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Graduate Programs of Study

Monmouth University offers more than 20 different degree programs, many with specialized tracks or areas of emphasis. Graduate courses are offered at our main campus and at the Monmouth University Graduate Center in West Long Branch, NJ.

Leon Hess Business School

The Leon Hess Business School at Monmouth offers core and advanced courses in key business disciplines such as accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management and business law. Particular emphasis is placed on international, ethical and technological application of key business principles.

Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences

With programs covering various fields of study, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences empowers graduate students to deepen their expertise in anthropology, communication, criminal justice, English, history, professional counseling, and more.

Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies

Through graduate degree programs and a post-graduate doctoral degree, the School of Nursing and Health Studies is committed to advancing the professional nursing roles of educator, administrator and practitioner. We provide students with a broad knowledge base along with specializations to develop proficiency necessary for advanced nursing, and to realize their full leadership potential.

School of Science

Our School of Science graduate programs focus on preparing students for careers in Computer Science, Software Engineering and Information Systems. Program curricula is specifically focused on enhancing student versatility and capability for employment advancement across multiple disciplines and career paths.

School of Social Work

The master program in the School of Social Work at Monmouth University is specifically human rights based, grounding students with a deep understanding of human diversity and society. We thoroughly prepare students for careers as dedicated social workers who strive toward improving the lives of vulnerable individuals, families, and communities — locally, nationally, and globally.