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Master's Degrees

Designed for anyone who currently holds a bachelor's degree, a master's degree is an excellent way to advance your career. In fact, graduates with advanced degrees often find themselves with better job prospects and can earn up to $240,000 more over the span of their career than those with undergraduate degrees. Thinking about a career change? Earning a master's degree will expand your knowledge into a new field and prepare you to enter a new career.

Browse the categories below to find the master's degree program that's right for you.

Area of Study Degree College/
Social Sciences Master of Science in Administration of Human Services

The M.S. Degree in Administration of Human Services is designed for individuals seeking leadership roles as administrators or directors in the field of human services. Students who graduate from the program will have solid grounding in the knowledge, values, and skills appropriate for a broad range of health and human service agencies. The program encourages critical and creative thinking skills, which will enable the graduate to effectively bring about positive change in organizations. The M.S. Degree in Administration of Human Services combines courses in management, public policy, and social issues to prepare adults for supervisory and leadership positions. With an emphasis on social change and diversity, the degree provides a comprehensive knowledge base of organizations, the philosophy and structure behind them, and the specialized services they provide.

Chestnut Hill College

Catherine Kushnerick
Off-Site Coordinator

West Campus
Health Sciences Master of Science Degree in Nursing

The MSN program is designed to prepare professional nurses as leaders in administration and education in a variety of organizations. BSN prepared nurses and RNs with a non-nursing Bachelor’s degree are eligible to apply. Students may choose to pursue a concentration in nursing education or nursing administration.

Immaculata University

Mark Hammons
Associate Director of Special Programs

Central Campus