University of Massahusette,… North Platte

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UMass Dartmouth's beginnings

UMass Dartmouth traces its roots to 1895, when the state legislature chartered two textile schools: New Bedford Textile School and the Bradford Durfee Textile School in Fall River.

A diversified curricula for changing times

As the region’s economic base shifted from textiles to more diverse manufacturing and service industries, the colleges changed, too. They diversified their curricula, responding to the needs of new generations of students.

By the middle of the 20th century, the colleges were growing rapidly, spurred by such forces as the GI Bill and the clear economic and social advantages of a well-educated citizenry. They had become multipurpose institutions, preparing engineers, health care workers, teachers, and business leaders—and had forged new identities: New Bedford Institute of Technology and Bradford Durfee College of Technology.

Dramatic new campus

In 1960, the state legislature created Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (SMTI) by merging the New Bedford Institute of Technology and the Bradford Durfee College of Technology. The 710 acre campus in North Dartmouth, part way between New Bedford and Fall River, was established in 1964. The dramatic campus design was the work of architect Paul Rudolph, then dean of Yale’s school of Art and Architecture.

Growth as a university

There was a clear public demand for a comprehensive university, and in 1969 SMTI became Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU). The university continued to grow through the 1970s, when its first residence halls were finished and through the ’80s, as research and studio facilities came into being.

Dramatic new campus

In 1960, the state legislature created Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (SMTI) by merging the New Bedford Institute of Technology and the Bradford Durfee College of Technology. The 710 acre campus in North Dartmouth, part way between New Bedford and Fall River, was established in 1964. The dramatic campus design was the work of architect Paul Rudolph, then dean of Yale’s school of Art and Architecture.

Growth as a university

There was a clear public demand for a comprehensive university, and in 1969 SMTI became Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU). The university continued to grow through the 1970s, when its first residence halls were finished and through the ’80s, as research and studio facilities came into being.....

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UMass Dartmouth's beginnings

UMass Dartmouth traces its roots to 1895, when…

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Description

UMass Dartmouth's beginnings

UMass Dartmouth traces its roots to 1895, when the state legislature chartered two textile schools: New Bedford Textile School and the Bradford Durfee Textile School in Fall River.

A diversified curricula for changing times

As the region’s economic base shifted from textiles to more diverse manufacturing and service industries, the colleges changed, too. They diversified their curricula, responding to the needs of new generations of students.

By the middle of the 20th century, the colleges were growing rapidly, spurred by such forces as the GI Bill and the clear economic and social advantages of a well-educated citizenry. They had become multipurpose institutions, preparing engineers, health care workers, teachers, and business leaders—and had forged new identities: New Bedford Institute of Technology and Bradford Durfee College of Technology.

Dramatic new campus

In 1960, the state legislature created Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (SMTI) by merging the New Bedford Institute of Technology and the Bradford Durfee College of Technology. The 710 acre campus in North Dartmouth, part way between New Bedford and Fall River, was established in 1964. The dramatic campus design was the work of architect Paul Rudolph, then dean of Yale’s school of Art and Architecture.

Growth as a university

There was a clear public demand for a comprehensive university, and in 1969 SMTI became Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU). The university continued to grow through the 1970s, when its first residence halls were finished and through the ’80s, as research and studio facilities came into being.

Dramatic new campus

In 1960, the state legislature created Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute (SMTI) by merging the New Bedford Institute of Technology and the Bradford Durfee College of Technology. The 710 acre campus in North Dartmouth, part way between New Bedford and Fall River, was established in 1964. The dramatic campus design was the work of architect Paul Rudolph, then dean of Yale’s school of Art and Architecture.

Growth as a university

There was a clear public demand for a comprehensive university, and in 1969 SMTI became Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU). The university continued to grow through the 1970s, when its first residence halls were finished and through the ’80s, as research and studio facilities came into being.....

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Description :

The Charlton Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides advanced study in management for those with business or non-business bachelor degrees. This MBA requires 30 credit hours and can be completed part-time or full-time, on-campus or online.

The Charlton MBA is responsive to the changing demands of the global, technology-driven economy. Taught by leading business scholars and seasoned industry professionals, this advanced degree also offers you the option to concentrate in specific areas.

School/Admission Requirements:

  1. Statement of purpose: 300 - 600 words. Indicate your graduate study objectives, research interests and experience, and business or industry experience if applicable. If you are applying for a teaching or research assistantship, include any special skills or experience that would assist in assistantship decisions.
  2. Official transcripts: from all post-secondary institutions attended (regardless if a credential is earned or not). Transcripts should show class rank if available. Minimum requirements for admission are a 3.0 GPA (out of 4.0), although other evidence of professional competence can be considered for students who do not meet this criteria
  3. Official GRE score: sent directly from ETS; copies/scans not accepted. Required except by those who are or are about to be graduates of the UMassD College of Engineering.
  4. 3 letters of recommendation: from persons in the field of your academic major at the institution most recently attended or from supervisors familiar with your recent job performance. BS/MS applicants are encouraged to include a recommendation from a department faculty member willing to advise their graduate research..
  5. Resume.  

Application Deadlines:  

Fall: July 1 and,

Spring: Dec. 1  

Open Window:

Fall and,

Spring

Tuition:  $29,141.00 USD

Application Fee: $60 USD

Duration: 2 years


Study Amenities :


Description :

The Charlton Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides advanced study in management for those with business or non-business bachelor degrees. This MBA requires 30 credit hours and can be completed part-time or full-time, on-campus or online.

The Charlton MBA is responsive to the changing demands of the global, technology-driven economy. Taught by leading business scholars and seasoned industry professionals, this advanced degree also offers you the option to concentrate in specific areas.

School/Admission Requirements:

  1. Statement of purpose: 300 - 600 words. Indicate your graduate study objectives, research interests and experience, and business or industry experience if applicable. If you are applying for a teaching or research assistantship, include any special skills or experience that would assist in assistantship decisions.
  2. Official transcripts: from all post-secondary institutions attended (regardless if a credential is earned or not). Transcripts should show class rank if available. Minimum requirements for admission are a 3.0 GPA (out of 4.0), although other evidence of professional competence can be considered for students who do not meet this criteria
  3. Official GRE score: sent directly from ETS; copies/scans not accepted. Required except by those who are or are about to be graduates of the UMassD College of Engineering.
  4. 3 letters of recommendation: from persons in the field of your academic major at the institution most recently attended or from supervisors familiar with your recent job performance. BS/MS applicants are encouraged to include a recommendation from a department faculty member willing to advise their graduate research..
  5. Resume.  

Application Deadlines:  

Fall: July 1 and,

Spring: Dec. 1  

Open Window:

Fall and,

Spring

Tuition:  $29,141.00 USD

Application Fee: $60 USD

Duration: 2 years


Study Amenities :


Description :

The Charlton Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides advanced study in management for those with business or non-business bachelor degrees. This MBA requires 30 credit hours and can be completed part-time or full-time, on-campus or online.

The Charlton MBA is responsive to the changing demands of the global, technology-driven economy. Taught by leading business scholars and seasoned industry professionals, this advanced degree also offers you the option to concentrate in specific areas.

School/Admission Requirements:

  1. Statement of purpose: 300 - 600 words. Indicate your graduate study objectives, research interests and experience, and business or industry experience if applicable. If you are applying for a teaching or research assistantship, include any special skills or experience that would assist in assistantship decisions.
  2. Official transcripts: from all post-secondary institutions attended (regardless if a credential is earned or not). Transcripts should show class rank if available. Minimum requirements for admission are a 3.0 GPA (out of 4.0), although other evidence of professional competence can be considered for students who do not meet this criteria
  3. Official GRE score: sent directly from ETS; copies/scans not accepted. Required except by those who are or are about to be graduates of the UMassD College of Engineering.
  4. 3 letters of recommendation: from persons in the field of your academic major at the institution most recently attended or from supervisors familiar with your recent job performance. BS/MS applicants are encouraged to include a recommendation from a department faculty member willing to advise their graduate research..
  5. Resume.  

Application Deadlines:  

Fall: July 1 and,

Spring: Dec. 1  

Open Window:

Fall and,

Spring

Tuition:  $29,141.00 USD

Application Fee: $60 USD

Duration: 2 years


Study Amenities :


Description :

Ranked by the American Physical Society as one of the top physics master's programs in the U.S., the MS in Physics is designed to:

  1. advance your understanding of the concepts of modern and classical physics
  2. develop your ability to apply these concepts to solve practical problems

We are interested in working with inquisitive and enthusiastic students who plan to pursue:

  1. professional careers in research and teaching
  2. applied areas of industrial research and development

The Physics Department offers a range of graduate courses in:

  1. astrophysics
  2. computational physics
  3. electrodynamics
  4. fluid physics
  5. mathematical physics
  6. nuclear physics
  7. quantum mechanics
  8. relativity

The department also offers courses emphasizing research—including thesis research and independent study in special topics.

You'll be encouraged to participate in faculty research in areas such as theoretical and computational physics—including atomic physics, relativity, high-energy and gravitational physics, and traffic modeling. Most students are supported by teaching or research assistantships.

Under the guidance of a graduate advisor, you will follow a course of study and research that is in harmony with your own background and goals. The size of our program fosters close personal contacts among students and faculty.

School/Admission Requirements:

1.      Statement of purpose: 300 - 600 words. Indicate your graduate study objectives, research interests and experience, and business or industry experience if applicable. If you are applying for a teaching or research assistantship, include any special skills or experience that would assist in assistantship decisions.

2.      Official transcripts: from all post-secondary institutions attended (regardless if a credential is earned or not). Transcripts should show class rank if available. Minimum requirements for admission are a 3.0 GPA (out of 4.0), although other evidence of professional competence can be considered for students who do not meet this criteria

3.      Official GRE score: sent directly from ETS; copies/scans not accepted. Required except by those who are or are about to be graduates of the UMassD College of Engineering.

4.      3 letters of recommendation: from persons in the field of your academic major at the institution most recently attended or from supervisors familiar with your recent job performance. BS/MS applicants are encouraged to include a recommendation from a department faculty member willing to advise their graduate research.

5.      Resume.  

Application Deadlines:  

Fall:March 31*(Closed) and,

Spring: Nov. 15  

Open Window:

Fall (Closed) and,

Spring

Tuition:  $21855.78 USD

Application Fee: $60 USD

Duration: 2 years

 

 

 

 


 

 


 


Study Amenities :


Description :

The Mechanical Engineering Department offers the MS degree in mechanical engineering. Course offerings and faculty interests span the entire range of the mechanical engineering field.

The MS program provides advanced education enabling students to solve complex engineering problems.

The program also offers an option in industrial and systems engineering, in which you will learn the critical tools of optimization, modeling, and quality assurance—allowing you to refine your management skills and support the business objectives of your organization.

Program objectives

Through your master's level studies, you will gain:

  • an advanced level of understanding in the general areas of mechanical engineering
  • depth of knowledge and an understanding of advanced topics in your chosen area of specialization

You will have the ability to:

  • identify and formulate complex engineering problems
  • develop solutions to complex engineering problems
  • communicate technical material effectively both orally and through technical reports and publications

School/Admission Requirements:

  1.  Statement of purpose: 300 - 600 words. Indicate your graduate study objectives, research interests and experience, and business or industry experience if applicable. If you are applying for a teaching or research assistantship, include any special skills or experience that would assist in assistantship decisions.
  2.  Official transcripts: from all post-secondary institutions attended (regardless if a credential is earned or not). Transcripts should show class rank if available. Minimum requirements for admission are a 3.0 GPA (out of 4.0), although other evidence of professional competence can be considered for students who do not meet this criteria
  3.  Official GRE score: sent directly from ETS; copies/scans not accepted. Required except by those who are or are about to be graduates of the UMassD College of Engineering.
  4.  3 letters of recommendation: from persons in the field of your academic major at the institution most recently attended or from supervisors familiar with your recent job performance. BS/MS applicants are encouraged to include a recommendation from a department faculty member willing to advise their graduate research.
  5.  Resume.

Application Deadlines:  

Nov. 15 (Spring) and,

 Feb. 15*(Fall*Closed*)

Open Window:

Fall (Closed)  and,

Spring

Tuition:  $29141 USD

Application Fee: $60 USD

Duration: 2 years


Study Amenities :


Description :

OFFERED AS:GRADUATE

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Advance your career with Charlton’s Master of Science in Accounting (MSA). The MSA offers the professional development that will position you as a leader in the accounting field while maximizing your earnings potential.

If you have your bachelor’s degree in accounting, pursuing the MSA offers the academic preparation and practical skills that will lead to career success.

For non-accounting graduates, the MSA provides the opportunity to transition to rewarding careers in accounting and related professions.

UMass Dartmouth advantages

• Maximum flexibility with online, blended, and face-to-face delivery formats
• Offers three tracks of graduate accounting education for students with different accounting and business backgrounds
• Provides high value and high quality
• Taught by leading scholars supplemented by a cadre of seasoned practitioners
• Opportunities for networking and dialogue with other professionals and faculty

 

School/Admission Requirements:
• Undergraduate degree: Official transcripts from all institutions of higher learning attended

• Official GMAT (or equivalent) test score or GMAT can be waived

• Two letters of recommendation, preferably one from a faculty member and one from an employer

• A personal statement (minimum 300 words) explaining the applicant's career goals and motivation for the degree

• Current Resume

Application Deadlines:  

Fall: July 1 and,

Spring: Dec. 1  

Open Window:

Fall and,

Spring

Tuition:  $21,855.78 USD

Application Fee: $60 USD

Duration: 2 years

 

 


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