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GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Degree Programs

This section of the Preliminary 2017-2018 University Catalog includes revisions received after the 2016-2017 catalog's publish date of June 6, 2016. Revisions appear in red.

This Degree Programs section is divided into the following subsections. The subsections appear in the following order:


Undergraduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of General Studies

FAU Honors Programs

Undergraduate Minors

Undergraduate Certificate Programs


Combined Undergraduate/Graduate Degree Programs

Graduate Degree Programs

Graduate Certificate Programs



Undergraduate Degree Programs

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS (A.A.)

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (B.Arch.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF ARTS (B.A.) with major in one of the following:

Anthropology
(College of Arts and Letters)


Art
(College of Arts and Letters)

Biological Sciences
(College of Science)

Chemistry
(College of Science)

Communication Studies
(College of Arts and Letters)

Criminal Justice
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

Elementary Education
(College of Education)

English
(College of Arts and Letters)

Exceptional Student Education
(College of Education)

French
(College of Arts and Letters)

Geography
(College of Science)

Geology
(College of Science)

History
(College of Arts and Letters)

Interdisciplinary Studies: Arts and Humanities
(College of Arts and Letters)
(effective fall 2016)

Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Science
(College of Arts and Letters)


Jewish Studies
(College of Arts and Letters)

Liberal Arts and Sciences
(Honors College)

Linguistics
(College of Arts and Letters)

Mathematics
(College of Science)

Multimedia Studies
(College of Arts and Letters)

Music
(College of Arts and Letters)

Philosophy
(College of Arts and Letters)

Physics
(College of Science)

Political Science
(College of Arts and Letters)

Psychology
(College of Science)

Sociology
(College of Arts and Letters)

Spanish
(College of Arts and Letters)

Theatre
(College of Arts and Letters)


Programs leading to teacher certification at the secondary school level are available in Art, French and Spanish.

B.A. degrees in teacher education programs at the secondary school level are available in English, Mathematics, Social Science and Science, including Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Physics. Students must enroll in the degree program in the subject they wish to teach.

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (B.A.E.) with major in one of the following:

Elementary Education
(College of Education)

Exceptional Student Education

(College of Education)

B.A.E. degrees in teacher education programs at the secondary school level are available in English, Mathematics and Social Science. Students must enroll in the degree program in the subject they wish to teach.

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.B.A.) with major in one of the following:
(College of Business)

Accounting
Economics
Finance
Hospitality and Tourism Management
International Business
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing


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BACHELOR OF EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION (B.E.C.E.)
(College of Education)

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (B.F.A.) with major in one of the following:

Art
(College of Arts and Letters)

Theatre
(College of Arts and Letters)

BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES (B.G.S.)
(Offered by all colleges; program details appear below.)

BACHELOR OF HEALTH SERVICES (B.H.S.) with major in:

Health Administration
(College of Business)

BACHELOR OF MUSIC (B.M.) with major in one of the following:

Commercial Music
(College of Arts and Letters)

Music

(College of Arts and Letters)

BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION (B.M.E.)
(College of Arts and Letters and College of Education)

BACHELOR OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT (B.P.M.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (B.P.S.A.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.S.) with major in one of the following:

Accounting
(College of Business)

Biological Sciences
(College of Science)

Chemistry
(College of Science)

Computer Science
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Economics
(College of Business)

Exercise Science and Health Promotion
(College of Education)

Finance
(College of Business)

Geography
(College of Science)

Geology
(College of Science)

Hospitality and Tourism Management
(College of Business)

International Business
(College of Business)

Liberal Arts and Sciences
(Honors College)

Management
(College of Business)

Management Information Systems
(College of Business)

Marketing
(College of Business)

Mathematics
(College of Science)

Neuroscience and Behavior
(College of Science)

Physics

(College of Science)

B.S. degrees in teacher education programs at the secondary school level are available in Science: Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Physics. Students must enroll in the degree program in the subject they wish to teach.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (B.S.C.V.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING (B.S.C.E.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION (B.S.E.) with major in:

Exercise Science and Health Promotion
(College of Education)

B.S.E. degrees in teacher education programs at the secondary school level are available in Science: Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Physics. Students must enroll in the degree program in the subject they wish to teach.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (B.S.E.E.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (B.S.E.V.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN GEOMATICS ENGINEERING (B.S.G.E.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (B.S.M.E.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (B.S.N.)
(College of Nursing)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OCEAN ENGINEERING (B.S.O.E.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK (B.S.W.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (B.U.R.P.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF URBAN DESIGN (B.U.D.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

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Bachelor of General Studies
The Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.) degree allows students to design a plan of study to meet their personal interests and career goals. The plan of study is more flexible than that required in the traditional degree programs. The degree is intended for those members of the local community already in careers who need a degree to advance professionally or personally, as well as for current FAU students who meet the 120-credit requirement, but because of personal or employment imperatives, need to hasten their time to degree completion.

Degree Requirements (Changes below are effective immediately.)
In consultation with an advisor, students map out a plan of study that includes 15 credits of upper-division coursework in one discipline. All other requirements for the FAU degree apply, including:

1. A minimum of 120 credits overall;

2. All General Education (Intellectual Foundations Program) requirements (36 credits);

3. Writing Across Curriculum (Gordon Rule Writing) requirements;

4. At least 45 credits at the upper-division level;

5. The last 30 credits of upper-division credits taken in residence at FAU;

6. A minimum 2.0
FAU GPA overall and in the 15-credit upper-division coursework selected in one discipline.

Students may not pursue the Bachelor of General Studies as a second major, second degree or second baccalaureate. Students may pursue a
one minor with the B.G.S. degree, but there can be no overlap of courses between the B.G.S. 15-credit discipline and the minor.

Students interested in pursuing the Bachelor of General Studies should contact the advising office
of the FAU college that houses the student's selected discipline. Contact information for college advising offices is found in the General Information section of this catalog.

FAU Honors Programs

Undergraduates have a variety of honors options to choose from at FAU.

Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College
Academically accomplished students can take advantage of the complete all-honors education of the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College in Jupiter, Florida. The Honors College provides an extraordinary liberal arts and science education in a unique living and learning environment located on FAU’s beautiful John D. MacArthur campus, 40 minutes north of the main Boca Raton campus. It is an opportunity for motivated students to take all four years of their coursework at the honors level, in classes with an average size of 15 students. Honors College students receive the benefits of a small, selective, residential liberal arts college while also having full access to the research opportunities of a large university, including access to the world-renowned Scripps Research and Max Planck Institutes, located on the Jupiter campus and FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce.

Among the unique features of the Wilkes Honors College in Jupiter:

• All admitted students are awarded substantial merit scholarships including a significant number of "full-ride" scholarships (up to $60,000 over four years).

• Small class sizes mean students interact closely with professors who are internationally known scholars, researchers and authors.

• All students complete either an internship or a study abroad. Students have access to internships at Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute, as well as internships in the arts and humanities, law, politics, environmental studies and many other disciplines. Students have access to an extensive array of study abroad opportunities.

• Pathways in Business, Education, Engineering, and Nursing enable students to pursue focused career objectives while also receiving a strong foundation in the liberal arts and sciences.

• The Wilkes Medical Scholars Program enables a select group of students to receive a B.A. from the Wilkes Honors College and the M.D. degree from FAU’s College of Medicine in seven to eight years.  

• All Honors College students write an honors thesis in their senior year and take advantage of other opportunities to conduct research alongside faculty members. Honors College students have published their work in scholarly journals and are encouraged to present research at conferences.

• Students live in spacious residence halls and can take part in an impressive variety of recreational activities.

For more information visit the Wilkes Honors College website.

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University Honors Program
Another option for undergraduates is the University Honors Program based primarily on the Boca Raton campus.
Each year a number of highly qualified entering freshmen are selected for the University Honors Program. This two-year program provides a unique, enhanced educational experience. Through a series of small honors seminars and expanded course offerings, University Honors presents an exciting alternative to the normal program and course requirements for freshmen and sophomores. The University Honors Program seeks to admit those students who will benefit most from the enrichment offered by this experience. Selection decisions are based upon a student’s academic record in a college preparatory curriculum, SAT or ACT scores, liveliness of intellect, school and community involvement and capacity for leadership. Students who are not invited to apply to the program but feel they have the potential to successfully complete the University Honors Program may initiate an application by submitting a personal statement describing ways they feel qualified for the program and at least two letters of recommendation by teachers familiar with the student’s academic work.

The program consists of 20 honors credits. All students are required to take 2 credits of Honors Introduction to Academic Life (SLS 1501) offered in the fall. In addition, students are expected to complete 18 credits in courses that are specially designated as honors courses and also fulfill General Education requirements. These courses include:

1. University Honors core seminars that focus on topics central to a liberal arts education. They substitute for regular courses in the Intellectual Foundations Program (IFP), FAU's General Education curriculum, and are frequently designated by a 1930 to 1935 course number. These courses are limited to 22 students. Typically students in the University Honors Program are expected to take four seminars during their freshman year.

2. Specially designated honors sections of lower-division courses, affording intensive exposure to course material.

3. Advanced courses approved as substitutes for IFP requirements.

4. Additional elective honors seminars taken in the sophomore year.

5. Directed Independent Study with the faculty member of the student's choice.

6. A successfully completed honors compact conducted in connection with a course or Directed Independent Study.

7. An optional honors research internship in which students work directly with a faculty member in their major area of concentration.

In order to successfully complete the University Honors Program, students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average in their honors courses and an overall grade point average of 3.5. Completion of the University Honors Program will be recognized at a special University awards ceremony and will be noted on the student's Florida Atlantic University transcript.

Substitutes for Intellectual Foundations Program (IFP) Requirements
All seminars offered by the University Honors Program satisfy IFP (General Education) requirements. If students wish to complete a University Honors Program requirement by an alternative means (such as 2 through 7 above), that plan must be approved in advance by both the University Honors Director (who certifies that the work is being done at the honors level) and the Dean of Undergraduate Studies (who certifies that the work fulfills a General Education requirement).

Note:
Whenever a University Honors Program seminar satisfies a Writing Across Curriculum requirement, a grade of "C" or better is required. Substitutions for these seminars are subject to approval by the major college.

For additional information, visit the University Honors Program website.

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Undergraduate Minors
College of Arts and Letters Minors:
Anthropology
Arabic
Art History
Commercial Music
Communication Studies
Comparative Literature
Dance
English
Film and Video
French
German
History
Italian
Japanese
Linguistics
Philosophy
Political Science
Sociology
Spanish
Studio Art
Theatre

College of Business Minors:
Accounting
Business Administration
Business Analytics
Business Law
Digital Marketing
Economics
Entrepreneurial Management
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Healthcare Information Systems
Health Administration
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Information Security
International Economics
Leadership and Human Resource Development
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Operations Management
Real Estate

College for Design and Social Inquiry Minors:
Architectural Studies
Criminal Justice
Disaster Management
Nonprofit Management
Public Management

College of Education Minor:
Leadership Studies

College of Engineering and Computer Science Minors:
Computer Science
Geomatics Engineering

Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College Minors:
Anthropology
Art
Chemistry
Economics
English Literature
Environmental Studies
Ethics (Interdisciplinary)
History
Interdisciplinary Theory of Knowledge
Law and Society
Mathematics
Philosophy
Physics
Psychology
Spanish Literature
Women's Studies

Military Programs Minor:
Military Science

College of Science Minors:
Biological Sciences
Geographic Information Science
Geography
Geology
Mathematics
Physics
Psychology
Statistics

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Undergraduate Certificates
In addition to its degree programs and minors, the University offers the following undergraduate certificate programs:

College of Arts and Letters Undergraduate Certificates:
Asian Studies
Caribbean and Latin American Studies
Classical Studies
English as a Second Language (ESL) Studies
Ethics, Law and Society (Certificate is not admitting students at this time.)
Ethnic Studies
Jewish Studies
Peace, Justice and Human Rights
Professional and Technical Writing
Religious Studies
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

College of Business Undergraduate Certificates:
Business Analytics
Club Management
Digital Marketing
Gerontology
Healthcare Information Systems
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Information Security
International Business
Meetings and Events Management
Risk Management and Insurance

College for Design and Social Inquiry Undergraduate Certificates:
Aging
Child Welfare

College of Education Undergraduate Certificates:
Applied Mental Health Services (offered jointly with College of Science)
Community Access (open to Academy for Community Inclusion students only)
Community Living (open to Academy for Community Inclusion students only)
Employment (open to Academy for Community Inclusion students only)

College of Engineering and Computer Science Undergraduate Certificate:
Surveying and Mapping

College of Science Undergraduate Certificates:
Actuarial Science
Applied Mental Health Services (offered jointly with College of Education)
Biotechnology
Environmental Science
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Pre-Health Professions Studies
Statistics

These programs provide a multidisciplinary perspective and are available to all undergraduate students, unless stated otherwise in the program descriptions. Program descriptions are listed in specific college sections.

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Combined Undergraduate/Graduate Degree Programs

All combined bachelor's/master’s degree programs offered at the University require a minimum of 150 credits, comprised of a minimum of 120 credits for the baccalaureate degree and a minimum of 30 credits for the master’s degree. All 30 of the master’s degree program credits must be at the graduate level (5000 level or above). A maximum of 12 credits of graduate coursework may be used to satisfy both degrees. The baccalaureate degree will be conferred before the master’s degree. Please follow the links to the college sections below for the individual combined degree program information.

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE/MASTER OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING
ADVANCED STANDING PROGRAM (B.Arch./M.U.R.P.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF ARTS/MASTER OF ARTS (B.A./M.A.) with major in Geography
(College of Science)
(M.A. in Geography is no longer available.)

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.B.A. or B.S.) with major in Management Information Systems/MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) with major in Information Technology and Management
(College of Business)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE/MASTER OF SCIENCE (B.S./M.S.) with major in one of the following:

Biological Sciences
(College of Science)


Computer Science
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Mathematical Sciences
(College of Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.S.) with major in Biological Sciences/MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) with major in Environmental Science
(College of Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.S.) with major in Physics/PROFESSIONAL SCIENCE MASTER (P.S.M.)
with major in Medical Physics
(College of Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (e.g., B.S., B.S.C.V., B.S.C.E., B.S.E.E., B.S.E.V., B.S.G.E., B.S.M.E., B.S.O.E.) in any major offered by the College of Engineering and Computer Science/MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) with major in Bioengineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)
(Addition above effective fall 2016.)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING/MASTER OF SCIENCE (B.S.C.V./M.S.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING/MASTER OF SCIENCE (B.S.C.E./M.S.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING/MASTER OF SCIENCE (B.S.E.E./M.S.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING/MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING (B.S.E.E./M.S.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING/MASTER OF SCIENCE (B.S.M.E./M.S.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OCEAN ENGINEERING/MASTER OF SCIENCE (B.S.O.E./M.S.)
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

BACHELOR OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING/MASTER OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING ADVANCED STANDING PROGRAM (B.U.R.P./M.U.R.P.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

BACHELOR OF URBAN DESIGN/MASTER OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING ADVANCED STANDING PROGRAM (B.U.D./M.U.R.P.) (Effective fall 2016.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

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Graduate Degree Programs

MASTER OF ACCOUNTING (M.AC.)
(College of Business)

MASTER OF ARTS (M.A.) with major in one of the following:

Anthropology
(College of Arts and Letters)

Communication
(College of Arts and Letters)

English
(College of Arts and Letters)

French
(College of Arts and Letters)


History
(College of Arts and Letters)

Linguistics
(College of Arts and Letters)

Political Science
(College of Arts and Letters)

Psychology
(College of Science)

Sociology
(College of Arts and Letters)

Spanish
(College of Arts and Letters)


Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages/Bilingual Education (TESOL/BE)
(College of Education)
(Program is not admitting students at this time.)

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

(College of Arts and Letters)

MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING (M.A.T.) with major in one of the following:

Anthropology
(College of Arts and Letters)


French
(College of Arts and Letters)


Political Science
(College of Arts and Letters)

Spanish

(College of Arts and Letters)

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.) with major in:

Business Administration

(College of Business)

MASTER OF EDUCATION (M.Ed.) with major in one of the following:
(College of Education)

Counselor Education
Curriculum and Instruction
Early Childhood Education
(Program is not admitting students at this time.)
Educational Leadership
Educational Psychology

Elementary Education
Environmental Education
Exceptional Student Education
Instructional Technology

Reading Education
Secondary Education plus Certification

Social Foundations of Education
(Program is not admitting students at this time.)

MASTER OF FINE ARTS (M.F.A.) with major in one of the following:

Art
(College of Arts and Letters)

Creative Writing
(College of Arts and Letters)

Media, Technology and Entertainment
(College of Arts and Letters and College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Theatre

(College of Arts and Letters)

MASTER OF HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (M.H.A.)
(College of Business)

MASTER OF MUSIC (M.M.)
(College of Arts and Letters)

MASTER OF NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT (M.N.M.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (M.P.A.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.S.) with major in one of the following:

Applied Mathematics and Statistics
(College of Science)

Bioengineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Biological Sciences
(College of Science)

Biomedical Science
(College of Medicine)

Chemistry
(College of Science)

Civil Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Computer Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Computer Science
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Criminology and Criminal Justice
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

Economics
(College of Business)

Electrical Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Environmental Science
(College of Science)

Exercise Science and Health Promotion
(College of Education)

Finance
(Program is not admitting students at this time.)
(College of Business)


Geosciences

(College of Science)

Information Technology and Management
(College of Business and College of Engineering and Computer Science)

International Business
(Program is not admitting students at this time.)
(College of Business)

Mathematics
(College of Science)

Mechanical Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Ocean Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Physics
(College of Science)

Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology

(College of Education)

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (M.S.N.)
(College of Nursing)

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TEACHING (M.S.T.) with major in one of the following:

Biological Sciences
(College of Science)

Chemistry
(College of Science)

Economics
(College of Business)

Mathematics
(College of Science)

Physics

(College of Science)

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (M.S.W.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

MASTER OF TAXATION (M.TX.)
(College of Business)

MASTER OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (M.U.R.P.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

PROFESSIONAL SCIENCE MASTER (P.S.M.) with major in one of the following:

Business Biotechnology
(College of Science and College of Business)

Medical Physics

(College of Science)

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SPECIALIST IN EDUCATION (Ed.S.) with major in one of the following:
(College of Education)

Counselor Education
Curriculum and Instruction
Educational Leadership

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION (Ed.D.) with major in:

Exceptional Student Education
(College of Education)

DOCTOR OF MEDICINE (M.D.)
(College of Medicine)

DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE (D.N.P.)

(College of Nursing)

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph.D.) with major in one of the following:

Business Administration
(College of Business)

Chemistry
(College of Science)

Comparative Studies
(College of Arts and Letters)

Complex Systems and Brain Sciences
(College of Science)

Computer Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Computer Science
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Counseling
(College of Education)

Curriculum and Instruction
(College of Education)

Educational Leadership
(College of Education)

Electrical Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Experimental Psychology
(College of Science)

Geosciences
(College of Science)

Integrative Biology
(College of Medicine and College of Science)

Mathematics
(College of Science)

Mechanical Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Nursing
(College of Nursing)

Ocean Engineering
(College of Engineering and Computer Science)

Physics
(College of Science)

Public Administration

(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

DOCTOR OF SOCIAL WORK (D.S.W.)
(College for Design and Social Inquiry)

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Graduate Certificates
In addition to the above degree programs, the University offers the following graduate certificate programs:

College of Arts and Letters Graduate Certificates:
English as a Second Language (ESL) Studies
Environmental Studies (Certificate is not admitting students at this time.)
Film and Culture
Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

College of Business Graduate Certificates:
Big Data Analytics: Business
Crisis and Emergency Management (Certificate is not admitting students at this time.)
Environmental Management (Certificate is not admitting students at this time.)
Health Administration
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Innovation Entrepreneurship
Legal Compliance Management (Certificate is not admitting students at this time.)
Professional Accounting
Risk Management

College for Design and Social Inquiry Graduate Certificates:

Aging
Child Welfare
Economic Development and Tourism
Geographic Information Systems
Nonprofit Management
Sustainable Community Planning

College of Education Graduate Certificate:
Teacher Leadership


College of Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Certificates:
Bioengineering
Big Data Analytics: Computer Science
Corrosion
Cyber Security: Computer Science
Marine Engineering Management
Transportation Engineering

College of Medicine Graduate Certificate:
Biomedical Science

College of Nursing Graduate Certificates:
Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
Advanced Holistic Nursing
Clinical Nurse Leader
Family Nurse Practitioner
Nurse Educator
Nursing Administration and Financial Leadership

College of Science Graduate Certificates:
Cyber Security: Mathematics
Environmental Restoration
Geographic Information Systems
Medical Physics
Neuroscience
Pre-Health Professions Studies
Remote Sensing

These programs provide a multidisciplinary perspective and are available to all graduate students, unless stated otherwise in the program descriptions. Program descriptions are listed in specific college sections.

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