ACADEMICS

  • Graduate School

    The Graduate School at Worcester State University offers exceptional programs designed to help students achieve their professional goals while balancing the realities of work, life, and finances.

    Ranked a “Best Value” university by The Princeton Review, Worcester State provides an affordable pathway to advanced knowledge, leadership development, and career advancement.

    Our collaborations with partners in education, health care, business, and the government and nonprofit sectors provide competitive advantages for our students, who have ready access to internships, applied research, and other hands-on opportunities within the greater Worcester community.

    The Graduate School began offering advanced degrees in 1974 and has since earned a reputation for academic excellence in traditional and emerging fields of study.

    • 31 graduate-level programs including master’s degrees and certificates of advanced graduate study
    • Small classes taught by an outstanding, dedicated faculty
    • Outstanding facilities and resources of a first-class liberal arts and sciences university
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    1974
    The year WSU launched the Graduate School.
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    86
    Speech-Language
    Pathology Students
    WSU's most popular graduate
    degree program.
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    4
    Academic Semesters
    fall, winter, spring, and summer classes
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    792
    Graduate Students
    enrolled in 31 graduate programs
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    31
    Graduate Degrees
    M.S., M.A., M.Ed., and Ed.S. programs
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    192
    Master's Degrees
    awarded by WSU in 2015
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    113
    Post-Baccalaureate Certificates
    awarded by WSU in 2015