JMU maintains 52 graduate programs offering master's, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees. Several of our programs are nationally recognized for their quality and innovation, and those programs that are governed by respective professional associations find that our programs consistently exceed accreditation standards.
For specific course information by program, please see the Graduate Catalog.
Adult Education/Human Resource Development
MFA Studio Art
Business Administration, MBA
Communication and Advocacy
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Communication Sciences and Disorders, PhD
Speech Language Pathology (Clinical)
Communication Sciences and Disorders (Research)
Computer Science, Digital Forensics
Computer Science, Information Security
Education, Middle Education
K-8 Math Specialist
Curriculum & Instruction
Education, Early Childhood Education, MAT
Education, Elementary Education, MAT
Inclusive Early Childhood Education, 5th yr. MAT
Equity and Cultural Diversity
Education: Educational Leadership
Education: Educational Technology
Special Education, M.A.T.
Special Education, M.Ed.
Special Education, 5th yr. M.A.T.
Health Sciences, Dietetics
Nutrition and Physical Activity
Kinesiology, 5th year PHETE
Kinesiology, Exercise Science
Kinesiology, Sport & Recreation Leadership
Master of Music
Doctor of Musical Arts
Physician Assistant Studies
Clinical and School Psychology
Counseling and Supervision
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
College Student Personnel Administration
Public Administration, Roanoke Program
Writing, Rhetoric, & Technical Communication
The Graduate Student Association offers individual tours for prospective graduate students. Please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Representatives of the JMU Alpha Sigma Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (the international honor society for the counseling profession) received the Outstanding Chapter Individual Program Award at the American Counseling Association Annual Convention March 22, 2013. Read the details of this prestigious honor!