Since its founding in 1870, St. John’s University has been responding to the educational demands of a growing, diverse marketplace and meeting the ever-changing academic needs of its students while preparing them for rewarding careers.
The graduate schools at St. John’s University in New York City offer more than 60 graduate degree and professional certificate programs in five acclaimed colleges, a School of Law, and an institute dedicated solely to the growing field of biotechnology. Earn your master’s degree, doctoral degree, or professional certificate from St. John’s online, in New York, or in Rome.
In addition to federal and/or institutional sources, graduate students at St. John’s may also apply for the numerous assistantship and fellowship opportunities available on campus.
Founded in 1962, the Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies is a proven force within St. John’s University’s graduate division. Each degree program offers a theoretical understanding of the field along with the skills and competitive edge that come from practical experience.
Graduate professors in the College are scholars and practitioners whose insights and knowledge reflect current industry demands and trends on local, national, and global scales. Graduate studies combine a solid academic foundation in the liberal arts with the real-world, big-city vitality that can only come from New York City.
Career and special opportunities
Internships play a central role in all graduate programs within the Collins College of Professional Studies, as they offer the critical experiential learning opportunities essential to the academic growth of students.
Preparing professionals across evolving industries
The College continues to develop new programs in evolving industries for professionals looking to differentiate their education qualifications and gain a competitive edge in their industry.