Bachelors to Masters Accelerated Degree Programs
Certificate and Non-Degree Programs
Graduate and Certificate Programs
Mills offers graduate degrees and certificates in the programs listed below; it also recommends qualified students for teaching credentials in California. Contact Graduate Admission for detailed information on admission requirements, fees, application deadlines, and specific courses.
Residence Facilities for Graduate Students
Graduate women have the option of living in any upper-class residence hall, Ross House, or the Courtyard Townhouses. Graduate men will only be assigned to the Courtyard Townhouses and Ege Hall. Graduate students with children may apply for the Underwood Apartments.
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Master of Arts
Dance: with emphasis in dance history and criticism
Education: with Master’s programs in Teacher Education, Early Childhood Education, and Educational Leadership, and an EdD program in Educational Leadership.
English and American Literature
Infant Mental Health
Integrated BA/MA Program in Mathematics
Interdisciplinary Computer Science: with emphasis in a chosen liberal arts discipline—linguistics, music, etc. (See Mathematics and Computer Science)
Music: with emphasis in composition
Master of Business Administration
MBA/MA in Educational Leadership
MBA/MPP joint Master's in Business Administration and Public Policy
Master of Public Policy
Master of Fine Arts
Art (Studio): with emphasis in ceramics, painting, photography, sculpture (includes installation), or intermedia (electronic arts and video arts)
Book Art and Creative Writing
Creative Writing: poetry
Creative Writing: fiction or creative non-fiction
Music: Performance and literature
Music: Electronic music and recording media
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Certificate
Post-baccalaureate in computer science offers courses of study tailored to individual needs and prepare students to enter careers in the computing field or to gain admission to, and succeed in, strong graduate schools of computer science.
Post-baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program offers undergraduate courses in an encouraging and supportive setting to women and men with the BA or BS degree who lack the science background needed to pursue graduate studies and careers in the health sciences.
Second baccalaureate degrees: Students who hold the bachelor of arts degree and wish to enroll for additional undergraduate courses may be admitted either as candidates for a second bachelor's degree or as special graduate students (see below). Individuals pursuing a second undergraduate degree are not eligible for scholarship/grant assistance, but they may apply for Federal Stafford Loans. Information and application forms are available at the M Center or by calling 510.430.2000.
Special graduate students may take Mills courses in the graduate or undergraduate curriculum on a space-available basis, with departmental approval, and must complete the application process outlined in the Graduate Catalog. Students can be considered non-matriculated "special" graduate students for up to two semesters. Special graduate students are not eligible for Federal Stafford Loans.
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