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Master of Accounting  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Business Administration (MBA)  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Criminal Justice  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Education in Teaching  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Ed. in Educational Administration  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of IT Management  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Occupational Therapy  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Organizational Leadership  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Pastoral Theology Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Physician Assistant Studies  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Social Work  Website | Fact Sheet
Master of Speech Language Pathology  Website | Fact Sheet
Doctor of Business Administration  Website | Fact Sheet
Doctor of Physical Therapy  Website

Master of Accounting

The Master of Accounting program at St. Ambrose prepares individuals for professional careers in accounting, including public and governmental accounting, and ultimately for leadership positions in the world of business. In addition, in many states, those desiring to become certified as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) must have 150 hours of college education, making this program a natural extension in the pursuit of this requirement.
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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

We believe in developing managers who are interested in gaining knowledge and skills that will contribute to their growth as dynamic, socially conscious leaders. Ambrose's H.L. McLaughlin MBA Program takes a cross-functional, project-oriented approach in which students work in teams to build processes within a full compliment of business disciplines. Six locations and flexible schedules allow a busy professional to earn their degree.
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Master of Criminal Justice

The Master of Criminal Justice program is ideal for those interested in upper-level careers in law enforcement, security, corrections and human services. It also prepares persons wishing to teach criminal justice, or to serve as personnel and training specialists in justice-related organizations. Focusing on professional development through a multi-faceted curriculum, the program produces skilled leaders in criminal justice and related fields.
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Master of Education in Teaching

The Master of Education in Teaching program is designed to enhance the skills, knowledge and dispositions of licensed teachers through the delivery of a standards-based curriculum that focuses on professional teaching outcomes as identified by the Iowa Quality Teaching Standards and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Students may choose from optional courses of study and may elect an elementary reading endorsement as part of the degree.
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Master of Education in Educational Administration

With 42 percent of Iowa public school principals at age 51 or older, a shortage of qualified administrators in Iowa's public schools is imminent, jeopardizing the state's tradition of educational excellence. To meet this need, St. Ambrose has created a master's degree program based on national standards that addresses the need for qualified administrators in diocesan, public and other private schools. You'll get the knowledge and credentials for the career change or advancement you're seeking.
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Master of Science in Information Technology Management

The Master of Science in Information Technology Management program offers a blend of information systems theory and business management that provides the skills needed to successfully manage an IT department within a corporate environment. Classes focus on information and technology management, including analysis, design, implementation and management solutions, as well as human resources.
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Master of Occupational Therapy

St. Ambrose offers the only program leading to a registered occupational therapist degree in Iowa. It consists of two years of liberal arts education prerequisites emphasizing biological and social sciences, and three years of professional occupational therapy course requirements including internships. The professional phase of the program is arranged in life-span development and includes five semesters on campus with the final semester including 24 weeks of fill-time field experience. The program also has an Assistive Technology Lab that serves as a resource center offering free services to students and health-care professionals.
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Master of Organizational Leadership

Master of Organizational Leadership students will become more aware of their own strengths, attitudes and behaviors, and the effects they have on others as leaders. The MOL program also provides individuals currently in or seeking leadership positions with the conceptual and analytical skills necessary for successful leadership. Classes meet at both the main Locust Street campus, 54th Street campus and at the New Ventures Center in downtown Davenport.
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Master of Pastoral Theology

The Master of Pastoral Theology program offers professional and personal growth and academic rigor to thsoe who wish to be more fully prepared to serve in a variety of pastoral responsibilities and ministries within the Church. Courses and workshops in theology, scripture, ministry, spirituality, counseling, and human and behavioral social systems will be taught with special concern for pastoral applications.
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Master of Physician Assistant Studies

The Master of Physician Assistant program is currently in development; the first cohort will begin classes in June 2014. The program will likely be approximately 27 months in length over two-and-a-half years with 14-15 months of class work and 12 months of clinical rotation. Please email the Graduate Admissions office to request more information.
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Master of Social Work

Social workers practice in schools, businesses, hospitals, mental health facilities, public welfare and criminal justice agencies-with a host of emerging employment settings likely to develop in the coming years. The future employment outlook is strong for social workers. Three programs to complete the MSW are available depending on the time frame students need to complete the degree: standard full-time, part-time, and advanced standing.
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Master of Speech Language Pathology

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, an additional 26,000 speech language pathologists will be needed to fill positions in schools and clinics between 2002 and 2012. Students in the Master of Speech Language Pathology program at St. Ambrose learn to work as part of a comprehensive health care team, preparing them to collaborate with other health care and educational professionals, including physical and occupational therapists, nurses, social workers, educational psychologists and early childhood specialists.
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Doctor of Business Administration

The Doctor of Business Administration degree program strengthens your ability to perform your current job and prepares you for career advancement. It also builds your understanding of organization strategy and performance, advances your comprehension of human behavior in organizations, and improves your analytical skills. Numerous students have presented their research at professional conferences across the country, with topics ranging from technology adoption to training programs.
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Doctor of Physical Therapy

The Doctor of Physical Therapy program at St. Ambrose provides students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to become integral members of the modern health care team. Building upon our long history of liberal arts studies, the DPT program is distinguished by a rich environment of academic success, and top-flight clinical experiences.
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