An undergraduate degree is important but earning a graduate degree at St. Francis College can be a life- and career-changing decision. Our programs position you to make great strides whether you're coming right out of college or looking to advance in your current career.
MS in Accounting
The two-year Master of Science degree in Professional Accountancy is designed for anyone looking for a mid-career change or just looking to increase understanding of business practices from an accountant's perspective. The program offers a mix of accounting theory and reporting, taxation, managerial accounting, ethics, systems, and auditing. Check out the MS in Accounting program.
MFA in Creative Writing
The MFA program offers separate genre tracks in Fiction, Popular Fiction, Poetry, and Dramatic Screenwriting/Playwriting. Aspiring writers learn how to be productive in their everyday lives with editorial feedback and contact, without giving up their day jobs. Unlike traditional MFA programs that demand a full-time commitment, our low-residency model represents the working life of the overwhelming majority of professionals in the field. Take a look at what our MFA in Creative Writing has to offer.
MS in Management
The MS in Management is designed for the convenience of working professionals and recent graduates. With an emphasis on business strategy, decision-making, leadership, and change management, the program will engage students in the exploration of trends and current challenges in business management or health care management while building and strengthening their own professional networks. Take a look at what the MS in Management has to offer.
MA in Psychology
An MA in Psychology will prepare students for careers in the human services field, in the traditions of St. Francis College, or for further advanced study in psychology. The program includes foundation courses such as assessment and intervention, professional and ethical procedures, experimental design, diversity and cognitive neuroscience.
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Plan a Visit
We encourage you to come visit our campus to learn more about our graduate programs. Contact one of our Graduate Admissions Counselors by calling 718.489.5200 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.