Wilson’s master programs are highly affordable and rank under many other schools when it comes to tuition. Financial aid is given to graduate students along with many scholarship opportunities, and students also have the option of having an assistantship, Veterans Administration education benefits, or employer assistance.
Wilson is approved by the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) program, which offers online programs in forty-eight states and Washington D.C. Wilson College offers four categories of Master’s Programs which include: Business, Education, Arts and Humanities, and Nursing. Each area is unique and allows students to find new opportunities and continue their career.
The Business Graduate program includes Master of Accountancy and Master of Healthcare Administration. The Master of Accountancy can be done in one year, and it prepares graduates by teaching students how to have leadership and the latest techniques required in the accounting career.
The Master of Healthcare Administration is for adults that already have three years of leadership experience. Students will select their concentration of financial sustainability or strategic leadership, or they can talk to the director, Carolyn Hart, to develop a concentration that suits that student’s career goals.
The Education Graduate program is provided in 72 counties in the Eastern United States and provides: Master of Education, Master of Educational Technology, Master of Customized Learning, Master of Special Education, and Master in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). If a student is looking to teach in an elementary or secondary school, they will pursue a Master of Education. This program teaches students about leadership and classroom practices and will increase earnings and opportunities for a career.
The Master of Special Education has been ranked number-nine in the most affordable degrees by GradSchoolHub.com and is for students with a bachelor’s degree who are currently teaching in an elementary or secondary school. It enables educators to teach students who have mental or physical disabilities.
The Master of Educational Technology degree allows students to be able to create, design, and develop new technologies for education. The Master of Mass Customized Learning program shows educators how to customize a plan for students that fits their needs. And lastly for Education, the Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) degree is for students who have a bachelor’s degree and want to teach English as a second language to people.
Arts and humanities provides Master of Fine Arts and Master of Humanities. The Master of Fine Arts is for working professionals that want to expand their career and specialize in areas which include: choreography, creative writing, visual arts, and interdisciplinary arts. The program has two consecutive, four-week, summer periods and a home mentor
The Master of Arts and Humanities is a flexible program which engages students to pursue their interests. The program has five areas of specialization: English Language and Literature, arts and cultures, critical/cultural theory, women’s studies, and special concentration.
Finally, Nursing provides Master of Science in Nursing and the RN-to-MSN program. The Master of Science in Nursing offers flexibility and prepares students for a career in nursing administration or nursing education. There are two specializations: leadership and management, and education. The R.N.-to-B.S. N program is a 55-credit degree that gives nurses the option of bypassing a bachelor’s degree to go straight to a master’s degree of Nursing.