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Master’s Degree Programs

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health degree is designed for the graduate student who aspires to work in a variety of clinical mental health counseling settings. Examples of such settings include community mental health centers, interdisciplinary mental health clinics, inpatient psychiatric units, alcohol and drug treatment facilities, university counseling centers, correctional facilities, and private practice.

Master of Arts in Teaching

The purpose of Southeastern’s proposed Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is to produce graduates who demonstrate academic and practical excellence in their respective fields. Through quality instruction grounded in current research, candidates will develop the professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to be highly qualified and highly effective teachers. The proposed program will be offered online and in a hybrid format.

Master of Education

The Master of Education degree has several options for those individuals who wish to further their education in field and/or credential in a different educational discipline.

Master of Science in Sport Studies & Athletic Administration

The Master of Science in Sport Studies and Athletic Admin¬istration provides a strong foundation in research methodology, sports administration, management, and finances. Through quality instruction and educational experiences, graduates of this program will be able to move into positions in athletic administration; facilities management; sports event planning; and coaching.

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