In a hyper-competitive global marketplace, our master's, doctoral, dual degree, and certificate programs can prepare you to be a leader in your field, blazing pathways and shaping your industry as an entrepreneur and innovator.
Whether you want to start or change your career, move up, or break through, you can unlock your future at Widener.
It's simple. We believe in a Widener education. That's why we've made the admissions and financial aid processes as easy as possible, so you feel confident and ready as you take the next steps toward starting your graduate studies experience.
Your path to a powerful career continues here.
How to Apply
Ready to join a leading university dedicated to your success? Applying online has never been easier. Explore our application procedures and requirements.
Tuition & Aid
A Widener education is one of the smartest investments you can make for your future because the value far exceeds the cost. As a private institution, we’re able to provide scholarships and grants that help make affording an exceptional education possible.
Explore Widener's Campus
The best way to get to know Widener University and everything our Philadelphia-area campus has to offer is by visiting us in person. To visit campus is, more often than not, to fall in love with the place.
Get to Know Widener
Payscale ranks Widener in the top 18% nationwide with an alumni mid-career salary of $101,100.
50+ Graduate & Professional Programs
offered across various disciplines.
Widener faculty have received more than one million dollars in grant funding for breakthrough research.
3,200+ Grad Students
That's roughly half our student body.
of Full-time Grad Students Receive Aid
A Diverse Campus
You'll be welcomed into a community that hails from 49 states and 22 countries.
Ranked as a top school for health care management in Pennsylvania.
Top Tier University
Nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report
Best in the Mid-Atlantic
Widener ranked among the 2020 Best Mid-Atlantic Colleges & Universities.
We're ranked among the 10 best colleges in the country for engineering.
Pennsylvania college for social work