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University of New Haven Academic Catalog
    University of New Haven
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College of Arts and Sciences


Lourdes Alvarez, Ph.D,  Dean
Michael Rossi, Ph.D.,  Associate Dean
Jessica Brater, Ph.D. Assistant Dean
Amy Carlile,  Ph.D. Assistant Dean

 

Graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences offer opportunities for career preparation through the conscientious application of core liberal arts and sciences disciplines. Faculty with practical experience and engaging approaches to teaching work closely with students to cultivate their professional identities, skills, and awareness of global trends and challenges in their chosen fields.

The College of Arts and Sciences, offers master’s degree programs in six fields: Master of Science degrees in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Education, Environmental Science, and Human Nutrition; Master of Arts degrees in Community Psychology and Industrial Organizational Psychology.

Within the field of education, students may select either a teacher certification program, which has an optional full-time internship experience, or an advanced professional education program for those who already hold certification. A Sixth-Year Certificate Program in Instructional Technologies and Digital Media Literacy is also available.  The Human Nutrition program is offered part time, one weekend per month, at the main campus in West Haven. The Environmental Science program provides many opportunities for field and laboratory experience along with classroom instruction. Students in Cellular and Molecular Biology are training for specialized careers in the fields of bioinformatics, basic science, and pharmacological research.

Graduate certificates provide short, specific course work in several fields, including geographical information systems (GIS) and the psychology of conflict management.

At the undergraduate level, the College of Arts and Sciences offers associate and bachelor’s degree programs in a wide variety of fields, from art and graphic design to dental hygiene, from music and sound recording to psychology, and a liberal studies degree. A combined five-year B.S./M.S. program in environmental science is offered for students who meet certain qualifications. UNH undergraduates who want to pursue a teaching career also may be eligible for early admission to the UNH Education Department through the accelerated entry process, which allows qualified undergraduates to begin their Education course work as undergraduates and enables them to earn a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, and Connecticut teacher certification in five years. The College of Arts and Sciences sponsors a variety of cultural, educational, and artistic endeavors at the university, including faculty forums, performances by artists, and guest speakers.

Cellular and Molecular Biology

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Community Psychology

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Education

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Environmental Science

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Human Nutrition

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Industrial-Organizational Psychology

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