For more than 150 years, Niagara University has supported professionals in advancing their careers through a wide array of graduate programs. If you are interested in pursuing new or expanded opportunities, furthering your education as part of an enthusiastic professional learning environment of graduate students and faculty, and becoming more innovative and marketable, you are in the right place.
As you consider applying to graduate school, there are a few questions to think about:
- How can a graduate degree advance your career in terms of additional knowledge, skills and professional opportunities?
- What advantages does graduate school at Niagara University’s College of Education (education, human services and counseling) offer?
- What makes Niagara’s graduate programs unique?
The following pages will provide you with detailed information regarding these questions.
At NU, we focus our attention, expertise and resources on our most important responsibility - our students, their professional success and advancement, and their impact upon our community. I am certain you will find a program and learning format that meets your career objectives and learning needs as we offer traditional face-to-face classes, specialized programs of study and online learning from a distance. With more than 20 graduate and professional programs, NU has numerous opportunities and options for you.
As you prepare to develop new professional skills by obtaining a graduate degree or certificate, our Office of Graduate Education, faculty and professional staff in the College of Education are here to assist you explore the possibilities of graduate and professional study at NU.
DR. CHANDRA FOOTE, DEAN OF NU'S COLLEGE OF EDUCATION