Master's Degree Programs

A master's degree is a course of study on a specific subject that usually takes 1-3 years to complete. A bachelor's degree is required and there are some joint bachelor's degree/master's degree programs where both a bachelor's and master's degree are awarded upon completion of the curriculum, usually taking 4-5 years.

A master's degree can result in significant career opportunities and positions of great responsibility. With a master's degree, one can go on to pursue a doctoral degree. Master's degrees are available in most fields and consist of a mix of classes and research. A dissertation or thesis is often required to graduate.

Schools offering  Master's Degree Programs

  • Keiser University

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Joint Master of Science in Education and Master of Business Administration
    • Master of Accountancy with a concentration in General Accounting
    • Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (Online Only)
  • Central Penn College

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Organizational Leadership - Financial Analysis
    • Organizational Leadership - Organizational Development
  • New England Institute of Technology (NEIT)

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Public Health
  • University of the Southwest

    Sample Programs Offered
    • MBA - HR Management
    • MBA - Public Administration
    • MSEd: Mental Health Counseling
  • Wilkes University

    Sample Programs Offered
    • M.S. with Major in Nursing - Nurse Executive Minor
    • M.S. with Major in Nursing - Nursing Education Minor
    • M.S. with Major in Nursing - Nursing Informatics
  • UMassOnline

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Concurrent Dietetic Internship/Online Master of Public Health in Nutrition Program (DI/MPH-N)
    • Engineering Management Master’s Degree
    • Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics - UMass Amherst