There are more than 4,000 students enrolled in post-baccalaureate study in 97 master’s programs, an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and two joint doctoral programs with the University of California. The University also offers credential programs in education, specialized graduate certificate programs and second baccalaureate degree programs. Our students, many of whom are working full-, or part-time, are fully engaged in scholarly endeavors, including basic and applied research, creative projects and community service.
Faculty Teaching in Graduate Programs
Faculty members teaching in graduate programs hold doctoral or other terminal degrees in their field. These tenured and tenure-track faculty members serve as advisors on theses, creative works, field projects and/or graduate comprehensive examinations committees based on the faculty member’s expertise and area of research or scholarly work. In some cases, non-tenure track faculty members with exceptional backgrounds in specific areas of study may be assigned to teach graduate-level courses. You can review faculty backgrounds in our Bulletin faculty directory.