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Take your degree to the next level

Whether you are a lifelong learner or require a master's degree to advance in your career, the College of Education and Human Sciences offers graduate opportunities that will transform your life. We offer close relationships between faculty and students. Graduate students receive individual attention, working on-on-one with professors through classroom instruction and clinical experiences that develop competencies across disciplines. We understand and are here to ensure you achieve academic excellence on your terms, at your pace.

Athletic training students studying different techniques.

Master of Science in Athletic Training

The athletic training graduate program will prepare you to become a versatile athletic trainer. Here, you'll receive the education and experience needed to pass the Board of Certification (BOC) exam and become a highly educated healthcare professional.

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faculty-student collaborative research

Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Earn your master's degree in communication sciences and disorders. Our accredited program will provide you with the skills and experience needed to stand out in your future career as a speech-language pathologist.

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Student Teaching

Master of Education Professional Development

The master of education in professional development graduate program is a blended weekend and online, 30-credit cohort program designed specifically for the professional development of educators.

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Graduate certificate programs

Director of special education and pupil services certificate

Graduate student resources

Whether you're a new or returning Blugold, we want to make sure you find everything you need to know about our graduate programs. Here are a few resources that will help.

The CSD graduate program provides its students with phenomenal opportunities to enhance their academic knowledge and skills, clinical practice, as well as pertinent dispositional skills for working with diverse families and individuals.