Below is an alphabetic listing of the available UNI Graduate College majors along with their degrees. (Programs designated with ## have been closed by action of the Board of Regents and are not admitting new students). Current students will be able to complete their program. If you click on a major, you will be taken to a page with a short description of that major, phone numbers and addresses of the department that houses that major as well as phone numbers and addresses of the Graduate Coordinator of that major. From that page, you will also have an opportunity (through clickable links) to visit the UNI Catalog description of the major, visit the department world wide web home page (if available) as well as having the opportunity to E-mail the Graduate Coordinator for that specific major. You have access to quite a bit of information through these pages!
Biology (MA) ##
Community Health Education (EdD) - Please see Allied Health, Recreation, and Community Services (EdD)
French (MA) ##
German (MA) ##
Industrial Technology - Please see Technology (MS)
Industrial Technology (DIT) - Please see Technology (DT)
Leisure, Youth and Human Services (EdD) - Please see Allied Health, Recreation, and Community
Mental Health Counseling - Please see Counseling (MA)
Rehabilitation Studies (EdD) - Please see Allied Health, Recreation, and Community Services (EdD)
School Counseling - Please see Counseling (MA)
The university also offers a variety of programs leading to teacher certification, endorsement, and approval. In addition, students may undertake non-degree studies at the graduate level in any of the programs.
For information on teacher licensure and endorsement and advanced studies certificates, please address inquiries to:
Information concerning specific graduate programs may be obtained by writing or calling the appropriate person or department. General information regarding graduate study may be obtained from the Graduate College, (319) 273-2748 or from the Office of the Registrar, 115 Gilchrist, (319) 273-2241.