The History Department offers master of arts degrees in four areas of study: U.S. history, Latin American history, European history and public history. A wide range of graduate offerings is available, with considerable emphasis on new methodologies for historical research.
The M.S. in Human Nutrition provides graduate education from whole foods and nutrient perspectives in nutrition, metabolism, food science and biotechnology incorporating practical training and research.
Grounded in a multi-disciplinary and multicultural approach, the program provides opportunities to model collaboration across disciplines and to learn from one another while working effectively with all cultures, groups, individuals and their ecologies.
The McCoy College of Business Administration is a student centered learning community dedicated to sharing values, knowledge, and skills that enable students to compete responsibly and successfully in a global business environment.
Duration: 2 Years Deadline: Feb 1st; June 1st; Oct 1st
The technology management graduate program at Texas State University is designed for those who seek careers or career advancement in the management of engineering and production activity in the construction and concrete industries.
Texas State University’s Master of Fine Arts degree in directing is a highly selective, three-year program whose objective is to develop creative leadership, disciplined craft and collaboration abilities.
The master of music and master of music in music education programs at Texas State University prepare graduates to flourish in the disciplines of music teaching, history, conducting, composition, performance and interpretation.
Materials science and engineering involves the characterization of the physical and chemical properties of solid materials-metals and alloys, ceramics, magnetic materials, polymers, optical materials, semiconductors, superconductors, and composites for the purpose of using, changing, or enhancing inherent properties to create or improve end products.