leadership prepares students for Professional and Administrative Leadership positions in a variety of settings. The program provides intensive research and applied skills for students grappling with real-world concerns in education. Students bring the most pressing concerns experienced by the educational community to each course.

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.

Technology Project Management (M.S.)

College of Technology - Department of Information Logistics Technology

The degree plan for a Master of Science (MS) in Technology Project Management is designed specifically to prepare individuals with undergraduate degrees in technology disciplines for responsible leadership roles in the technology-based and professional workplaces.