Whether you are preparing to enter the work force, boost your current career or make a change, Thomas College Graduate & Professional Studies offers flexible and innovative master’s degrees in varied fields including cybersecurity, criminology, education, business, and accounting.
Thomas College does graduate school differently. We start with an experienced faculty and staff who provide the support, attention and innovative curriculum and future-focused skills you need to go far. Every program we offer ensures that alumni are prepared and career-ready for positions in exciting fields.
A graduate degree or certificate of advanced study from Thomas College sets you apart: our students see a real impact from their investment. What’s more, our Career & Professional Development office is available to help you on your career path for the rest of your professional life.
When it’s time for you to invest in your career, Thomas College is here for you. Earn your degree in a close-knit community where you will be valued and encouraged. It’s an environment in which you can bring your promising future within reach. Guaranteed.
With the exception of our on-campus options for Business Administration (MBA) and Accounting (MBA), all Graduate and Professional Studies programs are offered online.
“I am proud of the confidence and knowledge that the program has given me. I come to work knowing that I bring a significant amount of value and talent with me. My employer knows it, too. I am not just proud of the accomplishment that is achieving an MBA, but I am proud of what my new knowledge, skills, and increased earning potential have contributed to my family, my employer, and my community.”– Simon West MBA ’21, Director of Finance and Human Resources, Maine State Chamber of Commerce.
“The MS in Criminology provides students a well-rounded program that will help with career progression and could open additional opportunities as well. Thomas College also offers certificate programs and the ability to obtain certifications which can be beneficial.”– Matthew Kennedy MS ’21, Probation & Patrol Officer