College of Arts and Sciences
Offering 20 graduate programs at the master’s and doctoral levels, the College of Arts and Sciences combines coursework in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences with an emphasis on new and emerging technologies. Faculty are at the forefront of a wide range of fields, and programs feature experiential learning and research opportunities that prepare students for competitive placement in a variety of careers.
Many programs are offered on a full-time or part-time basis, and competitive funding is available in most programs. Master's students in select programs may also choose to take advantage of Graduate Co-op — a period of full-time employment that enables you to build your résumé and receive academic credit for your experience. Students who work full-time can pursue a Graduate Co-op experience with their present employer's cooperation.