Graduate Programs, Arts & Sciences

Advancing Your Career

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Nonprofit Management

Students enrolled in either the public administration or criminal justice programs can take courses in nonprofit management to develop credentials that will further their careers.

World-class faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and financial aid are just three reasons why Widener’s graduate school programs are so popular.

Students and working professionals come to Widener because we excel at graduate programs that combine challenging and engaging classroom work with hands-on experiential learning.

Our flexible full-time and part-time evening programs at our Main Campus can be combined with some online courses that let you create a schedule that’s just right for you. 

Programs Offered

  • Graduate Certificates: Provides a cost- and time-effective way for busy, working adult students to earn graduate credentials that can help them make a career move or take the next step up in their career ladder

  • Master in Public Administration: Provides education and training for individuals who are in or closely associated with government and public affairs

  • Master in Criminal Justice: Study the nature of crime and delinquency, distinctions between law and criminal justice, organizational behavior, planning and program development, research methodology, and data analysis