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The Master of Science in Professional agriculture emphasis degree program is designed for working professionals in agriculture who desire to obtain a master’s degree. The degree can be tailored to meet the needs of the candidate and may be obtained via distance education and online coursework. Students are encouraged to pursue a relevant graduate certificate as part of their degree program.
The Master of Science in Engineering Management bridges the gap between the field of engineering, technology and the field of business by equipping students with the technology experience and leadership skills they need to advance their career in the fast-face paced world of technology.
Provides training for those seeking employment in the high growing geospatial industry. This degree integrates GI Science, cutting-edge GI Systems and geospatial technology with management skills for use in government, corporate, nonprofit and academic settings. The comprehensive curriculums designed to meet the educational needs of working professionals seeking to improve their careers and for recent graduates seeking employment.
The Master of Science in Industrial Engineering prepares students to ensure efficiency in any setting, whether it is manufacturing smart phones, streaming an operating room in a hospital or shortening a roller-coaster line at an amusement park.
Doctoral Program: The Masters of Nursing Doctoral Program (DNP) prepares graduates as both specialized nurse practitioners and nurse scholars. Graduates are prepared to provide clinical and leadership expertise to design, implement and evaluate healthcare delivery. The DNP program is offered at either a full or part time pace. All doctoral students work with faculty advisors as well as graduate student services personnel. Students are required to meet annually in Tucson at a week-long Resident Summer Intensive Experience.
The Master of Nursing, RN to MSN, builds on existing clinical nursing experience to develop you into a nursing leader with heightened competencies in delivering patient-centered care that is comprehensive, coordinated and responsive for advancing the health and well-being of individuals and populations. Graduates will be prepared to provide clinical nursing leadership suitable to a variety of care environments.
The Master of Science in Systems Engineering prepares students to understand and manage intricate systems within an organization and how they relate to one another in the overall product life-cycle process.
Teachers in Industry integrates paid summer industry work experiences in local businesses across Arizona, together with either a focused Masters of Arts in Teaching and Teacher Education or professional development credits. These activities are based in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines as well as teacher education and training. Teachers in Industry focuses on guiding teachers to effectively bring their real world experiences into classrooms while building in-depth and practical knowledge of the workplace and is open to all Arizona STEM teachers. Teachers learn from immersion in a real-world industry experience and gain from their exposure to these organizations. In return, companies directly benefit from the skills and knowledge teachers bring to their workforce each summer.