Programs of Study
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The Master of Science in Homeland Security is a 36-credit program designed for current and future homeland security professionals who seek mid- to upper-level leadership positions in this emerging discipline.
New cohort begins September 2014 – Accepting Applications Now
Orientation will be on August 27th, location/time will be announced
The Master of Science in Information Technology is a 36 credit sequence of courses designed for information technology professionals who need to learn the current and emerging trends in technology.The program offers courses in technical topics and management of information technology systems.
The Master of Science (MS) Program in Nursing is designed to provide registered nurses with the knowledge to advance their career as a family nurse practitioner, global health nurse, nurse educator or nurse administrator. Courses are designed to build from existing knowledge to more advanced knowledge in a selected area of concentration.