The M.S. (online, non-thesis) is offered as an entirely online graduate degree program with an emphasis on the student who is already a practitioner in the field. The degree is focused on giving the student a solid foundation of the theoretical underpinnings of the field, while also developing the student’s practical administrative and management skills. Enrollment requires that the student hold a bachelor’s degree for admission into the master’s (online, non-thesis) program.
Prospective students must complete an application form and submit:
Two letters of reference
A personal statement indicating your interests, background, intent for pursuing a master's degree and how it will advance your career
Course work is offered through a combination of weekly evening synchronous meetings through Zoom and asynchronous delivery methods using Canvas. Courses will be offered in six-week time intervals. We encourage (but do not require) students to begin the program during the fall semester.
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