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Missouri State University Springfield , MO  
  • By enrolling in our graduate writing program you will develop superior writing skills and related problem solving abilities. more >

  • The degree is designed to provide instruction in various subject areas of history. more >

  • The program is designed for working professionals and focuses on the administration of health organizations. more >

  • The purpose of the degree is to furnish students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be competent teachers of reading from preschool through co... more >

  • The program's mission is to educate students in theoretical, scientific, and practical aspects of public health. more >

  • Designed for professionals who have interests in the field of technology pertaining to instructional and training strategies. more >

  • Provides a core education in 3 areas: early childhood education, child development, and family development. more >

  • This program provides the necessary competencies that lead to initial certification for students to serve as principals in Missouri schools. more >

  • This program prepares students for advanced social work practice in an area of concentration. more >

  • This program seeks to impart advanced skills in writing, critical reading, and the analysis of language. more >

  • This program is designed to educate qualified students in sub-disciplines of psychology & includes extensive research training. more >

  • An interdisciplinary program designed to provide graduate preparation for students in health, human services and business. more >

  • The Au.D. program is designed to prepare professionals to enter the workplace through intensive academic & clinical experiences. more >

  • A cross-disciplinary program which features enhancement of administrative abilities within a chosen area of emphasis. more >

  • The Department of Nursing offers an NLNAC accredited Master of Science in Nursing degree as well as a BSN to DNP degree. more >

  • The program is designed to provide professional training for administrators of public agencies and nonprofit organizations. more >

  • A M.S. degree with options in elementary school counseling, secondary school counseling and community agency counseling. more >

  • The program focuses on the academic, clinical, and research foundations for a career in communication disorders. more >

  • A cooperative program with the University of Missouri that prepares future librarians and information professionals. more >

  • The Master of Arts in Teaching allows students to obtain their teaching certificate and a master's degree in the same program. more >

  • An advanced degree in math provides the necessary skills in critical thinking, analysis, and research for a variety of careers. more >

  • A partnership with UMKC, this program provides graduate level training necessary to become a pharmacist in the United States. more >

  • Enables students to create a screenwriting portfolio using the industry-standard model of "workshopping" script pages. more >

  • This program is tailored to working professionals who desire to further their career as a school psychological examiner. more >

  • This program develops a theoretical understanding & provides practical experience in the field of student affairs. more >