Graduate Programs

Gonzaga University offers graduate degree programs in the following academic areas:

College of Arts and Sciences
  • Master of Arts in Philosophy
  • Master of Arts Religious Studies
School of Business Administration
  • Master of Accountancy
  • Master of Accountancy/Juris Doctor
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management
  • Master of Business Administration/Bachelor of Science in Engineering
  • Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor
School of Education
  • Master of Anesthesiology Education
  • Master of Arts in Community Counseling
  • Master of Arts in Leadership and Administration - Washington State
  • Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Master of Arts in School Counseling
  • Master of Arts in Sports and Athletic Administration
  • Master of Counselling (site based)
  • Master of Education in Leadership and Administration - British Columbia, Canada
  • Master of Education (School Administration) - Alberta, Canada
  • Master of Education in Literacy
  • Master of Education in Special Education
  • Master of Initial Teaching
  • Master of Initial Teaching, Special Education
School of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Certificate in Transmission and Distribution Engineering
School of Nursing and Human Physiology
  • Master of Science of Nursing
  • Doctor of Nurse Practice
School of Professional Studies
  • Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership
  • Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership Studies
  • English Language Center
  • Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language
The Center for Global Engagement
  • Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language

Although graduate study involves a quantitative extension of knowledge, it is not a mere continuation of undergraduate or professional training. Intellectual achievement at the graduate level is different in kind, for the graduate student is expected to deepen and master knowledge by a personal and independent grasp of it in its sources and evidence, in its basic meanings and interrelationships.

In addition to offering the previously noted graduate degrees, the Academic Vice President may periodically approve a new or interdisciplinary graduate degree within an academic specialty. For detailed information on any graduate program, such as curriculum, tuition and admission procedures, students should consult the graduate catalogue and contact the academic area responsible for that specific graduate program.