Master’s Degree Programs
The graduate degree programs offered through the College of Transdisciplinary Studies are for students who are interested in creating an individualized academic program with a strong education foundation, and with applied, experiential training that integrates valued workplace standards, experience, and past academic work. They are designed for students whose academic interests are broad and transdisciplinary and whose career interests require diverse and transdisciplinary exposure.
The degree programs in the College of Transdisciplinary Studies are non-traditional, giving students and their academic advisor the opportunity to create their path. Based on students’ earned graduate credit hours, work experiences, and current interests, students work with an academic advisor to develop a degree plan that fits their career goals.
Four Master's degree programs are offered
- M.S. in Transdisciplinary Sciences and Urbanism
- M.S. in Transdisciplinary Human and Health Sciences
- M.Ed. in Transdisciplinary Educational Leadership Studies
- M.A. in Transdisciplinary Religious Studies and Society
Minimum Admission Criteria
- Students must have successfully completed a bachelor’s level degree
- Students should have earned a minimum of 15 credits of overall graduate coursework
- Students must have a minimum combined GPA of 3.0 for graduate coursework
- Application must be submitted through The Graduate School
- Credit will be given for prior work experience as determined by an evaluation of Prior Learning Assessments up to 6 credit hours
- Students must complete 50% of credits toward graduation at Texas Southern; thus a maximum of 15 credit hours can be transferred in toward completion of degree
- Students must complete 30 credit hours