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Produces highly skilled, multidisciplinary graduates for scientific research and homeland security positions with regulatory agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, Food and Drug Administration, and Arkansas State Plant Board

The M.S. is a research-based program that prepares graduates for technical careers in aquaculture resource management, natural fisheries, and allied industries.

The Ph.D. is a research-based program that prepares graduates for research-related careers in aquaculture resource management, natural fisheries, and allied industries.

Master of Science in Addiction Studies

A professional degree that prepares students for leadership roles in prevention, treatment, and research of addictions.

Master of Science in Computer Science and Technology

The M.S. degree in Computer Science & Technology (CS&T) is a unique professional degree grounded in natural science, technology, engineering, mathematics and computational sciences. Designed to prepare students for direct entry into a variety of career options in industry, business, government, or non-profit organizations, it is a distinctive advanced degree for those intending to pursue a career in the practice of science.

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

The M.Ed. leads to improved classroom instruction and prepares teachers to meet the challenges of an ever-changing educational field.

Degree Programs Include:
M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education

M.Ed. in Secondary Education (specializations in English, General Science, Mathematics, Social Studies)

M.Ed. in Physical Education

M.Ed. in Sports Programming (Non-Licensure Track)

M.Ed. in Educational Leadership

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

The MAT provides teachers who hold a provisional license a path to full licensure coupled with a Master's degree that will enable them to meet the challenges of an ever-changing field.

Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Vocational Rehabilitation – Addiction Counseling

The M.Ed. in Vocational Rehabilitation - Addiction Counseling allows students from various backgrounds to participate in graduate rehabilitation with an emphasis in Addiction Studies. The academic requirements of this program are comprised primarily of coursework, field experience and internship, and a comprehensive examination. Employment of rehabilitation counselors is projected to grow 10 percent from 2018 to 2028, faster than the average for all occupations. The increase in the elderly population and the continued rehabilitation needs of other groups such as veterans and people with disabilities contribute to the demand for rehabilitation counselors.

Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration degree will include courses in accounting, economics, management and organizational behavior. Students will be able to select from a variety of three specialization areas: 

1) Gaming and Casino Management

2) Hospitality Management 

3) Business Analytics

The slated coursework for this program has been designed to emphasize the three aforementioned specialized areas.