Prospective & Future Students
Graduate Degree Programs and Certificates
Explore graduate degree programs and certificates. Graduate programs do not include the College of Law or professional programs in the College of Medicine (Medical Doctorate) or the College of Pharmacy (Pharmacy Doctorate).
Policies for all Graduate Students
Graduate Education at UC
The College of Nursing offers a variety of post-master’s certificates, which allows students to augment their master’s degree with an additional nursing specialty area. The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner certificate prepares students to provide primary health care to children from birth through 21 years of age.
The MHR program prepares students for professional HR positions in all sectors of the economy. Students gain practical experience through internships and field research projects, and graduates are well prepared for the challenges of the workplace or further academic study.
The Department of Chemistry offers courses of study leading to a master's or doctoral degree with opportunities for research in all major sub-disciplines. The department's 4:1 student-to-faculty ratio assures students of individual guidance, yet the total size of the department provides excellent research facilities, as well as opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary study.