Graduate Studies

Towson’s graduate programs prepare ethically and globally minded professionals to be leaders in their fields. Through innovative and transformative educational practices, the programs facilitate graduate students’ ability to think critically, generate creative solutions to societal issues, and engage in ongoing process of self- guided learning and discovery in their fields of study. Whether leading to career advancement or in preparation for advanced studies, the curricular structure of the programs are designed satisfy professional and personal needs of students and fulfill the demand for advanced education in the professions. Programs are offered at times convenient to employed students. Students also take advantage of graduate offerings without enrolling in degree programs. Two doctor of science, one doctor of education, and one clinical doctorate, a Ph.D., 45 master’s degree programs and 29 certificates are available in the areas of business, education, liberal arts, fine arts, health professions, math, science and technology.

The graduate faculty includes recognized scholars and practitioners in many fields who are committed to excellence in teaching in a scholarly environment. The classroom, library, clinical and faculty assets of the graduate programs are supplemented by a community rich in cultural, artistic, social, technological and scientific resources. The team of administrators and staff of the Office of Graduate Studies is committed to providing outstanding service and premier quality ­education to all the students it serves.

Janet V. DeLany, Dean

Graduate Studies Office 

209 Psychology Building, 410-704-2078

University Admissions Office 

7800 York Road, Suite 216, 410-704-2501

http://grad.towson.edu