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Graduate Programs
James Madison University offers a variety of doctoral, master's-level, and graduate certificate programs for students. For more information on these programs, please click the following links:

Doctoral Degrees

Assessment and Measurement (Ph.D.)

Clinical Audiology (Au.D.)

Combined-Integrated Clinical and School Psychology (Psy.D.)

Communication Sciences and Disorders (Au.D., Ph.D.)

Music (D.M.A.)
Performance
Conducting

Strategic Leadership (Ph.D.)
Educational (K-12) Leadership
Higher Education
Nonprofit and Community Leadership

Master's Degrees

Accounting (M.S.)
Accounting Information Systems
Taxation

Adult Education/Human Resource Development (M.S.Ed.)
Leadership and Facilitation
Instructional Design
Human Resource Management
Higher Education
AHRD Program Evaluation and Measurement

Art (M.F.A.)
Ceramics
Intermedia
Metal
Painting and Drawing
Photography
Sculpture

Biology (M.S.)

Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Innovation
Information Security

Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A./Ed.S.)

College Student Personnel Administration (M.Ed.)

Communication Sciences and Disorders – Research (M.S.)
Adult Neruogenic Communication Impairment
Pediatric Communication Impairment
Speech Production Disorders
Hearing and Hearing Disorders

Computer Science (M.S.)
Information Security
Secure Software Systems

Computer Science – Fifth Year Format (M.S.)

Education (M.A.T.)
Early Childhood Education

Education – Fifth Year Format (M.A.T., M.Ed)
Early Childhood Education
Inclusive Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education (Pre-K-6)
Reading Education

Education (M.A.T., M.Ed)
Middle School Education (6-8)
Secondary Education (6-12)
Mathematics Specialist – K-8

Education (M.Ed)
Educational Leadership
Educational Technology

English (M.A.)

Health Sciences (M.S.)
Dietetics
Nutrition and Physical Activity

History (M.A.)
European History
Local/Regional/Public History
United States History

Integrated Science and Technology (M.S.)
Malta – Sustainable Environmental Resources Management

Kinesiology (M.S.)
Exercise Science
Sport and Recreation Leadership

Kinesiology – Fifth Year Format (M.A.T.)
Physical and Health Education

Mathematics (M.Ed.)

Music (M.M.)
Conducting
Music Education
Performance
Music Theory/Composition

Nursing (M.S.N.)
Nurse Midwifery
Adult Nurse Practitioner
Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
Family Nurse Practitioner
Clinical Nurse Leader
Nurse Administrator

Occupational Therapy (M.O.T.)

Physician Assistant Studies (M.P.A.S.)

Political Science (M.A.)
European Union Policy Studies

Psychological Sciences (M.A.)
Behavior Analysis
Clinical Research
Cognitive Science
Quantitative Psychology

Public Administration (M.P.A.)
Individualized
Management in Non-governmental Organizations
Public and Nonprofit Management
Public Sector Communication
Strategic Planning for International Stabilization and Recovery

Public Administration – Fifth Year Format (M.P.A.)
Individualized
Management in Non-governmental Organizations
Public and Nonprofit Management
Public Sector Communication
Strategic Planning for International Stabilization and Recovery

Public Administration – Roanoke (M.P.A.)
Public and Nonprofit Management

School Counseling (M.Ed.)

School Psychology (M.A., Ed.S.)

Special Education (M.Ed.)
Non-Teaching Program

Special Education (M.A.T.)
K-12
Early Childhood
Visual Impairments

Special Education – Fifth Year Format (M.Ed.)
K-12
Early Childhood

Speech Pathology – Clinical (M.S.)
Distance Learning in Virginia – Educating Speech-Language Pathologists (DLVE-SLP)

Studio Art (M.A.)

Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication (M.A., M.S.)
Technical and Scientific Communication
Writing and Rhetoric Studies

Additional Graduate Courses
The additional graduate courses listed are not associated with a specific graduate program. These courses are designed to broaden a student's knowledge and are appropriate for use as electives for those pursuing the Master of Education degree in a specific discipline. Interested students should consult directly with the academic unit involved.

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