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Graduate

Website: https://www.washburn.edu/academics/graduate-programs/index.html

Washburn University offers eleven different master’s degree programs, two doctoral programs, and four graduate dual degree programs (the J.D./MBA, the J.D./MAcc, the J.D./MCJ and J.D./MSW). The Academic Affairs Office works with the Office of Strategic Analysis and Reporting to provide appropriate data regarding graduate programs, responds to requests for information, and assumes those administrative duties deemed appropriate by the departments/areas with graduate programs and by the Graduate Council.

The College of Arts and Sciences offers four graduate degree programs including the Master of Education with multiple specializations, the Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership, the Master of Liberal Studies, and the Master of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis in Clinical Skills.

The School of Applied Studies offers four graduate degree programs including the Master of Criminal Justice, the Master of Health Science in Health Care Education, the Master of Arts Human Services/Addiction Counseling, and the Master of Social Work. Also offered are dual J.D./MSW and J.D./MCJ degree programs.

The School of Business offers two graduate degree programs including the Master of Accountancy and the Master of Business Administration. Also offered are dual J.D./MBA and J.D./MAcc degree programs.

The School of Nursing offers the Doctor of Nursing Practice and the post-graduate Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate.

The School of Law offers the Juris Doctor Degree, the LL.M. and the Master of Studies in Law (please see the School of Law catalog for complete information about these degree programs: www.washburnlaw.edu).