A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
Earning an advanced degree such as a Master offers the ability to increase your skill set and possibly improve your employment chances at the same time. Master programs may be offered online or part-time, so students can pursue their education in a manner that is convenient for them.
The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.
Lehigh’s master’s of Educational Leadership prepares individuals for leadership positions in a broad range of educational institutions and related organizations and agenc
Course Requirements: 10 courses (30 credits)
Typical Course Load: Fall (2 courses), Spring (2 courses), Summer (1-2 courses)
Time to Completion: 1 1/2-2 years
Alumni Current Positions: Graduates work as PK-12 school leaders and college and university administrators.
The digital revolution, the movement toward greater inclusion in schools, and other seismic shifts in education have changed the field dramatically, making the need for highly effective and versatile leaders greater than ever.
Lehigh’s master’s of Educational Leadership prepares individuals for leadership positions in a broad range of educational institutions and related organizations and agencies. Alumni of the program work in such areas as school leadership and administration, higher education, and community and educational organizations. The need for leaders in K-12 schools is expected to grow by 8 percent in the decade between 2016 and 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics....
The master’s is designed for those who hold a bachelor’s degree in Special Education and want to expand their skills but also for those who have a bachelor’s degree in ge
Course Requirements:10 courses (30 credits)
Typical Course Load:Fall (2 courses), Spring (2 courses), Summer (2 courses) which allows candidates to complete the program in two years (two falls, two springs, and one summer).
Time to Completion: 2 years
Practical Experience Component: Fieldwork is an important part of the program. Those students who are already teachers have the opportunity to complete the fieldwork at their current positions.
Alumni Current Positions: Graduates work as teachers in both public and private K-12 classrooms.
The evolution toward inclusive classrooms has meant that teachers in all grades and subjects are increasingly called on to work with children with a broad range of abilities. Giving master’s candidates the tools to help each child learn and grow is the mission of Lehigh’s M.Ed. in Special Education....
The Mechanical Engineering graduate program in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at Youngstown State University leads to a Master of Science degre
The Mechanical Engineering graduate program in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering at Youngstown State University leads to a Master of Science degree with opportunities in a wide variety of engineering and science fields. The program seeks to develop the qualities of engineering problem-solving skills, and independent and creative thinking, with a goal of preparing students for successful careers in mechanical engineering disciplines. Specializations are available in the areas of solid mechanics, design, thermo-fluids, manufacturing, and materials.
Students may pursue the M.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering in one of three planes. The Thesis Plan is a research-oriented program and is strongly recommended for candidates who wish to specialize in a particular mechanical engineering area or/and wish to continue their graduate studies beyond the master’s degree. The Non-thesis Plan allows students to enhance their knowledge and skills to succeed in careers as practicing engineers, and gain experience in working on, writing, and presenting a graduate project. The third option is Management Plan. This plan is recommended to the students who have been in the work arena and are moving into an engineering management role....
The Department offers the M.S. degree in mathematics. Options for this degree are predoctoral studies, applied mathematics, computer science, secondary math, and statisti
The Department offers the M.S. degree in mathematics. Options for this degree are predoctoral studies, applied mathematics, computer science, secondary math, and statistics. Since 1968, almost 160 Masters degrees have been awarded. The curriculum stresses both theoretical and computational mathematics and is flexible enough to key a student's program to individual interests and abilities. Receiving a well-rounded mathematical education, graduates pursue Ph.D.'s, secure a position in government or industry, or further a teaching career.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, in cooperation with Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa), facilitates a cooperative Ph.D. in pure or applied mathematics for truly exceptional students wishing to pursue a doctorate in research areas represented by the combined graduate mathematics faculties of Rhodes University and Youngstown State University. Upon successful completion of all doctoral work, the Ph.D. is granted by Rhodes University....
The Industrial & Systems Engineering program is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence by providing students with a foundation in the fundamentals of enginee
The Industrial & Systems Engineering program is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence by providing students with a foundation in the fundamentals of engineering and a well-rounded design sequence culminating in a major design experience. We utilize the resources of the university and we interact with industry to evaluate, optimize, maintain, and upgrade our teaching, scholarship, services and facilities to continue maintaining a high standard educational environment. We encourage students’ intellectual growth to become fully developed, informed, and productive to serve themselves and their local and global communities effectively.
The aim of the Industrial and Systems Engineering Program is to produce graduates who secure professional engineering positions, who practice the profession ethically and effectively, who maintain their professional competency through life-long learning, and who advance in one of the many technical and managerial career paths available to industrial and systems engineers....
The Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences offers a program of study leading to the M.S. degree in Environmental Sciences.
The Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences offers a program of study leading to the M.S. degree in Environmental Science, as well as a Certificate in Environmental Studies.
The environmental science program offers a multidisciplinary, interdepartmental graduate program leading to a Master of Science degree. The program office is housed in Moser Hall and is administered by the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences (GES). This program is intended for individuals who have undergraduate degrees in environmental science, other natural sciences, engineering, or health professions. It is designed to meet the needs of students and working professionals preparing for supervisory roles in environmental science (research and management), with emphasis on a risk-based approach to the solving of environmental problems. The curriculum requires students to broaden their knowledge with core courses in environmental science, to deepen their expertise with elective courses, and to demonstrate their abilities to prepare a scholarly thesis. This degree will benefit students who are planning careers with regulatory agencies, regulatory compliance and management, research facilities, and consulting firms providing state-of-the-art assessment, management, and remediation....
The Department provides opportunities for post-baccalaureate study toward the Master of Science in Engineering with the Electrical Engineering option. These opportunitie
The Department provides opportunities for post-baccalaureate study toward the Master of Science in Engineering with the Electrical Engineering option. These opportunities serve the practicing engineer as well as the student who wants to pursue advanced graduate study and research. Thesis, non-thesis, and management plans are available.
Areas of study include control systems, digital systems, computer engineering, communications, computer-aided design, device and circuit modeling, solid-state devices, sensors, power systems, power electronics, electromagnetic fields, electromechanical systems, and system analysis and design. The student is encouraged to interact with the faculty to explore these or other opportunities....
The Civil Engineering program will provide graduates with the foundation of knowledge and skills necessary for productive and rewarding careers.
The mission of the Civil Engineering program is to:
offer a high-quality master’s level program in civil engineering that encompass basic engineering sciences, as well as both traditional and emerging areas of the discipline;
prepare graduates to adapt to global and domestic engineering challenges and changing industry practices;
foster student-faculty relationships that enrich teaching and learning, develop scholarship, and encourage public service;
maintain an academic structure characterized by integrity, and by respect for students, society, the environment, and the civil engineering profession;
prepare graduates for, and facilitate lifelong intellectual and professional development; and contribute to the economic prosperity of the region, state, and nation by enhancing the size and competitiveness of the civil engineering workforce.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The C&IS program has a unique focus in applied computing and information systems. Rather than concentrating on theoretical computing (as many computer science program
The C&IS program has a unique focus in applied computing and information systems. Rather than concentrating on theoretical computing (as many computer science programs do) or being limited to simple administration of information systems (as most MIS programs are), this program concentrates on the key applications of computing in the real world. This includes:
Large-scale design of information systems
Graduates of the C&IS program have obtained employment at a wide variety of organizations, from local companies including Turning Technologies and Perkins Communications to international firms including AOL and ESPN....
The Department of Chemistry offers a program of study leading to the M.S. degree with concentrations available in the following areas of chemistry: analytical chemistry,
The Department of Chemistry offers a program of study leading to the M.S. degree with concentrations available in the following areas of chemistry: analytical chemistry, biochemistry, chemistry education, inorganic chemistry, materials chemistry, organic chemistry, and physical chemistry.
A minimum of 35 semester hours of credit is required for the MS degree. Chemistry 6975, 6980, 6981, and 6982 are required of all students. Additionally, 9 to 15 semester hours of content courses are required, depending upon performance in placement exams. A minimum of 6 hours of 6990 is also required for the degree. Teaching assistants must register each semester for Chemistry 6976, 6977 or 6978 as assigned by the Department Chairperson. For graduation, the student must achieve a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher in chemistry and must complete an acceptable thesis....
The graduate program in the Department of Biological Sciences at Youngstown State University leads to a Master of Science degree with opportunities in a wide variety of f
The graduate program in the Department of Biological Sciences at Youngstown State University leads to a Master of Science degree with opportunities in a wide variety of fields. The program seeks to develop the qualities of independent thinking and problem-solving skills, with a goal of preparing students for research and academic careers. The Biology Faculty Research Profiles provides brief descriptions of the Biology faculty research interests.
Students may pursue the M.S. degree in Biological Sciences in one of two options. The Thesis Option is a research-intensive program designed to provide students a strong foundation in fundamental biological principles and theories through coursework and the completion of a faculty-guided research project (thesis). The Non-thesis Option allows students to gain an in-depth understanding of biology through coursework and the writing of a graduate research paper....
The PWE track of the English M.A. offers students the opportunity to learn the principles and practices—the techne—of writing for organizations, institutions, governments
(Students may select the literature-based M.A. or the M.A. track in Professional Writing and Editing to complete their degree. On this page are the requirements for the PWE track M.A.)
The PWE track of the English M.A. offers students the opportunity to learn the principles and practices—the techne—of writing for organizations, institutions, governments, and businesses.
Students in the program take courses in document design, technical editing, publication management, and language studies. All of these courses draw on both traditional and modern theories of rhetoric, and all offer a hands-on experience—using cutting-edge software tools—in the creation and crafting of professional documents....
The MA in History with Certificate in Applied History is designed both to give students a grounding in American history and historical research at the graduate level and
M.A. in History with Certificate in Applied History (see 'Option III' from link and use text only without heading from here)
The MA in History with Certificate in Applied History is designed both to give students a grounding in American history and historical research at the graduate level and to introduce them to ideas and techniques useful in the applied history of the built environment. Students earning the Certificate may find work with state or local preservation groups, museums or government agencies coursework has two components:
1 The History sequence begins with the study of historiography and strategies for historical research, and continues with three 6900 level history courses, at least two of which shall be in the American field, (for example Colonial America, 19thcentury US, urban history, oral history, material culture)....
The Department of History offers a graduate program leading to the Master of Arts degree. Its curriculum combines American, European, and Transnational/Global areas.
The Department of History offers a graduate program leading to the Master of Arts degree. Its curriculum combines American, European, and Transnational/Global areas. The program prepares students who seek any of the following: a doctoral study in history or related fields, advancement in secondary and elementary education with a concentration in history and the social sciences, certification in applied history, and/or additional graduate study in a variety of professional areas. The program also provides the knowledge base for those pursuing history as an avocation. The program concentrates on research and primary materials, written analysis of research results, the study of important monographs in all fields of history, and training in a number of specialized fields, such as oral history and historic preservation. The department prides itself on its small classes and close personal attention to all of its master’s candidates....
This program is designed to provide students with a background in applied economics and financial markets. The course-work covers micro and macro theory, econometrics, fi
The department offers an M.A. in Economics and an M.A. in Financial Economics. Both programs are primarily designed for students who intend to seek employment after the completion of the degree. However, if supplemented by upper-level courses in mathematics, the programs can also help prepare students for doctoral programs.
M.A. in Financial Economics
This program is designed to provide students with a background in applied economics and financial markets. The course-work covers micro and macro theory, econometrics, financial markets, management of financial capital and analysis of valuation of stocks. Graduates of the program will be prepared to work in banking, insurance, and financial advising....