Graduate Programs (Majors List)

Texas A&M University-Commerce offers over 40 graduate programs within five colleges:

The College of Business
The College of Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts;
The College of Education and Human Services; 
The College of Science and Engineering; and
The College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources.

Below you will find a list of all majors we offer as well as graduate certificates.  You will find a description of the major,  admission requirements, including documents, application packet deadlines, and advisor contact information.

Doctoral Majors:

Counseling

Educational Psychology

Educational Administration

English

Higher Education  

Supervision, Curriculum, and Instruction

Masters and Specialist Majors:

Accounting

Agricultural Sciences

Applied Criminology

Applied Linguistics

Art

Biological Sciences

Business Administration

Business Analytics

Chemistry

Computational Science

Computer Science

Counseling

Curriculum & Instruction

Early Childhood Education

Educational Technology Library Science

Educational Administration

Educational Technology Leadership

Educator/ Teacher Certification

English

Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN)

Finance

Health, Kinesiology, and Sports Studies

Higher Education

History

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Music

Nondegree

Organization, Learning, and Technology

Physics

Political Science

Principal Certification

Psychology

Reading

School Psychology (Specialist)

Secondary Education

Social Work

Sociology

Spanish

Special Education

Superintendent Certification

Technology Management

The Art of Teaching

Theatre

Graduate Certificates

Chemical Dependency Counseling
Christianity in History
Computational Linguistics
Criminal Justice Management
Criminal Justice Studies
Environmental Studies
Exercise Studies
Film Studies
Holocaust Studies
Physical Education Pedagogy
Psychology of Gerontology and Positive Aging
Public History
Studies in Children's and Adolescent Literature and Culture
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
World History