Graduate Studies

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Are you thinking of pursuing a master’s degree? After receiving your bachelor's degree, continue your education at Johnson & Wales University in one of our professionally focused master’s degree programs. Unlike many other universities' graduate programs, ours are developed with input from industry-leading companies and designed to help you turn theory into practice.

All of our courses are taught by successful working professionals who know what it takes to succeed and who share that insider knowledge with you. They also bring real-world work challenges into the classroom, so you’ll gain both the knowledge and applicable skills that employers are seeking.

Programs and Degrees

Program Campus Availability
General MBA Providence, North Miami, Denver
MBA with concentration in Accounting Providence
MBA with concentration in Finance Providence, North Miami
MBA with concentration in Hospitality Providence, North Miami, Denver
MBA with concentration in Human Resource Management Providence, North Miami, Denver
MBA with concentration in Information Technology Providence
MBA with concentration in Nonprofit Management Providence, Denver
MBA with concentration in Operations and Supply Chain Management Providence, North Miami, Denver
MBA with concentration in Sport Leadership Providence, Denver
One-Year MBA Providence
M.S. degrees in Addiction Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Data Analytics, Finance, Global Tourism and Sustainable Economic Development, Human Resource Management, Information Security/Assurance, Sport Leadership Providence
M.A.T. with concentrations in Culinary Arts, or Teacher Education within the areas of Elementary/Elementary Special Education or Business/Secondary Education Providence

Some programs may require online courses. Refer to the catalog at www.jwu.edu/catalogs for program descriptions, requirements and course listings.

 

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Amanda Crugnale '15
Major: Fashion Merchandising & Retail Marketing
Internship: Chanel

Working at Chanel’s Newbury Street flagship was eye-opening for Amanda: “Chanel’s approach to visual merchandising is incredible. Everything that you see on the runway show is brought to each boutique.”

Gaining firsthand experience at a world-renowned company like Chanel is why Amanda selected JWU’s program: “I don’t feel like an intern — I feel like one of the team, which makes me feel more confident in my decisions.”

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