Graduate Studies Prospective Students
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“I found Columbia College's online and evening classes work well with my full-time teaching schedule. Obtaining a MAT will not only benefit me as a teacher, but also will benefit my students as learners.”
Callie Westhues '09 Master of Arts in Teaching
“The memorabilia business is quite challenging. You constantly have to come up with new products and new ways of distributing them, and I'm now looking to Columbia College's graduate program for guidance.”
Brian Schwarze '11 Master of Business Administration
“Columbia College's flexible degree programs allowed me to enhance my professional development while working full time as a public safety professional and business owner.”
Rex M. Scism '05 Master of Science in Criminal Justice
If you’ve been thinking about earning your master’s degree but want to continue working, Columbia College offers five master’s degrees through evening classes with the added flexibility to stop-and-start your degree program for unexpected work and family obligations.
Columbia College offers four graduate programs:
- Master of Arts in Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
- Master of Education in Educational Leadership (MEd)
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ)
In addition to offering master’s degrees at the main campus in Columbia, Missouri, there are campuses within the Division of Adult Higher Education that also offer the MBA degree.
For details about the graduate programs, contact the appropriate campus.
Columbia College's course schedule allows students to start at any time and to progress on their own schedule, rather than having to wait for a set time in the academic year.
Graduate courses are offered through traditional classroom instruction during the evening. The classes are held in eight-week sessions. There are five sessions each year starting in January, March, June, August and October.