"Employers expect graduate education because they can, and academic bona fides help them narrow an ever-growing pool of applicants. The degrees also raise the level of organizational expertise necessary in a global marketplace." — The Washington Post, 2 February 2012.
Is this your year to get THAT GRADUATE DEGREE? Then let's get started.
Because our graduate degree programs span the breadth of our schools and departments, there are many options. For example, master degrees in criminal justice, liberal studies, and public administration can be earned part-time; dual and joint programs are offered between and across academic disciplines. A variety of graduate certificate programs are also offered. Therefore, admission requirements vary.
If you would like to visit our campus, we'll be glad to arrange a tour for you. If those options don't fit into your schedule, come meet us at an open house.
Graduate Student Housing
Widener offers a limited number of university-owned housing options for graduate students in our full-time programs (Clinical Psychology, Physical Therapy, Human Sexuality, and Social Work). Contact Pam Millio at 610-499-4156 for more information.
Apartments are also available in The Hub at Widener.