Towson University graduate students get real-world experience through internships, collaboration with professionals and hands-on research. They're working in their fields before they receive their diplomas. And they're impacting lives, cities and nations every day.
Towson is focused on providing graduate students with
real-world experiences and research opportunities
that benefit local, state and regional communities
and promote scholarly growth. Students enjoy small
classes and an accessible faculty, as well as a full
range of academic and career advising services.
We introduced our first graduate degree program in 1958. Since then, we've grown to offer more than 70 graduate degrees and certificate programs, helping more than 4,000 students stay ahead of change and in top demand.
Contact Graduate Admissions for more information.