Graduate

Individualized, Practical Education

A Wilson College graduate degree builds on your undergraduate education, as well as knowledge you’ve gained through work and life experience, and prepares you for your next career move. Roll up your sleeves and plan your future.

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Individualized, Practical Education

Our rigorous, flexible graduate programs are suitable for choreographers or accountants, nurses or executives. Find the fit you need to advance the life you have now.

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Affordable Programs

Wilson’s graduate programs offer great value for students, with tuition rates that are lower than many competitive programs.

Flexible Options

We know that continuing your education requires a balancing act. That’s why we offer part-time, evening and online classes. Attend full time or go at a pace that works with the rest of your life.

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A Wilson counselor may soon be visiting an area near you. Take the next step and connect with a graduate admissions professional to discuss your educational goals.

The graduate faculty at Wilson is very supportive. While working on my thesis, Professors Raulli and McMenamin have supported me at every step. And not just with my questions, but whenever I hit a roadblock, they were there for me. Throughout the entire research and writing process, they have treated me like a colleague, which has been such a great learning experience.
Marybeth Richards, Master of Arts in Humanities
I’ve completed other online graduate programs, and I always felt disconnected. I never felt that way at Wilson. During my time in the program, there was always a faculty member I could turn to for help. We were always connected and supported.
Anita Williams, MFA
For educators looking for balance in a graduate program, Wilson’s M.Ed. program gave me the flexibility I needed to be successful as a teacher, a parent and a student. While the program was rigorous, I never felt unsupported by faculty.
Kyle Dingle, Master of Education

Graduate News & Events

Catch up with Wilson’s latest news, upcoming events and faculty and student accomplishments.
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“Voices from the Wine Dark Sea,” an exhibition at the Hankey Center, showcases the diversity of perspectives in the ancient world ringing the Mediterranean Sea. On show are artifacts from the Wilson College Antiquities Collection accompanied by prima...
CWC 2022
Open to aspiring or established writers If you’re 14 years or older and interested in creative writing, you’re invited to our 2022 Creative Writing Colloquium on Saturday, March 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Brooks Science Center auditorium. You c...
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The Class of 1955 Spring Research Stipend has been awarded to Joshua Legg, MFA, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and MFA Program Director. The $2,000 stipend will help fund a catalog for two upcoming exhibitions curated by Legg at Wilson’s Cooley G...