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Graduate Programs

College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences is here to help prepare you to become an informed, empowered, and inspired leader in your chosen profession, in your community, and in a global society. Our academic programs share several distinctive features to help us provide an exceptional learning environment with the richest, most meaningful and practical learning experiences possible.

The College of Arts and Sciences currently offers three graduate degree programs.

Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Development

The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Development is a multidisciplinary program that integrates theory and practice from disciplines in the social sciences and focuses on the human side of organizations.  The program prepares individuals for leadership and Organization Development positions in corporate, not-for-profit, health care and community organizations.

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Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership

The Master of Arts program in Strategic Communication and Leadership provides an innovative blend of communication and leadership theory and practice for individuals interested in careers and career advancement in a wide variety of profit and not-for-profit organizations. The program’s emphasis on both leadership and communication skills prepares students to become ethical, socially responsible and effective leaders and communicators in an ever- changing and increasingly diverse world.

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Master of Science in Actuarial Science

This graduate program is designed to prepare your for a career as a business executive professionally trained in mathematical sciences and in financial risk evaluation. The advanced coursework and professional internship opportunities of the program will prepare you for the exams required to obtain the professional designation of Fellow by the Society of Actuaries (F.S.A.).

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