The Future Faculty Fellowship
Applications for the Future Faculty Fellowship are due June 18.
Informational session on Wednesday, June 2 at 11am in 404 Cohodas. The session will be recorded for those who are unable to attend.
Visit the program webpage for full details on eligibility and application steps.
Continue Your Story at NMU
With 30+ online and campus-based programs to choose from, Northern's graduate education can help you get to the next level in your professional career. You have accomplished so much already, but now it's time to really immerse yourself in your academic passion. Which program will you choose?
Experiential, Hands-On Learning
Our programs are designed to engage you in an active faculty-student exchange of ideas and to provide you with extensive hands-on learning and high-caliber research opportunities. Faculty members challenge and support students to deliver their top performance, enabling students to get the most out of their graduate school experience. When students complete their programs, they are prepared to take the next step in their professional careers.
Master's in Computer Science
NMU's Master's in Computer Science will prepare students to advance in their careers, leg up in the industry, or enter a PhD program. With far-reaching impact, a degree in computer science will open the door to a wide variety of career paths, including post-secondary teaching and industry. Students choose between a thesis or a capstone, with focus areas including:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Programming Languages
Now accepting applications!
Athletic Training or Exercise Science
Athletic Training: Offered in both a 76 credit-hour Master of Science program and an NMU 3+2 program with an undergraduate degree in sports science, NMU's athletic training degree prepares students for the National Board of Certification Exam in athletic training and for entry into the profession.
Exercise Science: This program is for students with undergraduate backgrounds in athletic training, biological sciences, dietetics, health, nursing, physical education, physiology or physical therapy. The program aims to provide a working knowledge of the physiological and biomechanical aspects of human movement and exertion.
Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis professionals, known as Board Certified Behavior Analysts, work in a number of settings including schools, hospitals, mental health clinics, and human service settings. Analysts work with individuals to improve performance on socially influential behaviors. BCBAs can treat individuals across the age span to address individual occupational performance, problematic behaviors, or instructional techniques for individuals with disabilities.
Why pursue a career in Applied Behavior Analysis?
- Employability: 4000% increase in job postings over last 10 years.
- Great pay: Earn an average of $70,000/year.
- Versatility: Work in a variety of settings, including as a private practitioner.
Graduate programs to choose from
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