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Graduate Studies

Graduate Admissions

To see the full list of available MGA graduate programs and apply, go to the Graduate Admissions page.

News From The Office Of Graduate Studies Summer/Fall 2024

MGA is pleased to announce the launch of a Master of Education and Instruction (MEd) with a literacy focus this fall. The new degree, which will be fully online and housed in MGA’s School of Education & Behavioral Sciences, will give certified teachers the opportunity to take advanced coursework related to literacy education. Upon completion of the degree and successfully passing the GACE assessment in curriculum and instruction, graduates could advance in their schools as academic coaches or instructional support specialists. For more information, please see here. Prospective students can also email Dr. William Gary Cole for more information at .

Some of our graduate programs—the Master of Science in Management (MSM), the Master of Business in Professional Leadership (MBPL), and the Master of Science in Information (MSIT)—now offer classes in a face-to-face format in addition to our online classes.

For more information on our graduate programs, including international admission, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at 478.929.6865 or email .

Graduate Studies Informational Events

The Office of Graduate Studies and our partners host online and in-person Information Sessions to help prospective students familiarize themselves with our graduate programs and to learn about the admissions process. Check this space for new events!

On Wednesday, July 10th at 6:00 pm, join School of Arts & Letters faculty for an Online Information Session featuring presentations and Q&A about the following graduate programs: Master of Arts programs in Public Relations and Technical & Professional Writing and Graduate Certificates in Strategic Business Communication, Technical Writing & Digital Communication, Creative Writing, and Teaching College Writing. For more information, see here

More News on Recent Graduate Programs

We are pleased to offer a new doctoral degree, a Doctor of Science in Public Safety (DSPS). The DSPS is a graduate program that prepares individuals to serve as managers in the executive arm of local, state, and federal government and that focuses on the systematic study of executive organization and management. The program includes instruction in the roles, development, and principles of public administration; the management of public policy; executive-legislative relations; public budgetary processes and financial management; administrative law; public personnel management; professional ethics; and research methods. The new doctoral program is housed in the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences. For more information, please see here. Prospective students may also contact Dr. John Hall at 478.757.2544 or at .

We are also proud to announce the recent launch of two new graduate certificates: a Graduate Certificate in Creative Writing and a Graduate Certificate in Teaching College Writing. These certificates offer opportunities for writers, creatives, and teachers who need and want expertise and/or credentialing in these areas. To learn about these new graduate-level programs in the School of Arts & Letters, please see here. Prospective students can also contact Dr. Monica Miller at 478.471.5799 or at .

Thank you for visiting our site and let us know if we can answer your questions about other graduate degrees.

Dr. Loretta Clayton
Dean of Graduate Studies


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