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Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Studies

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Study the languages, literatures, and cultures of Russia and Eastern Europe, including Poland, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Serbia and Croatia.

Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

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Learn to engage in entry-level generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities locally and globally.

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

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Learn the skills necessary to fight for those who are downtrodden, underserved, and marginalized

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish

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Strengthen your skills in oral and written Spanish language, as well as an understanding of the study of Spanish and Latin American literature and cultures.

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts

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Encourage your curiosity and hands-on engagement in the making of art to prepare for the articulation of abstract concepts that enrich and contribute to the dialogue in visual art and other fields.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Supply Chain Management

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Learn about marketing; product and process engineering; accounting and finance; human resources; environmental, health, safety and quality; facilities management; and information technology areas.

Bachelor of Science in Statistics

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Train to be the next generation of researchers, educators, and/or consultants, engaging with a broad range of models, methods, and software.

Doctor of Education in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

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Engage with rigorous theoretical and practical orientation to become a leader in K-12 schools and institutions of higher learning in STEM.

Doctor of Education in Social & Comparative Analysis

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Learn to lead efforts to improve educational access, outcomes, and opportunities for all students. 

Doctor of Education in Special Education

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Gain the skills to serve in public or private pre-K–12 schools or educational environments and services with focus on the development of knowledge and skills in leadership, collaboration, management, administration, supervision, pre-service and in-service education, program evaluation, community relations, and recruiting.

Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education

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Prepare to work as a professor of science in research-oriented universities and to teach science courses or guide the preparation of science teachers at the elementary and secondary levels.

Doctor of Philosophy in Slavic Languages & Literature

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Engage with interdisciplinary work and training in Slavic Studies to be competitive on the national job market for academic, alt-ac, and industry careers.

Doctor of Philosophy in Social & Comparative Analysis

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Train to apply disciplinary theories and methods from the humanities and social sciences—including economics, sociology, anthropology, and philosophy—to the study of educational productivity and inequality. 

Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work

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Prepare for leadership roles in social work research, social work education, social policy, planning, and administration.

Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology

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Analyze the causes and consequences of social change and social inequality in a global landscape.

Doctor of Philosophy in Special Education

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Prepare assume academic faculty positions at the university level. The program is geared toward improving the educational and related service programs for children and youth with disabilities.

Doctor of Philosophy in Sports Medicine

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Become a researcher, scholar or teacher and advance the knowledge of sports medicine through planning or public policy.

Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics

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Become an expert in areas of theoretical statistics, applied statistics, or probability.

Master of Arts in Social & Comparative Analysis

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Explore interests in the fundamental role that education plays in society.

Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology

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Gain a broad knowledge base of speech-language issues, a keen understanding of the ethical responsibilities of clinicians and exceptional problem-solving skills.