Saturday, April 6, 2013
Bowie State University offers the quality graduate programs you're looking for and a convenient location between Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Annapolis. Come explore your options for advancement with one of our graduate-level or certificate programs in high-demand fields. Talk with financial aid and career advisors and meet some of the top-notch faculty in your area of interest. International students can receive assistance navigating the requirements for enrollment.
Bowie State University Graduate Programs:
College of Arts and Sciences
Master of Arts in Applied and Computational Mathematics
Prepares students for success in today's complex technology-intensive industries.
Master of Science in Computer Science
Helps those currently working in the industry accelerate their careers and positions career-changers for success in this high-demand field.
Master of Arts in English
Supplements an undergraduate degree in English or a related field with training in literary and rhetorical theory and humanities computing. Prepares future English teachers and doctoral students.
Master of Arts in Organizational Communications
Offers an innovative approach to the challenges of ever-changing organizational environments.
Doctor of Science (ScD) in Computer Science
Prepares students to become subject matter experts in computer science.
College of Education
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Prepares students for the challenges of professional counseling in non-educational settings.
Master of Education in Elementary Education
Serves elementary school teachers who wish to remain in the classroom as master teachers or progress to mentor teachers.
Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling
Hands-on learning provides the maximum hours accepted pre-degree for licensure and offers an option to complete the courses required for initial Maryland licensure.
Master of Education in Reading Education
Enables graduates to explore several career options, including reading-resource teacher and diagnostic and remedial-reading specialist.
Master of Education in School Administration and Supervision
Prepares students for positions as school principals and/or instructional supervisors. Leads to full certification as a principal and supervisor for grades K-12.
Master of Education in School Counseling
Prepares counselors to work with children and youth in K-12 settings.
Master of Arts in School Psychology
Trains students to function as specialist-level school psychologists who provide a broad range of psychological services in the schools.
Master of Education in Secondary Education
Provides secondary school teachers with the expertise and skills to become a Master Teacher. Specializations: academic content major, curriculum specialist, or mathematics.
Master of Education in Special Education
Develops knowledgeable practitioners who understand reflective and inquiry-based teaching.
Master of Arts in Teaching
Prepares and certifies professional teachers of English, history, science, mathematics,
elementary education, and early childhood/special education.
Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Leadership
Prepares leaders who, as facilitators of learning, serve as change agents in cultural, economic, social, and educational environments.
College of Business
Master of Business Administration
Prepares students for managerial positions in businesses, public organizations, and government agencies by providing skills and practical information essential for professional development. Master of Science in Management Information Systems
Prepares students for careers in the analysis, design, implementation, and management of information systems and information technology with three concentration tracks: information security management, digital business and knowledge management, or information systems management.
Master of Public Administration
Prepares students to enter the public sector as managers and leaders.
College of Professional Studies
Master of Arts in Human Resource Development
Provides in-depth examination of theory and principles in human resource development for practitioners in private industry, government, nonprofit, education, military, and healthcare environments.
Master of Science in Nursing
Prepares professional nurses for advanced practice as primary care family nurse practitioners or public health nurses.
- Applied Computational Mathematics Database Management/Artificial Intelligence
- Information Systems Analyst Graphics and User Interfaces
- Addictions Counseling Software Engineering
- Project Management Scientific Software Development
- Organizational Communications Geographical Information Systems
- Management and Image Processing
- Network and Distribution Systems
Certificates of Advanced Study
- School Psychology