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Applied Sociology, MA

With a Master of Arts in Sociology from NAU, you will be prepared for professional practice in human service agencies and applied research settings as well as for further academic study in sociology and related fields. In our program, you will work with engaged faculty and peers in a highly collaborative academic atmosphere. 

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Applied Geospatial Sciences, MS

With an MS in Geospatial Sciences from NAU, you’ll be prepared to pursue a career in managing land, community, and environmental spatial systems, including geographic information systems (GIS), geodesign, community planning and development, and recreation. In addition to engaging coursework this degree requires a research thesis or applied practicum project overseen by a faculty committee.  

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Anthropology - Applied (MA)

The coursework for a Master of Arts in Anthropology at NAU focuses on a practitioner-oriented internship plan designed to preparing you to enter the expanding job market in applied anthropology. The required coursework includes completion of an internship (requiring registration for 3 credits in the summer prior to the first year) that involves research, intervention, management, teaching, and advocacy in service to agencies, groups, and organizations. It culminates in the writing and successful defense of a thesis. This action-oriented plan prepares you for professional employment within your specialty area or continued opportunities at the PhD level.

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Science Teaching, MA

The Master of Arts in Science Teaching degree (MAST), offered by the Center for Science Teaching and Learning, is a rigorous program designed for practicing teachers. Through this program you will deepen your knowledge of content and enhance classroom practice through a focus on research-based teaching strategies that make science accessible to all learners. 

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