Division of Academic Affairs
Academic Degrees and Programs
Be Sure to Consult Your Advisor
As part of the planning process, it is highly recommended that you consult regularly with your major advisor and/or advising services. Students must meet all degree requirements as specified in their catalog.
To learn more about what an area of study can offer you, see the career information tab for each Area of Study located in the online catalog.
Click on the careers tab at the top of the online catalog area of study page
The University offers 45 master's degree programs, an Educational Specialist degree, a Doctorate of Educational Leadership, a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, and Doctor of Nursing Practice and 9 certificates of advanced study. Graduate Studies provides direct access to program information, deadlines, criteria, program websites, and contact information for each Graduate Program Coordinator.
- Continuing and Global Education
- Community Engagement and Service-Learning
- Osher Lifelong Learning
- Smittcamp Honors College
- Study Abroad
- University High School