Texas Woman's University: Denton, Texas

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    Graduate courses in the Department of Kinesiology are designed to provide qualified individuals with the opportunity to pursue advanced study beyond the baccalaureate level. more >

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    The programs in dance are designed to prepare dance artists, scholars and/or educators who are well-grounded in the theories and contexts of dance as an art form. more >

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    The Department of Family Sciences at the Texas Woman's University offers graduate degree programs at both the master's and the doctoral levels. more >

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    The School of Management offers graduate programs leading to the M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration) as well as a joint M.B.A./M.H.A. more >

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    Emphasizes health promotion and disease prevention through the preparation of skilled nurse practitioners, managers, and educator-researchers. more >

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    The Department of Teacher Education is comprised of three program areas: Special Education, Professional Studies, and Educational Administration. more >

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    The M.A. in government provides a postgraduate study of the political process, with a focus on American politics and public policy. In history, the M.A. more >

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    The School of Library and Information Studies prepares students for leadership roles in the information professions, including careers in academic, public, special, and school libraries, and for a var more >

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    The Department of Psychology and Philosophy offers the Master of Arts degree and the Doctor of Philosophy degree in two areas of specialization, School Psychology and Counseling Psychology. more >

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    Advanced studies in Sociology at Texas Woman's University lead to master's and doctoral degrees. more >

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    The graduate program in the Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing requires a comprehensive foundation in the development of speech, language and hearing. more >

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    The master's and doctoral degree programs in the Department of Health Studies prepare graduates for leadership positions in the disciplines of health education and health promotion. more >

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    The Department of Chemistry and Physics provides graduate training through advanced courses, seminars, and research leading to an M.S. degree in chemistry. more >

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    Music Pedagogy: Texas Woman's University offers a graduate degree with an emphasis in Music Pedagogy for vocalists, pianists and flutists who are interested in refining their knowledge and skills for more >

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    The philosophical assumptions of the School of Occupational Therapy are based on a belief in the occupational nature of human beings. more >

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    The Master of Arts and the Master of Science prepare the student to enter the workforce or to pursue doctoral degree programs in mathematics, statistics, or related fields. more >

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    The principal objectives of the department are to provide professional development in literacy for teachers and educators, with emphases on advanced graduate training in literacy at early, elementary, more >

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    The Department of English, Speech, and Foreign Languages offers study leading to the Master of Arts degree in English, and to the Doctor of Philosophy in Rhetoric. more >

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    The Department of Visual Arts is a faculty of artists, designers and scholars engaged in the integrated activities of teaching, research and service. more >

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    The primary objectives of the graduate programs are to provide programs which advance students knowledge and expertise in their field of study; to engage in research activities which will contribute t more >

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    The Department of Biology is diversified so that a student can obtain a graduate degree with an emphasis in molecular biology, microbiology, neurobiology, general biology, or science education.

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    Course work and stage experience are designed to train well-rounded theatre practitioners who have the ability to function creatively and skillfully in a variety of theatrical situations. more >

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