New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
The analysis of big data in biological sciences can be applied to answer a wide variety of scientific questions. In this program, you’ll learn how to manipulate big data, including the management and analysis of it, using statistical and computational toolsets. In addition to learning to work with big data, you’ll also be taught about efficient storage and access to it, making this program unique from other data science master’s programs.
A social justice and human rights degree is an interdisciplinary program that prepares you to effectively advocate for rights and equality in local, national and global contexts. The degree draws from a variety of social science disciplines including politics, sociology, history, anthropology and linguistics. All of these approaches come together in the degree to thoroughly examine pressing issues related to racial justice, immigration, feminism, refugee rights and more from a variety of perspectives.
Forensic science degrees focus on applying scientific methods to matters of law. In a forensic science degree, you’ll explore the investigative and scientific principles behind interpreting crime scenes and examining different types of evidence. The degree will equip you with the intricate analytical skills required to pursue jobs related to forensic investigations.
In today’s technology-driven world, there’s a demand for people who have a grounding in the theories and practices of social data science. This knowledge can drive the effective and ethical use of data in social and organizational contexts. The master's program in social technologies prepares a new kind of scholar and practitioner. You'll learn how to critically examine the flows of data in society and use data analytics to glean insights, solve problems or influence social processes.
Interdisciplinary art synergizes multiple disciplines such as digital media, performance and visual art to create artworks. With interdisciplinary arts and performance, artists create new ways to express, perform and experience.
The forensic science master’s program allows professionals working in forensic science, law enforcement, medical and legal professions to elevate their careers in management and research. Through this program, you’ll build the talents needed to effectively work with regulatory bodies that provide the framework for oversight in forensic laboratories, consistent with the guiding principles of the National Professional Science Master’s Association (NPSMA).
As a student earning a Master of Arts in social justice and human rights, you’ll learn key issues, theories and applied practices related to areas like global justice and humanitarianism. You’ll also address how intersecting dimensions of social identity influence human rights, including gender, race, ethnicity, class, sexuality and nationality.
Forensic psychology explores the relationship between psychology and the law. That includes corrections, courts, criminal behavior, diagnosis, treatment and much more. As a forensic psychologist, you may help determine the mental state of criminal defendants. You could also work in other parts of the justice system, including law enforcement or corrections. If you have a career in these fields, or in investigations or mental health, you can build valuable and directly relevant knowledge through this online forensic psychology degree concentration.