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Marymount University

2010-11 Graduate Academic Programs

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Note for Marymount students who began studies in a previous year: You will find curriculum information on your particular program in the catalog that corresponds to the year you entered Marymount. If you have questions, please see your advisor.


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Degree Programs

Administration and Supervision (M.Ed.)
Business Administration (M.B.A.)
   Business Administration/Human Resource    Management (M.B.A./M.A.) dual degree
   Business Administration/Information    Technology (M.B.A./M.S.) dual degree
Catholic School Leadership
Computer Science (See Information Technology)
Community Counseling (M.A.)
   Community Counseling with Forensic    Psychology option (M.A./M.A.)
Criminal Justice Administration and Policy (M.A.)
Elementary Education (M.Ed.)
English as a Second Language (M.Ed.)
Forensic Psychology (M.A.)
   Forensic Psychology with Community    Counseling option (M.A./M.A.)
Health Care Management (M.S.)
   Health Care Management/Business    Administration (M.S./M.B.A.) dual degree
   Health Care Management/Information    Technology(M.S./M.S.) dual degree
Health Promotion Management (M.S.)
Humanities (M.A.)
Human Resource Management (M.A.)
Information Technology (M.S.)
Interior Design (M.A.)
Legal Administration (M.A.)
Literature and Language (M.A.)
Management (M.S.)
Nursing (M.S.N.)
Nursing (D.N.P.)
Pastoral Counseling (M.A.)
Pastoral and Spiritual Care (M.A.)
Physical Therapy (D.P.T.)
Professional Studies (M.Ed.)
School Counseling (M.A.)
Secondary Education (M.Ed.)
Special Education, General Curriculum (M.Ed.)

 

Certificate Programs

Catholic School Leadership
Computer Security and Information Assurance
Counseling (post-master's)
Family Nurse Practitioner (post-master's)
Health Care Informatics
Human Resource Management
Information Technology
IT Project Management and Technology    Leadership
Knowledge and Learning in Organizations
Leadership
Management Studies
Nonprofit Management
Nursing Education (post-master's)
Organization Development
Paralegal Studies
Pastoral Counseling (post-master's)
Project Management

 

Graduate Programs Available at MU’s Reston Center


Degree Programs

Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Education (M.Ed.) with licensure –
   Elementary (grades PK-6) and Secondary
   (grades 6-12)

Human Resource Management (M.A.)