A specialist degree is essentially an advanced master’s degree or post-master's degree. It is traditionally reserved for students with a prior graduate degree in a specific field. Requirements vary widely by department or program specialization.
*NOTE: This list may not comprise all of the specialist degrees offered as some may be temporarily suspended or not published for administrative purposes at the department/program level.
*Students should contact the respective department for more information regarding admissions and general degree program requirements.
Name of Program
Name of Major
|Art Education||Art Education|
|Counseling & Human Systems||Career Counseling
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
|Curriculum & Instruction||Early Childhood Education
Foreign & Second Language Education
Reading Education & Language Arts
Social Science Education
|Exercise Science||Sports Sciences|