Part-Time Master's Degree Programs
Working adults, parents, and others who need flexibility may want to consider earning a master's degree as a part-time students. Most of the master's degrees in the Educational Studies Program and in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education can be completed part-time.
- Evening, summer and weekend schedules allow full-time teachers to complete a Master in Arts program in two or three years.
- Scholarships and need-based financial aid packages are available.
- Each graduate student is paired one-on-one with a faculty advisor.
- Programs are flexible and tailored to student needs.
To learn more, find the program or programs that interest you and email the contact(s) explaining your interest in enrolling as a part-time student.