Announcing the New Master's in Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business
June 07, 2016
The School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems is proud to offer a new master's degree in integrated biomedical engineering and business, starting in fall 2016. This program prepares students to become future industry leaders by offering early-career engineers a tech-savvy alternative to an MBA. Students will experience core courses in areas such as biomedical engineering, business management, economics, communications, and marketing.
This program is only open at the master's level on campus for full-time and part-time domestic and international students. View more information and apply now on our MS in Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business page.
Announcing the New Master's Program in Communication, Culture, and Media
June 07, 2016
The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to offer a new master's degree in communication, culture, and media, starting in fall 2016. This program provides broad-based learning around the interaction of social forces and communication. It is designed for students who can think big about media and communication without being limited by disciplinary boundaries; students will take courses with faculty in the communication field as well as anthropology, criminal justice, linguists, and sociologists. Students therefore will build expertise in a number of areas including social theory, social media research, media effects, cultural studies, power, and language.
View more information on our MS in Communication, Culture, and Media page.
Announcing the New Master's Program in Professional Studies
June 07, 2016
The Goodwin College of Professional Studies is proud to offer a new master's degree in professional studies, starting in fall 2016. This program is for students looking to launch, change, or advance their careers and provides the highly valued interpersonal skills needed to collaborate, negotiate, and lead effectively in today’s workplace. Students will experience a blend of quantitative and qualitative courses and the interdisciplinary Workplace Competencies concentration allows students to apply their knowledge and learned skills across multiple industries.
View more information on our MS in Professional Studies page.
Announcing the New Master's Program for Design Research
April 21, 2016
The Westphal College of Media Arts & Design is proud to offer a new master's degree in design research, starting in fall 2016. This 46-credit degree program offers an ethical, technological, human-centered, and inclusive approach to design research, driven by the challenges of 21st-century design. It also allows emerging design thinkers to develop a critical understanding of research and apply solutions that are in demand.
There are two paths of focus:
- Design and technology
- Community design and engagement
View more information and apply now on the Design Research page.