Programs

Graduate Programs

Roger Williams University provides a range of programs that offer a deeply enriching education and valuable career opportunities after graduation.

Find Your Program

options for everyone

  • 12
    Master's Programs

    From Architecture to Business Administration to Forensic Psychology, RWU has a range of full-time and part-time master's degree programs to help you reach professional success.

    Find your Master's Degree
  • 4
    Dual Degree Programs

    Take your graduate education even further by combining your master's degree in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, or Preservation Practices with a J.D. from RWU Law.

    Find your Dual Degree
  • 8
    Graduate Certificate Programs

    Strengthen your skills and advance your career with our specialized graduate certificates, many of which can be completed as part of a master's degree program or applied toward earning a degree.

    See our Graduate Certificate Options
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Aligned to the Market

Graduate programs at RWU are designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge, and experience that the market demands. With classes taught by expert faculty and top professionals in the field, you'll be prepared for success whether you choose to pursue work or grow in your career, or pursue further study at the doctoral level. 

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Education where you want it

With classes that are on campus, online, or a little of both, we make our programs accessible to meet your needs.

Marjorie Drew

Historic Preservation on St. Thomas

Marjorie Drew, RWU Class of 2019
Preservation Practices

After 19 years as a respiratory therapist, Marjorie Drew ’19 wanted a change. Graduating with a Master’s of Science in Historic Preservation from RWU, Drew set out in December of 2019 for a new adventure working as a Historic Preservation Specialist for FEMA in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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