Master of Business Administration

The Missouri Western online MBA is a professional and part-time graduate program where students can take from one to two classes per semester. The MBA is completely online and consists of eight week semesters, which allows full-time students to complete the program in 12 months. The classes are offered by Missouri Western through Canvas course management software. The program consists of ten courses which includes seven MBA core classes plus three additional classes in leadership, ethics, and organizational behavior management.

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K-12 Cross-Categorical Special Education

The 100% online K-12 Cross-Categorical Special Education option is designed to help a wide range of educators and professionals prepare themselves to support learners who experience mild/moderate disability in diverse, inclusive, K-12 classrooms. Successful completion of this master’s degree, in conjunction with all specified prerequisites, will prepare graduates to complete the Missouri Content Assessment (MoCA) and qualify for the K-12 Mild/Moderate, Cross-Categorical special education licensure from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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TESOL – Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Two graduate options offered: Masters of Applied Science in Assessment with TESOL Option, and English Language Learners Certification. Prepares individuals to teach, support and otherwise assist English Language learners or those for whom English is not their native language. It is designed for teachers of all levels and all disciplines. It also serves professionals who work with organizations whose mission includes assessing and improving English skills among non-native speakers.

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Technical Communication

The Graduate Certificate in Technical Communication is a 15-credit hour program which can be taken completely online and is taught by full-time faculty at Missouri Western State University. The program is designed for people currently working in industry, government, non-profit, or other professional settings to gain graduate-level experience with the many facets of technical communication, including practice with day-to-day workplace writing, writing for management and supervision, writing for digital environments, grant and proposal writing, and editing.

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