Our masters degrees are designed to work around the graduate student's busy work schedule, with the majority of courses being offered entirely online. Other courses are 'hybrid' courses, which take place online and on Saturdays. Please visit our graduate website to learn how to apply!

If you're interested our undergraduate programs, instead, please visit our undergraduate education page, instead!

Master of Arts (M.A.)

*Our Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.A. degree program is CACREP accredited for hybrid and fully online delivery formats, for an eight-year period through October 31, 2028. For more information, please feel free to read the following:

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Master of Professional Studies (M.P.S.)

Doctor of Education (Ed.D)


  • Texas Principal Certification
  • School Counseling Certification
  • Educational Diagnostician Certification

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.)

While this degree is an undergraduate degree, it falls under our Department of Graduate and Adult Education, so we are including it here as well. Please see our Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences webpage, or view the course catalog for more information about the Applied Arts and Sciences, B.A.A.S program.