Graduate Admissions

Whether you’re switching careers or climbing the ladder, our programs and courses get you where you want to go. With 70+ graduate programs and certificates to choose from, we make it easy to amplify your skills and knowledge in your chosen field—or expand your horizons and head in a new direction. At Manhattanville, you also get the flexibility to earn your degree in a way that works for you: we offer weekend, evening, and summer classes plus accelerated degree tracks. Ranked #1 among private, nonprofit colleges for Social Mobility by U.S. News and World Report, Manhattanville College is the place to be to make your next move.

Why Choose Manhattanville for Graduate School?


Courses and programs are informed by the latest theoretical and practical considerations across all fields.

Personalized guidance provides a roadmap for your professional advancement.

Manhattanville's proximity to New York City attracts instructors who are leaders in their industry.

Programs are designed with your work and life demands in mind. Weekend, evening, and summer classes are the norm.

Those with master's degrees earn $1.3 million more over their lifetime than those with high school diplomas. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau 2014)

Connected faculty and classmates introduce you to important professional networks.

Manhattanville’s Center for Career Development offers lifetime career services for graduate students.


School of Arts and Sciences

Write the next great American novel, launch the next big business, or study the next biomedical breakthrough—more than 90% of our science labs are less than 10 years old!—with our wide range of arts and sciences graduate degrees, certificates, and professional development programs.


School of Education

Our School of Education offers the highest number of programs in the region, with specialties in childhood education, applied behavior analysis, literacy, special education, and more.


School of Nursing/Health Sciences

Fast-track your medical career and help advance our region’s top-notch healthcare industry with a graduate degree from our School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Our fully accredited nursing program has an NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) pass rate of 100%.

Non-Degree Seeking Students

Non-matriculated classes allow you to take courses but do not fulfill any degree or certification program requirements. If you enroll into a degree or certificate program at a later date, you may be able to apply some or all of your non-matriculated credits to that program. To review course schedules, please click here

Non-Matriculated Admissions