Graduate Programs

An academic staff and facilities support the Stratford graduate programs. Research-driven academic projects are central to the educational structure. Projects may include computer networking, satellite system design, signal processing, microelectronics, website design, database design, business plans, and venture capital proposals. Students and faculty pursue scholarly work related to the disciplines addressed in these programs. Facilities are in place to utilize the latest technology for teaching, research, and other scholarly activities. Graduates are qualified for a number of high-level technical and management positions in industry and government.

Cooperative Education Option

Students may benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. Cooperative education is a pass/fail course and may be repeated multiple times. This is available through any graduate program.

CIS 599, EBM 599, HCA 599.