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Immaculata University’s College of Graduate Studies provides a career-focused curriculum taught by an experienced, practice-based faculty.
You will enjoy the benefits of small class sizes and opportunities for personal and professional growth through teaching-learning relationships, research, and service.
Our graduate faculty serve as both scholars and practitioners in their fields who will help ground you in theoretical knowledge, guide you as you gain experiential understanding, and support you as you advance in your career path.
Our educational philosophy focuses on:
- Socializing students into their professions
- Respect for diversity
- Cross-disciplinary interaction to create an intellectually stimulating environment
Professional Development Opportunities
As an Immaculata graduate student, you will have valuable opportunities to establish a professional network and participate in faculty-mentored research projects. You can take advantage of campus services such as career development, the writing center, academic advising, and academic accommodations.
Immaculata University’s beautiful 375-acre campus is located in scenic Chester County, PA, with plenty of cultural and professional development opportunities, along with access to Philadelphia’s wealth of resources.
Degrees and Programs
Starting with three master’s programs in 1983 and two doctoral programs in 1991, Immaculata’s College of Graduate Studies now offers more than 20 programs in the fields of business, health care, education, and psychology. The University is currently accredited by the Commission of Higher Education Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Flexible Course Delivery
Classes are available in various formats to accommodate working professionals. Face-to-face classes meet in the late afternoon and evening, and some courses are available in hybrid or fully online formats. Select graduate programs are offered in a cohort-based model at various off-campus locations in the tristate area.
You can request information about a program below, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 484-323-3005 to speak with an admission counselor.