Florida State University offers an extensive range of graduate and professional programs. Graduate education at FSU includes over 121 degree programs at the master’s level, 24 degree programs at the specialist level and 78 degree programs at the doctoral level. Professional degrees are also offered in Law, Nursing and Medicine.
In addition, a variety of opportunities are available for students interested in advanced degrees including interdisciplinary degree programs, dual degrees, graduate certificates, joint degree pathways, combined bachelor's/master's pathways and direct-entry pathways.
Florida State University also offers several online academic degree programs. For more information about FSU's online degree programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Florida State University offers over 78 doctoral degree programs.
Dual degree programs are those in which two degrees are earned simultaneously when a student is accepted by both departments/programs and is approved by the appropriate deans.
Florida State University offers over 121 master's degree programs.
Florida State University offers several online academic degree programs as alternative access for students who otherwise would not be able to further their education and advance their careers.
Florida State University offers professional degrees in Law and Medicine. In addition to these traditional professional degrees, FSU also offers the Professional Science Master's in Computational Science, Professional Science Master's in Aquatic Environmental Science, and the Professional Master's in Applied American Politics and Policy.
Florida State University offers over 24 specialist degree programs.
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