Graduate Studies at Monmouth University provides rigorous, relevant post-baccalaureate programs designed to develop the highest degrees of competence, professionalism, and leadership qualities in our students to meet current and future employment needs. Graduate students are engaged in ongoing, creative work and scholarship with our graduate faculty who also serve as advisors and mentors to students.
Learn how the Office of Graduate Studies supports our graduate student community.
The general application deadlines are May 1 for Summer, July 15 for Fall, and December 1 for Spring.
There are program-specific deadlines for Physician Assistant (January 15), Speech-Language Pathology (February 1), Athletic Training (March 15), and Social Work (June 15). These programs enroll one cohort per year.
- All Education Graduate Programs
- Master of Education (M.Ed.)
- Early Childhood Graduate Programs
- Educational Counseling Graduate Programs
- Educational Leadership Graduate Programs
- Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership
- English as a Second Language Graduate Programs
- Literacy (M.S.Ed.)
- Special Education Graduate Programs
- Speech-Language Pathology (M.S.Ed.)
- Teaching – Elementary and Secondary (M.A.T.)
Humanities and Social Sciences
Nursing and Health Studies
At Monmouth University we recognized the value of GAs for educating graduate students as developing professionals in training, for the important roles GAs serve in interacting with, mentoring, inspiring and helping undergraduate students and fellow graduate students, and for providing critical support to graduate faculty.
Graduate Center Delivers Immersive Learning
Our off-campus Graduate Center offers personalized learning experiences for students pursuing degrees in the Addiction Studies, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Physician Assistant and Speech-Language Pathology programs.
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