Surrounded by green spaces and wooded trails, the University of Hartford’s 350-acre campus is located in the charming town of West Hartford. We’re conveniently situated just minutes from Connecticut’s capital city of Hartford and only two hours from the major US metropolises of New York City and Boston. We’ve developed relationships with area leaders in the nonprofit, public business, and arts communities, allowing our students to utilize an array of opportunities for academic support and career advancement.
The University of Hartford has a dedicated community of nearly 2,000 graduate students across six different schools and colleges. This creates a distinctive educational experience and makes for one of the most diverse student bodies in New England. In addition, our students have access to an expansive network of more than 88,000 alumni worldwide to provide assistance along their professional paths.
Our 60+ graduate degree programs have been designed to prepare students for success in an ever-changing and increasingly competitive global society. Graduate students at the University of Hartford pursue advanced degrees in Architecture, Art, Business, Communication, Education, Engineering, Music, Neuroscience, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Prosthetics & Orthotics, and Psychology. These programs include full-time, part-time, and 100% online options.
Whether you’re currently working in your chosen profession or continuing your college experience immediately after receiving your bachelor’s degree, the decision to attend a postgraduate program is often the next step in your journey, and we’re here to guide our students every step of the way. Through a unique curriculum, passionate faculty, and professionally focused learning, students leave UHart with the tools they need to be successful.
We invite you to visit and explore hartford.edu/graduate for more information on graduate studies at the University of Hartford.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY...
“UHart instilled in me a purpose: to go into the workforce as a school psychologist and work toward making a difference in my community and the lives of children. For that, I’ll always be grateful.”
— Amanda Gonzalez; BA in Psychology, MS in School Psychology, 6th-year certificate
“The Barney School of Business has helped not only shape my path in being career ready but also helped me grow as a person.”
— Brielle Tolli ’21, ’22
“UHart provided me with the skills required to be successful in architecture. What I found different in the Architecture program at UHart versus other schools was its strong presence of engineering.”
— Andrew Petersen ’20, ’21; Architecture
“The Hartt Suzuki Pedagogy master’s degree is one of the top programs in the country. I’m so glad I had the opportunity to study with the wonderful teacher trainers at the school.”
— Amanda Milne, Violin Performance with emphasis in Suzuki Pedagogy