The College of Humanities and Sciences offers the following graduate degree programs:
Chemistry, M.S. and Ph.D.
Clinical Psychology, M.S. and Ph.D.
Counseling Psychology, M.S. and Ph.D.
Creative Writing, M.F.A.
Criminal Justice, M.S.
Forensic Science, M.S.
Health Psychology, Ph.D.
Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, M.A.
Mass Communications, M.S.
creative brand management
strategic public relations
Mathematical Sciences, M.S.
Media, Text and Art, Ph.D.
Psychology, M.S. and Ph.D.
Public Administration, M.P.A.
Systems Modeling and Analysis, Ph.D.
Urban and Regional Planning, M.U.R.P.
Post-baccalaureate graduate certificates
Applied Social Research
Gender Violence intervention
Geographic Information Systems
Historic Preservation Planning
Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
Planning Information Systems
Public Management (Graduate)
Transportation Planning and Analytics
In addition to these degree programs, the College of Humanities and Sciences offers selected graduate courses in the Department of Philosophy and the School of World Studies (Foreign Languages and Religious Studies), but does not offer graduate degree programs in these areas.