The College of Applied Science and Technology offers graduate programs that are designed to provide advanced preparation for professional and technical positions in education, community agencies, government, business, and industry. Graduate education is focused on the integration of advanced knowledge and theory into focused application and inquiry.
The College offers the Master of Science degree in Agriculture, Criminal Justice Sciences, Family and Consumer Sciences, Information Technology, Kinesiology and Recreation, and Technology. The School of Kinesiology and Recreation also offers the Master of Athletic Training degree. The Departments of Criminal Justice Sciences and Family and Consumer Sciences also offer Master of Arts degrees. Graduate certificates are offered in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, the School of Information Technology and the Department of Technology. Descriptions and requirements of these programs are outlined in the catalog.