When you pursue your Master of Science degree at Plymouth State University, you know you’ll work with only the best. From experienced faculty to state-of-the-art facilities, your graduate education will provide you with opportunities for research, study, and innovation that are incomparable in New Hampshire.
You have several options for your MS degree:
- Applied Meteorology
- Athletic Training – Entry-Level and Higher Education
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Couples and Family Therapy
- Criminal Justice Administration
- Environmental Science and Policy
- Science Education
Whether you are a recent college graduate or have years of professional experience, a Master of Science degree will enhance your knowledge of the world we live in. Many programs have flexible curricula, allowing you to specialize your degree depending on your personal and professional interests and goals. Some Master of Science programs have specific application requirements and admission deadlines while others offer rolling admission.
To make use of Plymouth State’s exceptional facilities such as the Judd Gregg Meteorology Institute, many science courses are held on campus in Plymouth and follow a traditional weekday schedule.