Graduate School

Vice Provost & Dean: Dixie Thompson

Graduate programs bring together faculty and graduate students as a community of scholars with a common interest in creative work and advanced study. Programs are available to individuals desiring work toward the master’s and doctoral degrees or professional certification, those interested in continuing education for updating and broadening their knowledge, and those pursuing postdoctoral research. The university offers 54 doctoral degrees, 79 master's degrees, five educational specialist degrees, three professional programs, and 29 graduate certificate programs. More than 6,000 graduate and professional students are enrolled on and off campus under the tutelage of 1,500 faculty members. The university employs a variety of modes, traditional and nontraditional, in offering quality programs designed to serve a diverse student clientele. The Graduate School


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Doctoral Dissertations

Masters Theses

Theses and Dissertations Supplemental Files