You may choose any or all of the courses listed for each program. Prerequisites may apply by individual course. There may be additional prerequisites by program. All semester credits will be converted to quarter credits using the ratio of 1 semester credit equals 1.5 quarter credits.

MS in Early Childhood Studies

EDUC 5005:  Foundations: Early Childhood Studies
EDUC 5160:  Early Childhood Development
EDUC 5161:  Effective Programs and Practices
EDUC 5162:  Issues and Trends in the Early Childhood Field

Learn more about the MS in Early Childhood Studies or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Leadership

You may select any or all of these courses listed for the specialization that best matches your interests and goals.

General Program
WMBA 5000:  Dynamic Leadership (AIM version of MMSL 6000)
WMBA 5010:  Managing People and Promoting Collaboration (AIM version of MMSL 6010)

Executive Leadership Specialization
WMBA 5000:  Dynamic Leadership (AIM version of MMSL 6000)
WMBA 5010:  Managing People and Promoting Collaboration (AIM version of MMSL 6010)
WMBA 5020:  Fostering a Culture of Innovation (AIM version of MMSL 6620)

Learn more about the MS in Leadership or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Management

You may select any or all of these courses listed for the specialization that best matches your interests and goals.

General Program
WMBA 5000:  Dynamic Leadership (AIM version of MGMT 6000)
WMBA 5010:  Managing People and Promoting Collaboration (AIM version of MGMT 6010)

Strategy Specialization
WMBA 5000:  Dynamic Leadership (AIM version of MGMT 6000)
WMBA 5010:  Managing People and Promoting Collaboration (AIM version of MGMT 6010)
WMBA 5020:  Fostering a Culture of Innovation (AIM version of MGMT 6635)

Learn more about the MS in Management or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Nursing

NURS 5050:  Policy and Advocacy for Improving Population Health
NURS 5051:  Transforming Nursing and Healthcare Through Technology
NURS 5052:  Essentials of Evidence-Based Practice

Students must be admitted to the RN-BSN-MSN track to complete these AIM courses.

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Master of Public Administration

MMPA 5200:  Introduction to Public Administration
MMPA 5405:  Ethics and Social Justice
MMPA 5420:  Organizational Management and Leadership
MMPA 5431:  Finance and Budgeting for the Nonprofit Sector
MMPA 5435:  Human Resource Management: Building a Capable Workforce
MMPA 5451:  Public Policy Analysis
MMPA 5480:  Applied Research and Evaluation Methods

Learn more about the Master of Public Administration or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

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MS in Nonprofit Management and Leadership

NPMG 5200:  Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
NPMG 5405:  Ethics and Social Justice
NPMG 5420:  Organizational Management and Leadership
NPMG 5431:  Finance and Budgeting for the Nonprofit Sector
NPMG 5435:  Human Resource Management: Building a Capable Workforce
NPMG 5480:  Applied Research and Evaluation Methods

Learn more about the MS in Nonprofit Management and Leadership or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Criminal Justice

CRJS 5137:  The Nature of Crime and Criminology
CRJS 5203:  Victimology
CRJS 5215:  Controversies in Criminal Justice
CRJS 5217:  Technological Solutions and 21st-Century Crime
CRJS 5511:  Special Populations in Criminal Justice

Learn more about the MS in Criminal Justice or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Criminal Justice Leadership and Executive Management

CRJS 5137: The Nature of Crime and Criminology
CRJS 5215: Controversies in Criminal Justice

Learn more about the MS in Criminal Justice Leadership and Executive Management or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Developmental Psychology

DPSY 5111:  Themes and Theories of Developmental Psychology
DPSY 5218:  Gender and Human Development 
DPSY 5121:  Development in the Digital Age
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development

Learn more about the MS in Developmental Psychology or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Forensic Psychology

FPSY 5102:  Intersection of Crime, Psychology, and the Law
FPSY 5115:  Understanding Forensic Psychology Research
FPSY 5126:  Understanding Violence, Risk, and Threat Assessment
FPSY 5135:  Criminal Behavior
FPSY 5720:  Abnormal Behavior

Learn more about the MS in Forensic Psychology or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Psychology

Applied Psychology
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development
PSYC 5225:  Biopsychology
PSYC 5701:  Culture and Psychology
PSYC 5781:  Psychopathology From a Clinical Perspective

Educational Psychology
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5131:  Theories of Learning
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development
PSYC 5701:  Culture and Psychology
PSYC 5765:  Educational Psychology

General Psychology
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development
PSYC 5220:  Psychology of Personality
PSYC 5245:  Social Psychology
PSYC 5701:  Culture and Psychology

Health Psychology
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development
PSYC 5242:  Changing Health Behavior
PSYC 5701:  Culture and Psychology
PSYC 5745:  Health Psychology

Social Psychology
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5201:  Social Cognition
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development
PSYC 5245:  Social Psychology
PSYC 5701:  Culture and Psychology

Self-Designed
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5215:  Lifespan Development
PSYC 5245:  Social Psychology
PSYC 5701:  Culture and Psychology

Learn more about the MS in Psychology or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

General Practice
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of IO Psychology
PSYC 5214:  Consulting for Organizational Change
PSYC 5480:  Psychology of Organizational Behavior
PSYC 5706:  Ethics and Standards of Industrial Organizational Psychology
PSYC 5755:  Leadership and Leader Development

Consulting Psychology
PSYC 5005:  Business Concepts for the Organizational Development Professional
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of IO Psychology
PSYC 5214:  Consulting for Organizational Change
PSYC 5216:  Dynamics of Contemporary, International, and Virtual Organizations
PSYC 5480:  Psychology of Organizational Behavior

Evidence-Based Coaching
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of Psychology
PSYC 5214:  Consulting for Organizational Change
PSYC 5480:  Psychology of Organizational Behavior
PSYC 5755:  Leadership and Leader Development

Human Resource Management
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of IO Psychology
PSYC 5214:  Consulting for Organizational Change
PSYC 5480:  Psychology of Organizational Behavior
PSYC 5705:  Organizational Behavior Performance and Evaluation
PSYC 5755:  Leadership and Leader Development

International Business
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of IO Psychology
PSYC 5214:  Consulting for Organizational Change
PSYC 5216:  Dynamics of Contemporary, International, and Virtual Organizations
PSYC 5480:  Psychology of Organizational Behavior
PSYC 5540:  Strategic Planning, Management, and Leadership in a Global Context

Self-Designed
PSYC 5100:  Themes and Theories of IO Psychology
PSYC 5214:  Consulting for Organizational Change
PSYC 5480:  Psychology of Organizational Behavior
PSYC 5755:  Leadership and Leader Development

Learn more about the MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP Accredited)

PSYC 5101:  Foundations For Graduate Study in Counseling (1 cr.)
PSYC 5102:  Introduction to Mental Health Counseling
PSYC 5306:  Ethics and Legal Issues in Counseling
PSYC 5316:  Techniques in Counseling
PSYC 5722:  Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories
PSYC 5723:  Multicultural Counseling

Learn more about the MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP Accredited) or use the course filter to view course descriptions.

MS in Human and Social Services

HUMN 5150:  Helping Individuals Organizations and Communities (required if planning more than one course)
HUMN 5200:  Cross-cultural Ethics in Human and Social Services
HUMN 5152:  Human and Social Services Administration
HUMN 5011:  Interviewing and Case Management in Human Services
HUMN 5205:  Introduction to the Non Profit Sector

Learn more about the MS in Human and Social Services or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

MS in Health Education and Promotion

Courses must be taken in a specific sequence. Please see catalog for details.

HLTH 5005:  Perspectives on Health and Developing Professional
HLTH 5110:  Exploring Health Education in the 21st Century
HLTH 5205:  Assessing Community Needs for Health Education
HLTH 5412:  Health Education & Communication Strategies

Learn more about the MS in Health Education and Promotion or use the course filter to view the course descriptions.

Master of Healthcare Administration

MMHA 5050:  U.S. Healthcare Delivery System
MMHA 5200:  Principles of Population Health in Healthcare Administration
MMHA 5300:  Law, Ethics, and Policy in Healthcare Administration
MMHA 5500: Human Resource Management and Organizational Development and Leadership for Healthcare Administrators

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