Graduate Programs

Business Administration

Designed with a focus in strategic sustainability and interdisciplinary knowledge, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program challenges students to grow into innovative and responsible business leaders. With a focus on big picture thinking, our entrepreneurial culture fosters critical and systems analysis, effective communication, ethical reasoning, and team building.

Organizations are increasingly faced with disruptive challenges, including economic and political volatility, resource scarcity and complex social responsibilities. As a result, many businesses are looking to hire a new type of MBA graduate to drive strategic change within their organizations. This program closes the gap between what traditional business schools teach and what companies are looking for in their best employees. Our graduates serve the complex needs of organizations committed to making long-term investments in an uncertain future.

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Education, M.A.

Geared toward working education professionals, this program helps students develop effective strategies to meet the needs of diverse learners and understand the critical issues affecting education today. Courses are offered exclusively online and in the evenings to provide a convenient and flexible schedule that fosters professional success.

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Kinesiology, M.S.

The program incorporates theoretical, scientific, and practical knowledge in exercise, health, nutrition, sport, and physical activity to apply in preventive, clinical, educational, military, recreational, and commercial settings. Students graduate prepared for doctoral and professional programs or careers in health, performance, and physical activity.

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Psychology, M.A.

Three degree concentrations are offered: Academic Research, Counseling, and School Psychology.

  • Academic Research: Students specialize in Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Behavior Analysis, and Social/Cognitive Psychology.
  • Counseling: Meets the academic requirements for the Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) license.
  • School Psychology: Meets requirements for the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing for a Pupil Personnel Services Credential with an authorization to practice as a School Psychologist.

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Social Work, M.S.W.

The Master of Social Work (MSW) program is an advanced generalist with an emphasis on working in rural and Indigenous communities. The program teaches students how to achieve a holistic, compassionate presence to a caring, and ethical practice.

Social Work, M.S.W.