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Discover the quality, flexibility and convenience of UMass Lowell's graduate programs

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09/15/2017

You’re motivated. You’re ready. You want to build the skills and gain the knowledge you need to advance your career. 

UMass Lowell has you covered. There are 36 doctoral degrees, 42 master’s programs and more than 70 graduate certificates taught by award-winning faculty. Our graduates are prepared to take on some of the biggest challenges facing their industries – and the world. Our programs are flexible and accessible. Study on campus, online or blend the two.

Join us for Open House and learn more about our graduate programs, meet our faculty and talk to other students and alumni. You can even attend a session on developing your personal brand held by one of our expert marketing professors and have a free headshot taken for your Linkedin profile.


Our graduate students have great stories to tell. Here are a few:

  • Kelechi Adejumo

    Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology

    Kelechi Adejumo is looking for ways to improve health in the workplace and at home, combining her scholarly research into musculoskeletal injuries to nursing aides and her hands-on work for the Healthy Homes project.

  • Rimonda Maroun

    Criminal Justice & Criminology

    Rimonda Maroun is doubling up on research and teaching experience as she pursues her Ph.D. in criminology and criminal justice.

  • Dic Donohue

    Criminal Justice & Criminology

    Retired MBTA Transit Police Sgt. Dic Donohue finished his master’s degree in 2012. Less than a year later, he was shot during a police firefight with the Boston Marathon bombers. Now he’s pursuing a Ph.D. in criminology and researching the effectiveness of police training methods.

  • Mindasari Daniar

    Nutritional Sciences & Public Health

    Mindasari Daniar's upbringing in Indonesia inspired her to study nutrition. She now works at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and is pursing her Master of Public Health degree.