eBook Graduate & Professional Programs 2015 (Grad 1): An Overview, 49th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0768939534
  • ISBN-13: 9780768939538
  • DDC: 378.155302
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 976 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released February 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

Graduate & Professional Programs: An Overview 2015 contains more than 2,250 university/college profiles that offer valuable information on graduate and professional degrees and certificates, enrollment figures, tuition, financial support, housing, faculty, research affiliations, library facilities, and contact information. This graduate guide enables students to explore program listings by field and by institution. Two-page in-depth descriptions, written by administrators at featured institutions, give complete details on the graduate study available. Readers will benefit from the expert advice on the admissions process, financial support, and accrediting agencies.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Contents.
A Note from the Peterson's Editors.
The Graduate Adviser.
The Admissions Process.
Financial Support.
Accreditation and Accrediting Agencies.
How to Use These Guides.
1: Directory of Graduate and Professional Programs by Field.
2: Accounting.
3: Acoustics.
4: Actuarial Science.
5: Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
6: Acute Care/Critical Care Nursing.
7: Addictions/Substance Abuse Counseling.
8: Adult Education.
9: Adult Nursing.
10: Advertising and Public Relations.
11: Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering.
12: African-American Studies.
13: African Studies.
14: Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.
15: Agricultural Education.
16: Agricultural Engineering.
17: Agricultural Sciences—General.
18: Agronomy and Soil Sciences.
19: Allied Health—General.
20: Allopathic Medicine.
21: American Indian/Native American Studies.
22: American Studies.
23: Analytical Chemistry.
24: Anatomy.
25: Anesthesiologist Assistant Studies.
26: Animal Behavior.
27: Animal Sciences.
28: Anthropology.
29: Applied Arts and Design—General.
30: Applied Behavior Analysis.
31: Applied Economics.
32: Applied Mathematics.
33: Applied Physics.
34: Applied Psychology.
35: Applied Science and Technology.
36: Applied Social Research.
37: Applied Statistics.
38: Aquaculture.
39: Archaeology.
40: Architectural Engineering.
41: Architectural History.
42: Architecture.
43: Archives/Archival Administration.
44: Art/Fine Arts.
45: Art Education.
46: Art History.
47: Artificial Intelligence/Robotics.
48: Arts Administration.
49: Arts Journalism.
50: Art Therapy.
51: Asian-American Studies.
52: Asian Languages.
53: Asian Studies.
54: Astronomy.
55: Astrophysics.
56: Athletic Training and Sports Medicine.
57: Atmospheric Sciences.
58: Automotive Engineering.
59: Aviation.
60: Aviation Management.
61: Bacteriology.
62: Biochemical Engineering.
63: Biochemistry.
64: Bioengineering.
65: Bioethics.
66: Bioinformatics.
67: Biological and Biomedical Sciences—General.
68: Biological Anthropology.
69: Biomathematics.
70: Biomedical Engineering.
71: Biometry.
72: Biophysics.
73: Biopsychology.
74: Biostatistics.
75: Biosystems Engineering.
76: Biotechnology.
77: Botany.
78: Broadcast Journalism.
79: Building Science.
80: Business Administration and Management—General.
81: Business Education.
82: Canadian Studies.
83: Cancer Biology/Oncology.
84: Cardiovascular Sciences.
85: Cell Biology.
86: Celtic Languages.
87: Ceramic Sciences and Engineering.
88: Chemical Engineering.
89: Chemical Physics.
90: Chemistry.
91: Child and Family Studies.
92: Child Development.
93: Chinese.
94: Chiropractic.
95: Civil Engineering.
96: Classics.
97: Clinical Laboratory Sciences/Medical Technology.
98: Clinical Psychology.
99: Clinical Research.
100: Clothing and Textiles.
101: Cognitive Sciences.
102: Communication—General.
103: Communication Disorders.
104: Community College Education.
105: Community Health.
106: Community Health Nursing.
107: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Arts.
108: Comparative Literature.
109: Computational Biology.
110: Computational Sciences.
111: Computer and Information Systems Security.
112: Computer Art and Design.
113: Computer Education.
114: Computer Engineering.
115: Computer Science.
116: Condensed Matter Physics.
117: Conflict Resolution and Mediation/Peace Studies.
118: Conservation Biology.
119: Construction Engineering.
120: Construction Management.
121: Consumer Economics.
122: Corporate and Organizational Communication.
123: Counseling Psychology.
124: Counselor Education.
125: Criminal Justice and Criminology.
126: Cultural Anthropology.
127: Cultural Studies.
128: Curriculum and Instruction.
129: Dance.
130: Database Systems.
131: Decorative Arts.
132: Demography and Population Studies.
133: Dental Hy