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Master of Science in Professional Studies

The Master of Science in Professional Studies, housed within the Multidisciplinary & Emerging Programs area of the School of Technology and Professional Studies, is designed for individuals and practitioners with established career paths who are interested in: developing marketable skills to meet and exceed evolving workforce demands, seeking professional development, and expanding promotional opportunities. 

The curriculum for the M.S. in Professional Studies consists of a solid foundation of core courses, plus a choice of one of three concentrations: 

Creativity and Innovation
Students will form an in depth understanding of creativity, enhanced communication, and creative problem solving, while learning how these may be applied to practical situations that further workplace culture of creativity.

E-Learning Leadership
Students will acquire knowledge of online and distance learning leadership theory and practice in emerging information and communication technologies, multimedia pedagogical strategies, and e-learning design and delivery.

Homeland Security Management
Students will develop competencies relating to homeland security strategy and policy development, national security issues in terrorism, critical infrastructure protection, intelligence, land and maritime border and port protection, and developing technologies in homeland security.

The M.S. in Professional Studies is offered online as a flexible, part-time graduate degree program. Students have the opportunity to complete all degree requirements in two years.

M.S. in Professional Studies: Creativity and Innovation

M.S. in Professional Studies: E-Learning Leadership

M.S. in Professional Studies: Homeland Security Management

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Learn about all the graduate programs that Goodwin College has to offer at this Graduate Open House.
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Career Opportunities:

Creativity and Innovation:
Business manager

E-Learning Leadership:
Leaders in employee education

Homeland Security Management:
U.S. customs and border protection
Intelligence organizations
Federal law enforcement

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