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UD currently offers 60 doctoral and 144 master’s degree programs. Of these programs 16 are dual degrees, 14 interdisciplinary and 20 on-line. Other options include an avenue to complete a traditional four-year bachelor’s program plus a master’s program in one addition year, known as a 4+1 degree (25 are currently available) and 31 certificate programs across our seven colleges and more than 82 research centers and institutes. UD is one of the top 100 institutions for federal obligations in science and engineering and interdisciplinary initiatives in energy science and policy, the environment and in human health.

 

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Choosing a graduate area of concentration can be a challenge. The University of Delaware attracts students with a multitude of interests, which explains why it’s so common to find students pursuing a dual degree or participating in an interdisciplinary program. Whatever your interests, we hope you will take advantage of this online resource to explore the many programs we offer.

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Graduate and Certificate Programs (149 Entries)

MBA Online (Business Administration) MBA

Gain the real-world knowledge required to excel in today’s competitive global market as well as the essential business skills and subject-matter expertise to assume advanced leadership roles. This 100 percent online, fully AACSB-accredited program can be completed in as few as 16 months, or at a pace that is best for you. Customize your studies to best align with your career aspirations and professional interests with concentrations in Finance, Business Analytics, Healthcare, Strategic Leadership, and International Business.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

August-11 Final deadline to apply

FALL II:

September-28 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

January-18 Final deadline to apply

SPRING II:

March-15 Final deadline to apply

SUMMER:

May-18 Final deadline to apply

* FALL and SPRING terms refer to FALL I and SPRING I.

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MBA Pathways Program
ADMITTANCE STATUS: This program is not taking applicants at this time.

The Pathways Program offers the opportunity for business professionals to take up to three MBA or other UD business graduate degree courses before officially pursuing an MBA degree. This option is a good choice if you have not yet had an opportunity to take the GMAT or if you want to try out some courses to see if a UD business graduate degree is appropriate for you. Applicants must meet all admission requirements for the MBA program EXCEPT submitting a GMAT score.

Application Deadline:

Applications accepted until one week before the start of the semester.

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Mechanical Engineering PhD, MSME, MSME/MBA, BME/MSME, 4+1

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the degrees of Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in mechanical engineering. The graduate programs are designed to provide considerable flexibility in the selection of course work and specialization. Independent research, a requirement for the PhD degree, is optional the MSME degree. MSME students may choose a research-based thesis track, or a coursework-based non-thesis track. The non-thesis MSME option may be more suitable for part-time students.

Current UD undergraduate students can be considered for admission to the 4+1 BME/MSME. A dual degree in the MSME & MBA programs is also available to graduate students.

Application Deadline:

PhD Fall admission deadline:
January 15: Priority consideration for admission and to be considered for departmental funding.
July 31: Final deadline to apply.

MSME Fall admission:
January 31: Priority consideration for admission
July 31: Final deadline to apply

MSME Spring admission:
October 30: Priority consideration for admission
December 31: Final deadline to apply

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Mechanical Engineering Online MSME

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers an online graduate program in Master of Science: Mechanical Engineering (MSME). Comprised of 30-credits, this program covers not only the foundations of solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer and dynamics but also allows for the choice of electives in diverse areas including biomechanics, clean energy and environment, composite materials and manufacturing, energy efficient mobility systems and smart cities, robotics and controls, and more. No thesis required.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

July-31 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

December-31 Final deadline to apply

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Medical Laboratory Sciences MS

This accelerated degree program provides high performing students with the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science and a master’s degree in Medical Sciences in less time and at less cost than completing both programs individually.

Application Deadline:

SPRING:

January-15 Final deadline to apply

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Medical Sciences PhD

Areas of in-depth study are driven by faculty research and encompass clinically related fields such as inherited visual disease, diabetes mellitus and other chronic health conditions, cancer, human papillomavirus virus and infectious disease, RNA biomarkers, biotheraputics, microbiomes, protein structural biology, molecular spectrocopy and biophysics, and X-ray crystalography.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

February-01 To be considered for departmental funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

October-01 Limited Option

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Medical Sciences MS, BS/MS, 4+1, CERT

In today’s competitive employment market, individuals seeking management and leadership positions in the laboratory-based health professions require a graduate level degree.

This accelerated degree program provides high performing students with the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Science and a master’s degree in Medical Sciences in less time and at less cost than completing both programs individually.

Applied Molecular Biology and Biotechnology/Medical Sciences 4+1 (BS/MS)
Medical Laboratory Science/Medical Sciences 4+1 (BS/MS)

Application Deadline:

FALL:

July-01 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

January-01 Final deadline to apply

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Microbiology PhD, MS

Application Deadline:

FALL:

April-15 Final deadline to apply

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Minerals, Materials and Society CERT

The graduate certificate in Minerals, Materials and Society is designed for mid-career professionals in industry, government and civil society working across mineral and extractive supply chains. The program takes an interdisciplinary and industrial ecology approach with attention to key skills needed to evaluate the environmental and social impacts of the sector.

Application Deadline:

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

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MPA (Public Administration) MPA, BA/MPA, 4+1

The MPA program contributes directly to solutions to public challenges of our times through research and public service projects that involve students in experiential learning. The program also seeks to develop relationships with practitioners, fostering a professional focus and approach to public administration and non-profit management and furthering the values of the field.

Traditional master’s degree students can complete the MPA program in 2 years of full time study. Part-time and online options are also available. Current UD undergraduates can be considered for admission to the 4+1 BA in Public Policy/MPA or the 4+1 BS in Organizational & Community Leadership/MPA. For more information see https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/bachelors-programs/4+1-accelerated-degrees#section3

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-15 To be considered for departmental funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

February-13 Final deadline to apply

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MPA Online (Public Administration) MPA

The MPA program contributes directly to solutions to public challenges of our times through research and public service projects that involve students in experiential learning. The program also seeks to develop relationships with practitioners, fostering a professional focus and approach to public administration and non-profit management and furthering the values of the field. This program is available on-line.

This program is available on-line.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

August-15 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

February-11 Final deadline to apply

SUMMER:

May-22 Final deadline to apply

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MPH in Epidemiology MPH

The Master of Public Health (MPH) in Epidemiology is designed to prepare students for a career in public health in either local, state or federal public health agencies or research settings. By providing students with a comprehensive foundation of population health principles, epidemiological methods and biostatistics, and study design, the MPH in Epidemiology will ensure students are proficient in the skills needed to successfully enter the public health workforce.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

May-31 Priority consideration for admission
July-31: Final deadline to apply

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MPH in Health Policy and Management MPH

​The Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy and Management is designed to prepare students for a career in health policy in either applied (e.g., healthcare institutions, nonprofits, and local, state, or federal agencies) or research settings. By providing students with a comprehensive foundation of public health principles and their application to policy, the MPH in Health Policy and Management will ensure students are proficient in the skills needed to successfully enter the workforce.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

May-31 Priority consideration for admission
July-31: Final deadline to apply

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MPP (Master of Public Policy) MPP, 4+1

The Masters of Public Policy (MPP) degree is the professional degree for analyzing, evaluating, and solving all aspects of policy. As analysts and managers, MPP graduates work with quantitative and qualitative data to develop, assess, and evaluate alternative approaches to current and emerging issues.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

July-01 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

December-01 Final deadline to apply

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Music MM

The Master of Music program offers concentrations in performance, conducting, teaching, and composition.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-15 To be considered for departmental funding
May-15: Final deadline to apply

The Composition Concentration is not accepting applications for Fall 2020.

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Neuroscience MS

Current UD undergraduate students can be considered for admission to the 4+1 BS/MS in Neuroscience.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

December-01 Priority consideration for admission

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Nonprofit and Voluntary Action CERT

This standalone certificate program provides useful knowledge and practical skill-building for students in any field who want to advance their careers in the nonprofit and/or public sector.

Application Deadline:

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Nursing: Doctor of Nursing Practice DNP

The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares graduates to perform at the highest level of advanced nursing practice. The foundation for practice expertise with a population health focus will enable the graduate to plan and lead evidenced-based interventions, quality improvement strategies and health policy changes that address patient safety, promote patient-centered care, and reduce health disparities among diverse groups.

Application Deadline:

SUMMER:

April-15 Final deadline to apply

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Nursing: Nursing Science PhD, MSN

The Nursing Science program prepares researchers and academic faculty for positions in college, university, and health care settings.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

May-15 Final deadline to apply

SUMMER: May 5 for all MSN Concentrations

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Nursing: Post Master’s Certificate Program CERT

The University of Delaware Post Master’s certificate in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) program, prepares graduates to deliver high quality care to patient populations across the mental health and substance disorder continuum. We include cutting-edge neuroscience, evidence-based practice, classical theoretical underpinnings, and innovative holistic modalities in the PMHNP program, so that our practitioners are prepared to provide both psychotherapy and medication management to promote optimal health outcomes in individuals, families, and communities. The Family Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner prepares graduates who are eligible to sit for national certification exams and subsequently will be eligible for state licensure.

Application Deadline:

SUMMER:

April-15 Final deadline to apply

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Nutrition and Dietetics/Dietetics Internship MS

The mission of the MS/DI program is to train dietetic professionals in the methods, implementation and interpretation of nutrition science, and to apply and advance the field of nutrition through research, clinical, management or community areas of practice.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-15
February-15: Final deadline to apply

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Nutrition Science PhD
ADMITTANCE STATUS: Admitting students

Application Deadline:

FALL:

March-15 Final deadline to apply

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Ocean Engineering PhD, MS

The Ocean Engineering program offers degrees through a cross-disciplinary program operated jointly by the Physical Ocean Science and Engineering (POSE) program in the Graduate College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) and the Ocean Engineering program of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

February-01 Priority consideration for admission and funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

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Oceanography PhD

Research on physical, geological, biological, and chemical problems in estuarine, coastal, and marine environments. Historically, the program’s focus has been estuarine, coastal, and continental shelf studies in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-05 Priority consideration for admission and funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

December-01

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Particle Technology MEPT, 4+1
ADMITTANCE STATUS: Not admitting students at this time

Program focus is on rate processes, transport, characterization, separations, and product engineering and a capstone in an an industrial internship enabling the student to exit the program with practical, demonstrated particle technology expertise.

FALL:

March-01 Priority consideration for admission and funding
September-01: Final deadline to apply

Admission decisions begin with applications submitted by January 6.

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Particle Technology Certificate CERT
ADMITTANCE STATUS: Not admitting students at this time

The Graduate Certificate in Particle Technology is offered by the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and is administered through the Engineering Outreach Program. This certificate is designed for engineering professionals working in the process industries and/or for undergraduate or graduate engineers desiring to expand their knowledge of particle technology. The objective is to equip professionals with the knowledge and ability to meet the expectations of employers in the processing industry with respect to particle technology expertise.

Powders and particulate solids are commonplace in the process industries but are not treated in depth in the undergraduate engineering curricula. The Graduate Certificate in Particle Technology is designed to fill that gap for the practicing engineer or for undergraduates anticipating industrial employment. This certificate is offered through the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and is administered through the Professional Engineering Outreach Program.

Open rolling admission.

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Performing Arts Certificate CERT

A certificate program for individuals seeking to develop their musical performance skills as they participate in the Department of Music’s ensembles. Open to individuals with a baccalaureate degree in music performance.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

June-01 Final deadline to apply

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Physical Therapy DPT

The degree program qualifies the graduate to sit for the national physical therapy examination to become licensed in the United States as a physical therapist.

Application Deadline:

August-17

September-14

October-12

December-15 Final Deadline.

Decisions about applicants will be made on a rolling basis with final decisions on all applicants anticipated by early-March. Applicants are encouraged to apply early to ensure space availability in the incoming class. Offers will be extended to qualified applicants beginning with the first deadline and continuing until fully enrolled. Anticipated interview dates may be cancelled should the incoming class be at full capacity.

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Physics PhD, MS

Offers a variety of experimental and theoretical research activities focused on the areas of condensed matter and materials physics, atomic and molecular physics, astronomy, astrophysics, space physics, and high energy physics.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-31 To be considered for departmental funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

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Plant & Soil Sciences PhD, MS

Focus on research and outreach programs in the areas of landscape horticulture, plant science, and environmental soil science.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

July-01 Priority consideration for admission
September-01: Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

December-01 Priority consideration for admission
February-19 Final deadline to apply

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Political Science & International Relations PhD, MA

Graduate study in the department includes an opportunity to study across subfields in the discipline including International Relations, Comparative Politics, American Politics, and Political Theory. Students get a broad education in the field of Political Science and are equipped with the theoretical and methodological skills to develop and execute their own research projects.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-15 Final deadline to apply

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Preservation Studies PhD

An interdisciplinary doctoral course of study that teaches the philosophies, research methodologies, and policies informing preservation efforts focused on art, architecture, landscapes, and material culture.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

February-01 Final deadline to apply

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Psychological & Brain Sciences PhD

Concentrations in the areas of social psychology, cognitive psychology, behavioral neuroscience, and clinical science.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

December-01 Final deadline to apply

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Psychological and Brain Sciences Certificates CERT

Psychological and Brain Sciences students may structure their elective coursework such that they are recognized for additional specialized study that cuts across Behavioral Neuroscience, Clinical Science, Cognitive Psychology, and Social Psychology. We currently offer three such certificates: Developmental Processes, Quantitative Analysis, and Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. The certificate programs are open to any current graduate student in any program at the University of Delaware.

These certificates are only available to any current graduate student in any program at the University of Delaware.

Application Deadline:

When applying to complete a certificate, students should: Fill out their Plan of Study (Psych Forms > Grad Student Form > Plan of Study) and send it electronically to the Director of Graduate Education.

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Railroad Engineering Online CERT

Railroad activity in the United States is flourishing, with expansion across the industry – in freight, passenger (inter-urban and commuter), transit, and emerging high-speed rail. With increased activity comes the need for highly trained professionals to ensure operating safety, efficiency, and cost-effective use of resources. Yet many of the most experienced engineers and supervisors are retiring, leaving a gap in knowledge, experience and capability. This certificate program can help fill that need, as indicated by a market research study conducted in 2013 by the Education Advisory Board, which noted that “Completion of several courses in railroad engineering adequately prepares students to compete for employment in the rail transportation industry.” This graduate certificate is also designed for engineering professionals working in the area of railroad engineering or for those desiring to expand their knowledge of railroad engineering and related engineering disciplines, to thereby become viable candidates for advancement in the railroad industry.

The certificate program courses are all transferable into a graduate program in civil engineering or mechanical engineering.

Application Deadline:

Applications accepted up to first day of classes of a given term.

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Renewable Energy Engineering & Policy CERT

This interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Renewable Energy Engineering and Policy (REEP-CERT) is offered by the University of Delaware’s College of Engineering and administered through the Professional Engineering Outreach Program. It is designed for those with an undergraduate degree in a Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM) field who seek to strengthen their knowledge of renewable energy technologies and policy, and, if course prerequisites are met, can be earned by matriculated graduate students as well as by those in graduate/non-degree status.

The REEP certificate program courses are transferable into graduate degree programs in electrical engineering, energy and environmental policy, materials science & engineering, or mechanical engineering.

Application Deadline:

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Robotics MS, 4+1

By emphasizing both theory and practice, the MSR program is designed to meet the needs of professionals seeking advanced training as well as scholars who want to explore robotics through structured, guided instruction. Graduates of the MSR program will understand the fundamentals of robotics and be prepared to develop and deploy robotic devices.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-31 Priority consideration for admission
July-31: Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

October-31 Priority consideration for admission
December-31 Final deadline to apply

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School Psychology EdS, MA

Following the of the National Association of School Psychologists, the program leads to certification as a school psychologist.

The EdS is a combined MA/EdS program.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-15 Final deadline to apply

Students who qualify for an assistantship will receive a minimum stipend of $20,000 for the 9-month academic year (2019-2020), a tuition scholarship award that provides a reduced rate for master’s students equivalent to the Delaware resident rate, and a reduced-cost medical insurance plan provided by the University.

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Socially Responsible & Sustainable Apparel Business Online CERT

The graduate certificate provides a foundation of knowledge needed to manage design, product development, buying, promotion, sourcing, and production of apparel, textiles, and footwear in ways that are socially responsible and sustainable. The competencies and skills embedded in the courses are based on research with industry leaders and professionals who lead nongovernmental organizations and civil society groups with a stake in the global apparel business. The coursework is grounded on principles of the United Nations (UN) Global Compact, a voluntary international initiative bringing together companies, labor and civil society groups, and various UN agencies in support of human rights, labor, and the environment. The following learning goals have been established for students completing the certificate: 1) Evaluate how apparel, textile, and footwear businesses address the “Global Compact” principles for human rights, labor standards, and environmental stewardship and how they can more effectively address them in the future, 2) Analyze the moral and ethical responsibility of business and individuals toward human rights labor standards, and environmental stewardship, and 3) Recommend various strategies for affecting change in the industries.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

August-27 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

January-21 Final deadline to apply

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Sociology PhD, MA

Areas of study in Criminology, Disasters and the Environment, Gender, Law and Society, Methods, Race, Sociology of Health and Sociological Theory

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-03 Final deadline to apply

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Statistics MS, BS/MS, 4+1, CERT, Online

A balance of a foundation in theoretical statistics, applied coursework in statistical techniques, and opportunities for application of statistical knowledge through the StatLab and internships with local companies.

Current UD undergraduate students can be considered for admission to the 4+1 BS/MS in Statistics.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

February-02 To be considered for departmental funding
August-22: Final deadline to apply
August-22 International application deadline

SPRING:

January-25 Final deadline to apply

Final Application Deadline for certificate program: June 1

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Strategic Communication MA, 4+1

The Strategic Communication (MA) builds upon the Department of Communication’s existing reputation of quality education within the fields of public relations, digital media, and strategic communication.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

August-10 Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

January-21 Final deadline to apply

SUMMER:

May-20 Final deadline to apply

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Strategic Leadership Certificate CERT

Strategic leadership goes beyond managing others, encompassing all of the skills and capacities needed to navigate the complex analytical and human dimensions inherent in any leadership role.

The graduate certificate program in strategic leadership at the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics allows working professionals to build their leadership mindset and skillset to better manage individuals, teams and organizations. Students take the same courses offered in the Lerner MBA and learn how to effectively lead and influence others, build teams and support networks, manage change and set strategic organizational direction.

Both professionals who have previously earned an MBA and those who wish to develop specialized expertise to advance or redirect their career will benefit from this program.

Application Deadline:

Applications accepted up to first day of classes of a given term.

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Teacher Leadership Online MEd

This 100% online program enables you to develop the tools, techniques and hands-on skills to understand and implement emerging policies that impact students in K-12 classrooms, private schools, preschools, higher education, and home schooling. It is designed to enhance your professional growth as well as the growth of your students, colleagues and professional community.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

August-15 Final deadline to apply

FALL II:

October-01

SPRING:

January-23 Final deadline to apply

SPRING II:

March-25

SUMMER:

May-27 Final deadline to apply

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Teaching English as a Second Language MA, 4+1

Prepares students to teach in classrooms with English Language Learners and to teach English as a second language in colleges and language institutes in the U.S. and abroad.

Current UD undergraduate students can be considered for admission to the 4+1 BA in English/MA in TESL.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

April-01 Priority consideration for admission
June-01: Final deadline to apply

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Urban Affairs & Public Policy PhD, MA, BA/MA, 4+1

Approaches the problems of an urban society using an interdisciplinary approach to theoretical, empirical and analytical knowledge and skills.

More information

Application Deadline:

FALL:

January-15 To be considered for departmental funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

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Water Science & Policy PhD, MS

An Interdisciplinary program  to address the complex challenges that we face today; to develop solutions that are socially acceptable, economically viable, and environmentally sustainable; and to be true stewards of our environment.

Application Deadline:

FALL:

February-01 To be considered for departmental funding
July-01: Final deadline to apply

SPRING:

October-01 To be considered for departmental funding
December-01 Final deadline to apply

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Wind Power Science, Engineering & Policy CERT

The Certificate in Wind Power Science, Engineering and Policy program is designed to give graduate students and professionals a broad understanding of the wind energy industry from multiple disciplinary perspectives.

Application Deadline:

Applications accepted up to first day of classes of a given term.

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Winterthur Program in American Material Culture MA

A multidisciplinary approach to the study of American decorative arts and material culture–the history and philosophy of people and their things. The Program is a cooperative effort of the Winterthur Museum, Garden, & Library and the University of Delaware.

Application Deadline:

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MONDAY, JANUARY 04, 2021

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Program Types

Graduate program options abound at the University of Delaware. Our options include dual degrees, 4+1 degrees, certificate programs, interdisciplinary programs, on-line, pathways and learning partnerships. Learn more about these designations below to as you explore our programs.

 

Traditional Degrees

There are major categories of degrees available for Graduate level studies at the University of Delaware that include master’s and doctoral degrees. Earning one of these degrees can take 2-8 years, depending on the level of the degree and field of study.

 

Online Degrees

Learn about the graduate programs available through UD Online without stepping out your door.

 

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Dual Degrees

The University of Delaware offers students the opportunity to simultaneously complete more than one graduate level degree. Important features include:

The program guidelines for dual degree programs identify the number of credits required for the combined degree. However, the general standard is that completing a combined program results in fewer number of credits required than if each degree was completed as a separate degree.

To be eligible for a dual degree, both degrees must be awarded simultaneously as the total number of credits required is based on the program guidelines for the dual degree.

 

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4+1 Degrees

Undergraduate UD students have the opportunity to complete a traditional four-year bachelor’s program plus a master’s program in one additional (+1) year.

Application deadlines are based on the current year/level of the UD student as they must apply no later than their Junior year (allowing for overlap of graduate and undergraduate coursework during their senior year).

 

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Certificates

University of Delaware offers practical, concentrated study in a specific professional area to help you change careers, explore a new field, gain credentials, and acquire practical new skills and knowledge.

 

Partnerships

The University of Delaware and Thomas Jefferson University offer a reciprocal graduate enrollment program. Full-time graduate students at each institution can attend classes at the partner school at no cost.

Full-time matriculated graduate students at the University of Delaware and Thomas Jefferson University are eligible for this program.A completed permission form for reciprocal registration between University of Delaware and Thomas Jefferson University must be submitted to the coordinator at your home institution:

University of Delaware
Dr. Mary Martin,
Associate Vice Provost for Graduate & Professional Education
234 Hullihen Hall
Newark, DE 19716
(302) 831-8916

Thomas Jefferson University
David Clawson,
Senior Associate Registrar and Director of Student Records
1015 Walnut Street, Room G-22 Curtis Building
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 955-5001

Wait for confirmation of enrollment, which shall be given no less that a week before the class starts

 

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