The Master of Arts in Education focuses primarily on the advancement of your teaching career. This is the degree most often pursued by people who want hands-on teaching experience and are seeking to work directly with students. The Master of Arts in Education provides advanced training to prepare effective professional educators who implement evidence-based practices to promote meaningful outcomes in our schools and communities.
Business Administration majors can select a concentration in agribusiness. In addition to overall business skills in marketing and human resource management, they'll develop industry-specific expertise in areas such as the agricultural supply chain, environmental regulations and plant and soil science.
Business Administration majors can select a concentration in accounting. They'll develop in-depth understanding of accounting and report preparation, as well as the ethical and business implications of financial reporting. They'll also explore tax law and other regulations affecting organizations from small businesses up to international nonprofits.