University of Missouri - St Louis: Saint Louis, Missouri

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  • The degree is designed to enable music specialists in grades K-12 to pursue continued professional growth. more >

  • Explores femininity & masculinity and influence of race, sex, culture, class on gender, politics, human interaction. more >

  • The MBA is available in three formats: the Evening MBA program, the Professional MBA program and the International MBA program. All are fully accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the premier accr... more >

  • The M.S.emphasizes practical aspects of the field. more >

  • The Chemistry has a strong research emphasis as well as a dedication to teaching, but is of medium size allowing substantial interaction between faculty and students. There is an international make-up to the faculty and postdoctoral fellows, and there a... more >

  • The Department offers n M.S. and a cooperative Ph.D. in physics with the Missouri University of Science and Technology. The programs are based on the premise that adaptation to the modern world will require a deeper fundamental understanding of experi... more >

  • Broadly speaking, the field of I-O Psychology focuses on factors that influence individual and organizational effectiveness. This emphasis can take many forms. Industrial (or Personnel) Psychology focuses on selecting and maintaining human resources in... more >

  • This is a terminal degree equivalent to the PhD for teaching in a university. Students select a specialty in fiction or poetry. more >

  • The M.A. program in political science offers advanced education for those seeking careers in government, business, secondary education, community, or not-for-profit agencies. The principal foci of the 33-hour program are public administration and public... more >

  • The Department of Counseling and Family Therapy offers coursework leading to the Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees, to state certification in elementary and secondary guidance and counseling, to eligibility for licensi... more >

  • The M.Ed. offers emphasis aeras in general, curriculum & instruction, middle level education, reading and TESOL. more >

  • This is a policy-oriented doctoral program designed to prepare students for either an academic or a research-oriented career, the latter in government or consulting. The department is quite strong is urban politics and in comparative, with subfields in... more >

  • The Ed.D. is offered in school psychlogy or educational administration. more >

  • The Biology Department at the University of Missouri-St. Louis has a large, vibrant, and diverse graduate program. Graduate students can earn M.S. or Ph.D. degrees in one of two broad areas: Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (EES) or Cell and Molecula... more >

  • Physiological Optics is a multidisciplinary area concerned with the study of normal and anomalous vision. Students will be required to integrate basic skills in visual science with focal studies in an area of research emphasis. This program emphasizes r... more >

  • The Ed.D. is intended for practitioners. Areas of study are the themes around which learning groups are formed. more >

  • The curriculum is designed to serve the needs of full-time students as well as working students who are able to engage only in part-time studies. more >

  • The program provides opportunities for study and research in the areas of cognitive psychology and behavioral neuroscience. The doctoral program has adopted an apprenticeship model of graduate training in which each student works closely and continuousl... more >

  • The program provides the student with a comprehensive coverage of literature and language. more >

  • The Master of Science degree in Gerontology (MSG) is a multidisciplinary program of study designed to prepare students for management or direct service positions working with older adults and their families in various service, government and/or research... more >

  • This program has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1977. This full-time program is in accordance with the scientist-practitioner model of training. Our goal is to train clinical psychologists who are capable of generating... more >

  • Students pursuing the M.A. degree in mathematics may choose a field in either pure or applied mathematics. The pure mathematics emphasis is well suited for students preparing to teach at the high school, junior college, or four year liberal arts college... more >

  • The program prepares students for careers in teaching, research, finance, government, and industry. more >

  • The MPPA degree consists of 40 credit hours, 28 of which are taken as part of the core curriculum and 12 that are electives. Students who complete the degree must demonstrate the ability to: Design, research, write, and defend analyses of substantiv... more >

  • The Master's program is designed to provide students with a command of criminological knowledge and analytical skills. The proficiency of students and their ability to work independently are assessed through course grades. The MA in Criminology and C... more >

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