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Learn more about University of New Haven Graduate Programs

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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

The graduate program in the College of Arts and Sciences at UNH have two missions: to foster the intellectual development and sense of fulfillment in our students and also to give them the tools they need to be leaders in the real world. Therefore, our curricula are specifically designed to launch you directly into a career, further a career already begun, or else prepare you to go higher in academia. Click here to learn more about the University of New Haven graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences. 


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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

The University of New Haven has been a regional leader in providing career-oriented, contemporary business education since 1920. The College of Business is committed to providing graduate students with skills they can use in a competitive, international marketplace. Our business programs are designed for both working adults and traditional full-time students and are offered in different formats to be the most compatible with our students' unique lifestyles, allowing them to complete their master's degree without sacrificing quality. Click here to learn more about the University of New Haven graduate program in the College of Business. 

UNH engineering students in an industrial plant gaining hands on experience

TAGLIATELA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

At its core, the Tagliatela College aims to deliver education that appropriately balances hands-on education with a strong theoretical background, enabling students to be successful in professional practice. Interdisciplinary coursework combined with internships in the field, extracurricular opportunities, and research enable our graduates to be a step ahead of the competition in today's crowded job market. Click here to learn more about the University of New Haven graduate programs in the Tagliatela College of Engineering. 
 

UNH forensic students learning from a faculty member about crime scene analyzation

henry c. lee college of criminal justice and forensic science

Founded in the late 1950's as one of the first academic programs in Criminal Justice in the United States, the College now supports specialized master's programs in criminal justice, forensic science, fire science, national security, and emergency management. The college also offers a Ph.D. program in criminal justice as well as a number of concentrated graduate certificate programs. Click here for more information about the University of New Haven graduate programs in the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science.