Welcome to the School of Graduate Studies

Through its graduate faculty, curricula, and research programs, the University offers to its more than 1,500 graduate students (a) 35 master’s degree programs, (b) specialist degrees in Educational Administration, Educational Leadership, Counseling Education; certificate program in Applied Behavior Analysis and (c) a cooperative doctoral degree in Educational Leadership. The School of Graduate Studies is strongly committed to fostering a successful learning environment by maintaining small classes and individualized research experiences for its students.

Admission Requirements and Deadlines
Areas of Study
Comprehensive List of Fees
Graduate Assistantships
Student Forms

Graduate Policies & Services

Academic Services & Support
Capstone Project Requirements
Thesis Submission Requirements
Thesis Checklist
Guide to Key Graduate Policies