Master's & Specialist Program Admissions - Domestic Students
A&M-Commerce provides our students with the education, training and tools to be school and college teachers; administrators and advanced professionals in business; technology, social work, the arts, and various science disciplines. We offer eight master's degrees in 35 areas of study within three Colleges: Humanities, Social Sciences & Arts, Business & Entrepreneurship, Education and Human Services, and Science, Engineering & Agriculture. The Specialist degree (SSP) is offered in School Psychology through the College of Education and Human Services.
Graduate Services Coordinators work with students from admissions to graduation. Graduate Studies provides a Graduate Services Coordinator for each College, Graduate Certificate, Educator Certification and Nondegree Status. The Coordinators work with departments and faculty within their college to provide students with the information and solutions needed to successful.
Master's Degrees now offered at A&M-Commerce are: Master's of Arts (MA), Master's of Business Administration (MBA), Master's of Education (MEd), Master's of Fine Arts (MFA), Master's of Music (MM), Master's of Science (MS), Master's of Science in Finance (MSF), and Master's of Social Work (MSW). A Specialist's Degree (SSP) with a major in School Psychology is also available.
A Graduate Services Coordinator assists students from admission to graduation. The Coordinators work with departments and faculty within their college to provide students with the information and solutions needed to successfully complete a master's degree.
To access admissions information and program requirements, please select the area of study of interest.English
College of Education & Human Services - Major Areas of Study:
Early Childhood Education
Educational Technology-Library Science
Curriculum and Instruction
Health, Kinesiology & Sports Studies
Higher Education Administration
Higher Education Teaching
School Psychology - Specialist Degree (SSP)
College of Science, Engineering, & Agriculture
Schedule of Classes
Tuition & Fees
Master's Program Requirements
Second Master's Program
Changing from Nondegree or Certification Status to a degree program