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No matter which career path find yourself in, the Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice's master’s, specialist and doctoral programs can help you take that next step so you can be a better classroom teacher, school or district administrator or corporate leader. Earning your advanced degree will open new doors for you – some of which you may not have even known existed. You’re ready – and we’re ready to help.

Child Protection (M.H.S.)

Develop the critical knowledge, values and skills necessary to respond effectively to complex problems confronting children and families.

College Student Affairs (M.S.)

Be prepared for the expanded roles and responsibilities of student affairs professionals in today's diverse college and university educational environments.

Criminal Justice (M.S.)

With 12 unique concentrations, the M.S. in Criminal Justice program allows you to serve your community by developing a specialized expertise.

Curriculum, Instruction & Technology (M.S.)

Use technology to design and deliver innovative programs in classrooms or boardrooms.

Developmental Disabilities (M.S.)

Help those with developmental disabilities reach their full potential by addressing relevant issues at community-based and government agencies.

Educational Leadership (M.S.)

Florida and Nevada state-approved program

Focus on elevating your leadership skills through practical application and strategic understanding of the social, political, and economic influences of education.

Elementary Education (M.S.)

Inspire a new education of learners by taking valuable insights from professors and bringing your edge to elementary schools.

Exceptional Student Education (M.S.)

Improve learning opportunities for children with special learning needs.

Leadership (M.S.)

Build leadership expertise and translate leadership perspectives and applications into your profession: successfully organizing, motivating and leading others to achieve organizational goals.

Mathematics Education (M.S.)

Transform students into problem solvers by becoming an effective teacher in the areas of middle, secondary, and postsecondary mathematics.

Reading Education (M.S.)

Deepen your professional knowledge and skills to provide effective literacy instruction for all students.

Science Education (M.S.)

Expose new thinkers to the world around them and fuel tomorrow’s next great discovery.

Spanish Language Education (M.S.)

Expand your understanding of Spanish language and culture while developing techniques to foster language acquisition for your students.


Get equipped with the specialized skills to develop literacy with non-native-speaking student groups.

Educational Leadership (Ed.S.)

Florida and Nevada state-approved program

Use planning and research to improve K-12 schools, districts, and other learning environments.

Curriculum, Instruction, Management & Administration (Ed.S.)

Develop, evaluate, and implement curricular programs designed to help your school district and its students succeed.

Mathematics Education (Ed.S.)

Become an integral part of educator training, program administration and curriculum development for K-12, middle school and secondary school mathematics.

Criminal Justice (Ph.D.)

Understand the causes of crime, identify patterns of criminal behavior, develop societal solutions to control crime and address problems in the criminal justice system.

Curriculum & Teaching (Ed.D.)

Develop your teaching and learning expertise to lead organizations and manage instructional programs.

Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)

Solve real-world problems through project-based planning and implementation; advocate for school improvement; boost administrative competencies and navigate educational trends in a changing world.

Higher Education Leadership (Ed.D.)

Improve the academic and administrative performance of your higher education institution.

Human Services Administration (Ed.D.)

Make a real, measurable difference in human lives by leading and managing the services and organizations they depend upon.

Instructional Technology & Distance Education (Ed.D.)

Take teaching and learning practices in your organization to the next level with technology.

Organizational Leadership (Ed.D.)

Develop the ability to implement effective policy; raise achievement standards; and expand adult learners’ capacity to achieve goals; solving real-world problems through a project-based structure.

Reading Education (Ed.D.)

Get the specialized training to conduct more successful reading instruction in heterogeneous environments.

Special Education (Ed.D.)

Gain critical skills in advocacy, policy development, management, and administration of special education programs.

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