The College of Information and Mathematical Sciences provides two master’s programs
for students seeking to enter or advance in the teaching or archival studies fields.
These degrees offer theoretical and practical curriculum, in addition to internships,
research, and field-based clinical work.
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Master of Archival Studies
This fully-online program prepares students to enter into the archival field possessing
traditional archival knowledge with the skills to manage digital archives and electronic
Master of Arts in Teaching – Secondary Education
Designed for individuals who already possess a degree in mathematics, this degree
prepares you for full-certification to teach secondary curriculum in grades 6-12.
Master of Science in Cyber Technology
This program is designed to enable students to pursue graduate education in the field
of cyber technology. Students will be equipped with knowledge and skills needed to
advance their career or perform a mid-career transition into cyber technology areas.
Master of Science in Data Science
This program enables students to pursue advanced careers in Data Science addressing
state and national workforce shortages and supporting the growth of the local knowledge-based