Applications for fall 2017 enrollment will open on January 1, 2017, and will be considered on a rolling basis through May 1, 2017. This date may be extended through May 31st if we have additional availability. We will begin reviewing applications and making offers of admission in January.
We offer a 45-credit MEd degree that can be completed in one academic year. In the MEd Prevention Science degree program, training is provided in the design, evaluation, and implementation of effective interventions to reduce risk and enhance protective factors in children, youth, and families. Graduates obtain employment in community prevention settings, social advocacy centers, university settings, and as research technicians, or can continue their education in pursuit of doctoral training or clinically oriented graduate programs.