Degree Programs Overview

Through close collaboration with industry partners, our faculty has crafted tailored curricula designed to guide graduates towards success in technology industries, business, and governmental roles. Our interdisciplinary, non-thesis science programs foster advanced analytics skills, creative problem-solving abilities, and critical thinking capabilities, equipping students with the necessary toolkit to address pressing challenges in industry and business. Our programs include: MS in Applied Chemical Sciences, MS in Bioscience and Health Policy, MS in Energy Geosciences, Masters in Energy Transition and Sustainability, MS in Environmental Analysis, and MS in Space Studies.

Industry-Oriented Non-Thesis Degree Programs Offered in:

  • MS in Applied Chemical Sciences : Equips students with practical skills in chemical sciences for various industries, emphasizing hands-on applications and problem-solving. 
  • MS in Bioscience and Health Policy: Blends expertise in biosciences with policy analysis, preparing students for roles at the intersection of healthcare, science, and public policy.
  • MS in Energy Geosciences: Focuses on the exploration and management of energy resources, integrating geoscience principles with technological advancements in the energy sector.
  • MS in Environmental Analysis: Provides training in environmental sciences and data analysis techniques to address complex environmental challenges facing industries and governments.
  • Masters in Energy Transition and Sustainability: Explores the transition to sustainable energy systems, covering topics such as renewable energy, energy policy, and environmental sustainability.
  • MS in Space Studies: Explores various aspects of space exploration, including space policy, engineering, and planetary science, preparing students for careers in the space industry and related fields.
  • Coordinated PSM/MBA Program