New Graduate and Professional Programs

Marquette added the following graduate and professional programs in 2017–18. For a full list of graduate and professional programs offered at Marquette, visit the Graduate School Program web page

Certificate Programs


Data Science

The curriculum is designed to connect data analytics and data science skills and knowledge with the needs evident in a host of fields. This certificate program seeks to meet a significant need for data analytics experts, targeting a human-centered approach. 


Master's Programs


Master of Science in Health Care Data Analytics


This online interdisciplinary program combines mathematics, statistics, computer science, ethics, health care environment, regulations, industry, and process improvement.

Master of Science in Psychology, Behavior Analysis Specialization

Program focuses on environmental influences on behavior through intensive coursework, research mentorship, development of an area of specialization, and practicum training scholarly writing and presenting.

Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling Specialization

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin is a major partner with Marquette’s clinical and translational rehabilitation health science program. 

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management


Program equips students with the competencies and tools needed to understand and lead the change in the transition from physical to digital supply chains. Flexible courses are delivered 100% online in conjunction with three four-day residential workshops at the beginning, middle, and end of the program. 


Online Master of Business Administration

Offered through the Graduate School of Management, this online MBA is a 28-month, fully-online, cohort MBA program with students taking two classes per term each fall, spring and summer. The total program is 33-39 credit hours depending upon a student’s undergraduate background. Students with an undergraduate degree in business will take a slightly different path the first two terms. The cohort size is 25 students. Students are required to complete a non-credit, teams-based exercise in semester one to assist the students in forming a virtual team.

Master of Education in STEM

A 14-month accelerated program in STEM teaching designed for students with a bachelor's degree in STEM seeking to earn an initial Wisconsin middle/secondary (early adolescence/adolescence – grades 6-12) teaching license. The Master of Education in STEM program is funded by the National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship. Scholarship and stipend support is available. 


Doctoral Programs


Psychology, Behavior Analysis Specialization

The Ph.D. program focuses on environmental influences on behavior. Through intensive coursework, research mentorship, development of an area of specialization, and practicum training, the goals of this program will be to train behavior analysts to implement state of the art behavior analytic assessments and interventions, consume, evaluate, and translate basic and applied research into effective practice.


The Ph.D. program is designed with interdisciplinary research training and curriculum to prepare students for doctoral level interdisciplinary career opportunities in the growing arena of neuroscience research and industry. The program provides students with research training and didactic coursework that includes a broad foundation in neuroscience that can then be complemented with specialized courses within subfields.