2018-2019 Graduate Catalog


The University responds to community needs with programs of study and courses that offer up-to-date specialized information and skills. At the same time, it maintains a commitment to the intellectual development of its students within a well-defined liberal arts program rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition.

The University offers baccalaureate candidates a choice of majors in the areas of liberal arts, business, and professional studies. Master’s degree programs are offered in the fields of:

  • Accounting (MS)
  • Applied Psychology (MS)
  • Broadcast Journalism and Media (MA)
  • Business Administration (MBA)
  • Chemistry (MS)
  • Clinical Nurse Leader (MSN)
  • Computer Science and Information Technology (MS)
  • Criminal Justice (MA)
  • Cyber Security (MS)
  • Digital Marketing (MS)
  • Exercise Science and Nutrition (MS)
  • Family/Nurse Practitioner (MSN)
  • Film and Television Production (MA) (MFA)
  • Healthcare Informatics (MS)
  • Human Resource Management (MS)
  • Nursing Education (MSN)
  • Occupational Therapy (MS)
  • Patient Care Services Administration (MSN)
  • Public Administration (MPA)
  • Public Health (MPH)
  • Social Work (MSW)
  • Speech-Language Pathology (MS)
  • Sport Communication and Media (MA)
  • Strategic Communications and Public Relations (MA)
  • Teaching (MAT)

Professional certificates (sixth-year degrees) in administration, advanced teaching, and the Connecticut Literacy Specialist are also offered.

A post-master’s professional certificate is also available in Family Nurse Practitioner. Professional doctoral degree programs are offered in Physical Therapy (DPT), Nursing Practice (DNP), and Finance (DBA).