The Department of Accounting, Finance, and Economics offers the Master of Accounting degree. Students in this degree program will acquire the knowledge and hours required to sit for the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) exam, as well as a strong sense of accounting principles and business applications.
The Master of Science Degree in Agricultural and Consumer Resources is specifically designed for those who have completed an undergraduate degree in Agricultural Services and Development. The major objective is to increase the professional competence of teachers of agriculture, extension agents, and others pursuing professional agricultural careers.
The Department of Wildlife, Sustainability, and Ecosystem Sciences offers a Master of Science in Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences with two tracks. The purposes of these tracks differ somewhat according to the objectives, plans, and employment interests of individual students.
At Tarleton, our flexible master’s degree program in agricultural and consumer resources is designed for working professionals who have completed a bachelor’s degree in agricultural services and development, an undergraduate agribusiness degree, or another agriculture-related discipline.
The Bachelor of Science in Animal Science provides a strong basic foundation in animal science courses, and places emphasis on courses based on the student’s concentration choice.
Tarleton State University now offers a Master of Science degree in Applied Psychology. Upon successful completion of the degree coursework, students will be prepared for entry into a professional position in a variety of areas, or will be able to pursue doctoral study in psychological sciences.
The Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) is an entry-level degree for students wanting to become certified and licensed athletic trainers. The program combines both classroom and clinical experiences in order to provide in-depth knowledge as well as hands on application and skill development.
The graduate degree offered in the Department of Biological Sciences is intended to enrich and enhance education in biological sciences in order to prepare students for leadership roles in industrial, educational and research-oriented careers.
The M.B.A. program at Tarleton is a broad, business-based professional degree with relevant coursework that’s directly applicable to current concepts and practices of key business areas.
Tarleton State University’s Master of Science degree in Child Development and Family Studies (CHFS), will be able to offer additional intellectually rigorous content and concentrations specific to CHFS careers. This program offers a more in-depth study of children, adults, and families across the lifespan.
The M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree consists of coursework that satisfies the academic course requirements for a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) credential in Texas. Students with a teaching certificate and two years teaching experience have the option to take coursework that gives them eligibility for the TExES school counseling certification test in order to become a Professional School Counselor. The Counseling faculty genuinely care for students by offering classes in the evenings, on weekends, online, and hybrid to meet the busy demands of a career and family.
The Master of Arts in Communication Studies provides students with a broad-based education examining the role communication plays at the intersection of technological and organizational applications.
The M.S. in Computer Engineering program brings students to the leading edge of computer engineering by solving real-life problems which then contributes to the advancement of local communities and of society as a whole.
Tarleton State University offers a Master of Criminal Justice (M.C.J.) degree in Criminal Justice. Your interest in this master’s degree is consistent with a growing national trend of criminal justice professionals seeking career development and academic credentials. This master’s degree program encompasses the challenges associated with protecting the community and the growing complexities of the criminal justice system with advanced analytical skills, critical-thinking, and leadership ability.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice prepares students to face the growing complexities of the criminal justice system and to join the ranks of educated criminal justice professionals with advanced analytical, critical thinking and leadership skills.
This program is designed for students with teaching experience that seek an additional endorsement and want to extend their knowledge in curriculum and instruction. Our mission is to provide you with a relevant, research-based curriculum that develops your capacity for leadership through mastery of knowledge, effective communication, collaboration, inquiry, and decision-making that ensures learner success.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Administration program prepares individuals to fill campus-level and central office administrator roles through stimulating educational experiences and a strong commitment to the education profession.
The Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in educational leadership offers a rich theoretical knowledge base as the foundation for the development of visionary leaders for the Pk-16 environment. The Ed.D. consists of 60 semester hours of coursework and a 12 semester hour dissertation requirement combining an individualized program of study with specialized course work and research.
The MA in English is designed for students who are planning to continue their teaching careers at the secondary level, or intend to teach at a college/university level and intend to engage in scholarship beyond.
This degree is academically rigorous while providing the latitude to explore individual environmental interests and provides students with an opportunity to engage in research and field experiences across the disciplines.