Mississippi College

Mississippi College, established in 1826, is a private, co-educational, Christian University of Liberal Arts and Sciences located in Clinton in Mississippi, USA. The University offers a wide variety of master's degree programs through various departments such as Communication, Business, Art, Biological Sciences, Kinesiology and Mathematics.
  • Average Tuition USD 16,740
  • Acceptance Rate 67%
  • Students 5,100
  • International Students 9.8%
  • Campus Setting Residential

School Description

Mississippi College (MC) offers over 50 master's degree programs in subjects such Journalism, Graphic Design, Medical Sciences, Music and Accounting. MC provides 227 full-time and 212 part-time faculty. Faculty consists of academic scholars, entrepreneurs, academic pioneers, medical professionals, lawyers and researchers. The institute also has a number of notable alumni, including US Representative Gregg Harper, Governor of Mississippi Phil Bryant, Major League Baseball umpire Lance Barksdale and Olympic track athlete Larry Myricks.
  • 01Ranked 32nd in US News & Media Report's Best Colleges - Regional South Universities rankings for 2019.
  • 02Ranked 122nd in Forbes' America's Top Colleges in the South rankings for 2018.
  • 03Ranked among the top 800 in Times Higher Education's US Universities rankings for 2019.

Master Programs

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    Ed.S in Education Leadership

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Mississippi College provides exceptional leadership education that places a greater emphasis on teaching and learning. Our unique Master’s degree program in Educational Leadership preparation carefully selects cohort members each spring to begin a 15-month modular program consisting of 39 semester hours, which begin in the summer term. The faculty offers experienced and innovative perspectives and provides a series of modules focusing on six dimensions of leadership, including:Personal/InterpretationalInstructionalOrganizationalResourcePoliticalInformational

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.A. in Engish

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    As a student of Mississippi College’s Master’s in Education, you will be able to emphasize current research and theory as they relate to methodology used in elementary schools. You will also learn how advancements in technology have been able to improve elementary instruction. Students will also engage in a study of transformational leadership, the purpose of which is to create within the organization the internal capacity to achieve significant improvement in elementary education.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.A. in History

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    our graduate-level history degrees emphasize close reading, clear writing and critical thinking about the past, and are a cornerstone of the liberal arts core curriculum at Mississippi College.Our faculty is made up of accomplished teachers and productive scholars who are active in professional organizations and regularly attend and present at conferences. The members of the department have also published books, monographs and articles in addition to garnering several teaching awards.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.B.A (Accounting)

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    If you’re searching for an in-depth knowledge of theory and practice within the accounting industry, Mississippi College can offer you a comprehensive online MBA in Accounting, as well as a traditional business curriculum that focuses on critical-thinking skills. Our established faculty and staff can encourage you to work with your peers and improve your writing abilities. Mississippi College can help you gain an understanding of business accounting challenges from a global perspective. While you’ll be studying for a Master’s in Business Administration degree you can complete in as few as two years, you’ll have the opportunity to gain an advanced understanding in the area of accounting by selecting the Accounting concentration.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.B.A (JD/MBA)

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    For students interested in both the business and legal professions, Mississippi College offers a joint juris doctor and master of business administration degree. Holding both a J.D. and an M.B.A. gives an edge to prospective attorneys whose career plans include work with corporations and partnerships, corporate financing, or transactional work. In addition to enhanced business knowledge and skills, an M.B.A. provides enhanced credibility in the competitive business world.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.B.A. (Business Administration)

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Master’s in Business Administration online (MBA) degree and traditional, on-site curriculum focus on providing a rigorous curriculum that can help students develop competency in general management skills and become key leaders within the business profession. Designed primarily for working professionals who desire to further their careers, our online MBA courses and on-site programs can prepare students to have an advanced understanding in the areas of accounting, finance, marketing, organizational behavior, economics and statistics.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.B.A.(Finance)

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    In today’s business and finance worlds, it is often those with secondary degrees who are sought out, chosen for promotion, and possess the skills and confidence to start their own businesses. If you are a financial planner, investor or wish to make your mark on a related industry, now is the time to make it happen. Mississippi College’s MBA with Finance Concentration provides graduate students with a greater knowledge and understanding in the field of finance; develops competency in the principal areas of finance; and offers in-depth study in corporate finance, investments, financial markets, financial institutions, international finance and more. Gain mastery of the theoretical concepts and skills necessary to advance in the field of finance by enrolling in this exciting, unique program you can complete in as few as two years.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Combined Sciences in Chemistry

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Combined Sciences with a major in Chemistry is perfect for a student who wants to add depth to his or her chemistry knowledge and gain supporting knowledge in related fields. Admissions requirements include a GRE subset of 146 Verbal, 140 Quantitative or a passing score in either with a score of 2.5 on the Writing Assessment Test of the Mississippi GRE and 24 semester hours of undergraduate work in chemistry.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed in Education Leadership

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Mississippi College provides exceptional leadership education that places a greater emphasis on teaching and learning. Our unique Master’s degree program in Educational Leadership preparation carefully selects cohort members each spring to begin a 15-month modular program consisting of 39 semester hours, which begin in the summer term. The faculty offers experienced and innovative perspectives and provides a series of modules focusing on six dimensions of leadership, including:Personal/InterpretationalInstructionalOrganizationalResourcePoliticalInformational

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed in Engish

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Students of English are prepared not only for careers in the field, but for any of the many careers that emphasize elocution and communication – including publishing, advertising, public relations, program development, administration and technical writing. As a member of the graduate English programs at Mississippi College, Master’s degree students have the opportunity to study the best of English, American and world literature through these comprehensive English courses in Mississippi. Faculty seek to involve students actively in the learning process by encouraging them to discuss and write about the literature studied in their classes, and in composition classes students learn to write using personal computers with guided practice in the process of writing. An English major at Mississippi College will study under faculty who are experts in their fields and see their work from a Christian viewpoint.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed in Special Education

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Recently the University added a Master's degree program in Special Education with the purpose of providing quality teacher training and preparation to help meet the needs of the special education students in our K-12 classrooms. The program will be offered in traditional and online modalities. Contact Dr. Claudia Steele csteele@mc.edu 601*925*3226 for more information or click here to begin the application process.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. (School Counseling)

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    This program is designed to equip students with the theoretical and practical knowledge of Applied Psychology. The program offers courses that focus on applications of psychology, and principles of counseling and therapy.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in Biological Sciences

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Science in Biology (Medical Sciences) is your best choice if you are looking for medical school preparation in Mississippi. The program can be completed in 12 months and is designed to prepare students to enter medical, dental or pharmacy school, or begin a career in medical science research or as a physician’s assistant. The M.S. in Biology (Medical Sciences) at Mississippi College covers much of the first-year curriculum at a typical medical school, prepping knowledgeable students in areas such as anatomy, physiology, histology, neuroanatomy and embryology. Students will learn in real-world environments like our 5,000-square-foot human cadaver lab and will learn how to read X-rays, CAT scans and MRIs.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in Business Education

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    We offer more than the traditional education degree in Mississippi College’s Master of Education department. Among the tracks you can choose from is the Master of Business Education, a unique educational leadership prep program that provides an innovative perspective on the six dimensions of leadership:Personal/interpersonalInstructionalOrganizationalResourcePoliticalInformational

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in Computer Science

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Science in Computer Science program is a 30-hour graduate-level program comprised of computer science courses including Advanced Data Structures, Programming Language Structures, Software Engineering, Computer Networking, Relational Database and Graph Theory. To graduate from this program, the student will work with an advisor to complete a thesis complementary to his or her coursework.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in Dyslexia Therapy

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Train to become a therapist specializing in those with dyslexia and related disorders in this two-year graduate-level dyslexia therapy training program. Based on the Orton-Gillingham approach, which combines auditory, visual and kinesthetic learning modalities, the outcome of this course is designed to be a Master of Education degree in Dyslexia Therapy and a rewarding career as a therapist. This program is accredited at both the Therapy and Instructor of Therapy levels by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC).

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in Mathematics

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Within the department of mathematics at Mississippi College, you can choose from a variety of graduate-level degree tracks. With a Master of Science in Mathematics, you can further your career as a mathematician, statistician or actuary. By earning a Master of Education in Mathematics, you add an “AA-licensure” to your teaching credentials or open a door for a career as a professor.Our faculty is waiting to help you figure out admissions and graduation requirements for each program and to help you decide which mathematics degree in Mississippi College’s catalog is right for you.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in STEM

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The M. Ed. in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) is for students who want to become STEM specialists in a school and/or district. The current demand for STEM teachers is high. Mississippi is in need of qualified STEM teachers. These STEM teachers will be teaching tomorrow’s engineers, scientists and technical experts, and through them, improve the life in our state. This new program and the academic demands of the Next Generation of Science Standards (NGSS) seek to establish consistent education standards across the United States that ensure graduates from high schools are prepared to succeed in college or the work force.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed. in Teaching Arts Elementary 4-8 and Secondary 7-12

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    As government and public officials have challenged our public school systems to rise up, educational leaders have been challenged along with them. This means that educational leadership training for the 21st century must reflect the educational reform that has placed greater emphasis on teaching and learning. Mississippi College's School of Education has accepted that challenge.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Ed.in Social Sciences

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The field of social sciences is a broad one, commonly used to refer to the studies of anthropology, economics, political science, psychology and sociology. A social science degree in Mississippi at the undergraduate level will generally help students acquire a foundation of research skills from the social sciences and examine the implications of cultural diversity. Those who have taken Bachelor’s level social science courses in Mississippi College’s Department of History and Political Science should have an understanding of society and culture from the viewpoints of individuals, families, local communities and global communities.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.F.A. in Graphic Design

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Through a combination of typography, visual arts and page layout, graphic designers are able to enhance user experience, brand products and unify many web pages, publications or advertising campaigns, among other things. Mississippi College is a respected graphic design school in Mississippi, with multiple program options available to help you meet your career goals – whether they include graphic designer, art director, creative director, animator or production artist.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.H.S.A. (Health Services Administration)

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Obtaining your Masters of Health Services Administration degree at Mississippi College will give you a diverse background of knowledge through which you will excel professionally. It will prepare you to forge ahead in the new dimensions of the profession and give you that edge you need.Our health administration degree program is designed to give flexibility to meet the emerging and important needs of the healthcare professional, locally and globally. Seminar topics will rotate annually, and students are expected to present their convocation paper as part of the requirement for graduation during this course.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.L.S.

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Do you have a passion for gaining knowledge just for wisdom’s sake? Or do you envision yourself in a career where well-roundedness and familiarity with many disciplines is key to success, like a career in the arts, humanities or social services? Because the Master of Liberal Studies degree program is a non-thesis degree intended to be broad and diversified in its scope, it allows students flexibility in acquiring advanced learning in several different fields. Through a variety of liberal arts courses in Mississippi, students who wish to continue their studies past a Bachelor’s degree but do not want to choose a specialized secondary degree can find their niche.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Mus. in Music Education

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Join a student body full of performers, learn from professors who are exceptional scholars and performing artists, and become part of the strong traditions of the department of music at Mississippi College. This unique music program in Mississippi, the Master of Music in Music Education, is designed to give students the knowledge, understanding, skills and appreciation of music necessary to fulfill their professional dreams in the music field. As a student in the Music Education Master’s degree program, you’ll gain the knowledge of music history and music theory necessary to pass on your passion to other students as an educator.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.Mus. in Music Performance

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Even the most naturally talented musicians can’t reach their full potential without a combination of practice, music theory education and mentorship from other passionate musicians. The faculty in the department of music at Mississippi College is dedicated to helping mold the practices and careers of music students as mentors and advisors. If you are looking for a graduate-level music program in Mississippi that will shape your talents and prepare you for a performing career, the Master of Music in Music Performance is an excellent choice. Graduates of this program consistently receive graduate fellowships/assistantships and excel in their respective programs, including recent winners of major regional vocal competitions and publication by major music publishers.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. (Addiction Counseling)

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The mission of the Addiction Counseling Program is to help students acquire core competencies, as well as specialized knowledge and skill, necessary to perform effectively as addiction counselors. Completion of the program will assist graduates in making applications for licensure as a professional counselor (LPC), as well as national counseling certification. The program wishes to recruit students from diverse backgrounds who demonstrate character, maturity, scholarship, leadership, church/community involvement, and interest in the counseling profession. Students participating in the Addiction Counseling Program receive training in the theories, models, and techniques of professional counseling with specialized preparation in work with individuals and families who suffer from substance use and addictive orders. Students are expected to complete supervised clinical training in approved sites.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. (Marriage & Family Counseling)

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The mission of the Marriage and Family Counseling Program is to help students acquire core competencies, as well as specialized knowledge and skill, necessary to perform effectively as marriage and family counselors. Completion of the program will assist graduates in making applications for licensure as a professional counselor (LPC), as well as national counseling certification. The program wishes to recruit students from diverse backgrounds who demonstrate character, maturity, scholarship, leadership, church/community involvement, and interest in the counseling profession. Students participating in the Marriage and Family Counseling Program receive training in the theories, models, and techniques of professional counseling with specialized preparation in work with couples and families, and other members of the behavioral healthcare and ministry teams in church, agency, hospital, and other marriage and family treatment settings. Students are expected to complete supervised clinical training in approved sites.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. (Mental Health Counseling)

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The mission of the Mental Health Counseling Program is to help students acquire core competencies, as well as specialized knowledge and skill, necessary to perform effectively as mental health counselors. Completion of the program will assist graduates in making applications for licensure as a professional counselor (LPC), as well as national counseling certification. The program wishes to recruit students from diverse backgrounds who demonstrate character, maturity, scholarship, leadership, church/community involvement, and interest in the counseling profession. Students participating in the Mental Health Counseling Program receive training in the theories, models, and techniques of professional counseling with specialized preparation in work with adult and child clients, their families, and other members of the behavioral healthcare team in agency, hospital, and other mental health treatment settings. Students are expected to complete supervised clinical training in approved sites.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Applied Exercise Physiology

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    Kinesiology, the study of human movement, is the art and science on which growing fields like physical therapy are based. As an undergraduate, making the choice to earn a kinesiology degree in Mississippi provides the perfect foundation for a Master of Science in Applied Exercise Physiology. What is exercise physiology? It’s the perfect advanced degree for students interested in careers in exercise rehabilitation and sports medicine, or interested in pursuing terminal degrees in exercise physiology and related disciplines as well as higher-level administrative and supervisory positions in adult fitness and wellness.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Athletic Administration

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The athletic administration degree is designed for those who wish to work in the administrative areas of athletics either at a college or secondary school. You will have the opportunity to create both successful and financially responsible athletic programs within an educational institution. As a student of the athletic administration program, you will combine an in-depth knowledge of sports, finance, human resources, legal structures, ethics, leadership, management and more to become a successful athletic administrator.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Biological Sciences

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Science in Biology (Medical Sciences) is your best choice if you are looking for medical school preparation in Mississippi. The program can be completed in 12 months and is designed to prepare students to enter medical, dental or pharmacy school, or begin a career in medical science research or as a physician’s assistant. The M.S. in Biology (Medical Sciences) at Mississippi College covers much of the first-year curriculum at a typical medical school, prepping knowledgeable students in areas such as anatomy, physiology, histology, neuroanatomy and embryology. Students will learn in real-world environments like our 5,000-square-foot human cadaver lab and will learn how to read X-rays, CAT scans and MRIs.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Biology, Medical Sciences

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Science in Biology (Medical Sciences) program is designed to prepare students for a career in medical sciences research or for those students wishing to enter medical, dental, optometry, physician assistant and pharmacy schools. This degree can be completed in one calendar year. Unlike many programs, most courses are offered both fall and spring, enabling the student to mix and match course load each semester, giving him/her great flexibility in designing the class sequence.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Chemistry

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    If you have the focus for detail and passion for learning that will help you succeed in this scientific discipline, Mississippi College has both Master of Science and Master of Combined Sciences in Chemistry programs that will help you begin a challenging, rewarding career.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Computer Science

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Science in Computer Science program is a 30-hour graduate-level program comprised of computer science courses including Advanced Data Structures, Programming Language Structures, Software Engineering, Computer Networking, Relational Database and Graph Theory. To graduate from this program, the student will work with an advisor to complete a thesis complementary to his or her coursework.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Graphic Design

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    Through a combination of typography, visual arts and page layout, graphic designers are able to enhance user experience, brand products and unify many web pages, publications or advertising campaigns, among other things. Mississippi College is a respected graphic design school in Mississippi, with multiple program options available to help you meet your career goals – whether they include graphic designer, art director, creative director, animator or production artist.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Higher Education Administration

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Higher Education Administration program, ranked #19 in the nation by BestColleges.com, assists current and future professionals who seek administrative opportunities in the exciting and rewarding field of higher education. Realizing that there are many areas of professional service, the program has been designed to provide a strong grounding in general, administrative theory and practice.Through class interaction, study and practicum experiences, students seeking a Master of Higher Education Administration degree are provided opportunities to enhance their understanding of higher education and the administrative challenges and intricacies therein.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S. in Mathematics

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    Within the department of mathematics at Mississippi College, you can choose from a variety of graduate-level degree tracks. With a Master of Science in Mathematics, you can further your career as a mathematician, statistician or actuary. By earning a Master of Education in Mathematics, you add an “AA-licensure” to your teaching credentials or open a door for a career as a professor.Our faculty is waiting to help you figure out admissions and graduation requirements for each program and to help you decide which mathematics degree in Mississippi College’s catalog is right for you.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.C. in Integrated Communication, General

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    he Department of Communication offers the Master of Science in Communication (MSC) degree. This degree program is designed for students who are looking for communication courses in Mississippi; are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in communication; and would like to improve their marketability or prepare for doctoral enrollment.Through elective class choices, students may tailor their degree toward a theater, mass media, or interpersonal/public communication concentration. This choice must be made in consultation with their graduate advisor while planning the proposed course of study.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.C. in Integrated Communication, Journalism

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Department of Communication offers the Master of Science in Communication (MSC) degree. This degree program is designed for students who are looking for communication courses in Mississippi; are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in communication; and would like to improve their marketability or prepare for doctoral enrollment.Through elective class choices, students may tailor their degree toward a theater, mass media, or interpersonal/public communication concentration. This choice must be made in consultation with their graduate advisor while planning the proposed course of study.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.C. in Professional Communication in Health Services Administration

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    It isn’t difficult to find options for a graduate-level communication degree in Mississippi these days. However, as the job market continues to become more competitive, discerning students are looking for a program that will give them an edge in a growing field and help them stand out among their peers. For these students, the Mississippi College Communication department provides a Master of Science in Professional Communication in Health Services Administration degree. Health services administration programs in hospitals around the country are in need of qualified employees to create policies, direct hospital services or otherwise serve as communications spokespeople for entire healthcare organizations. Mississippi College can prepare students to become these employees.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.C. in Professional Communication in Sports

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    This program is designed to equip students with the theoretical and practical knowledge of Sports Management. The program offers courses that focus on the study of athletic management; adult fitness; and recreation leadership.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.C. in Public Relations & Corporate Communication

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    This program is designed to equip students with theoretical and practical knowledge of the principles of Public Relations. The program offers courses that focus on the study of public relations theory; principles of advertising, marketing, and journalism; message/image design; image management; special event management; media relations; community relations; public affairs; and internal communications.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.M. (Physician Assistant)

    USD 20,000 Tuition Fee

    Physician assistants (PA) are health professionals who practice medicine as members of a team with their supervising physicians. PAs deliver a broad range of medical and surgical services to diverse populations in rural and urban settings. As part of their comprehensive responsibilities, they conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive health care, assist in surgery, and prescribe medications. Because of their close working relationship with physicians, physician assistants are educated in the medical model designed to complement physician training. Upon graduation, physician assistants take a national certification examination developed by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA).

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.S in Loss Prevention

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Professionals can further their loss prevention career by earning an advanced degree from Mississippi College. Upon completion of the program, graduates receive a Master of Social Science in Administration of Justice Loss Prevention. In addition to a comprehensive basis in administration of justice, the Master’s of loss prevention program includes courses vital to advancing in a career in loss management. Employment opportunities for graduates of the program include:Loss prevention managerSecurity managerPrivate detectiveCriminal investigatorConsultant

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.S. in Criminal Justice/Administration of Justice

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    Of all the colleges in Mississippi, few have an administration of justice program as impressive as Mississippi College’s, which covers everything from criminal justice to homeland security to loss prevention/security management studies. Students can complete this degree in one of two ways: the 30-hour Plan A (without teacher certification) or the 36-hour Plan B (with teacher certification). Both plans require coursework in history, political science or administration of justice and an oral and written exam. You can also choose to earn a 21-hour graduate certificate in homeland security or loss prevention/security management.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.S. in History

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    our graduate-level history degrees emphasize close reading, clear writing and critical thinking about the past, and are a cornerstone of the liberal arts core curriculum at Mississippi College.Our faculty is made up of accomplished teachers and productive scholars who are active in professional organizations and regularly attend and present at conferences. The members of the department have also published books, monographs and articles in addition to garnering several teaching awards.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    M.S.S. in Political Science

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    If you have a Bachelor’s degree in politics, history, political science or journalism and want to continue your education and further your career, consider earning your Master of Social Science in Political Science. What is political science? The discipline examines political institutions from social and economic perspectives, within different cultures and historical periods, and human behavioral patterns within politics. When you earn your graduate-level political science degree in Mississippi, you will build on your analytical and problem-solving skills and take your career to greater heights.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    Master of Education in Art

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The M.Ed. in Art is a 30-hour degree (approximately 10 courses). Five of these courses are in selected studio courses. The M.Ed. in Art curriculum offers advanced courses in education and creative studio art, with traditional and nontraditional resolutions to educational and visual problems. This curriculum expands your academic experience in professional education topics, and also guides you in the creation of works of studio art that allow for creative growth, advanced ideas and procedures. All of these goals demand high levels of academic and creative effort.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design degree offered by the Mississippi College Department of Art is an advanced graduate degree in the Graphic Design field. The person who has earned this degree has reached a new level of maturity as an experienced and well-prepared design professional. This degree shows the world that the degree holder is capable of a high level of informed creative work, and also the person is capable of taking their place in the educational world as a teacher who can advance from instructor to full professor.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts

    USD 21,168 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts degree offered by the Mississippi College Department of Art is an advanced graduate degree in the field of studio art, in either two-dimensional or three-dimensional areas. The person who has earned this degree has reached a new level of maturity as an experienced and well-prepared professional artist. This degree shows the world that the degree holder is capable of a high level of informed creative work and aesthetic thought, and also that the person is capable of taking their place in the educational world as a teacher who can advance from instructor to full professor.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    Master of Science in Art

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Science in Art degree is offered with either two-dimensional or three-dimensional emphasis with elective possibilities in both areas. It is a 30-hour degree (approximately 10 courses). Program courses expand your academic experience and guide you in the creation of artworks that allow for creative growth, advanced ideas and procedures, and which demand high levels of aesthetic thought and creative effort.

  • 200 S Capitol St, Clinton, MS 39058, United States

    Master of Science in Graphic Design

    USD 23,760 Tuition Fee

    The Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design degree offered by the Mississippi College Department of Art is an advanced graduate degree in the Graphic Design field. The person who has earned this degree has reached a new level of maturity as an experienced and well-prepared design professional. This degree shows the world that the degree holder is capable of a high level of informed creative work, and also the person is capable of taking their place in the educational world as a teacher who can advance from instructor to full professor.

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  • Minimum GPA 2.50
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 69
  • Minimum incoming IELTS 5.50
  • Minimum SAT 928
  • Minimum ACT 21

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            2013-2015, Master's Degree

            Mississippi College - a great place to continue postgraduate studies

            During my time at Mississippi College, I have made great connections with my professor and fellow classmates. Although my undergraduate work was completed at a larger university, I have truly enjoyed being a part of the MC family. The faculty and staff at MC are always striving to help you succeed, both in and out of the classroom. Being a part of a smaller group allows you to learn your peers and professors on a more personal level, compared to larger institutions; that is one of the great benefits about attending MC. I'm glad I chose to attend this school to pursue my masters degree.