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Graduate & Professional Studies Department

Overview

We recognize the benefits and rewards of earning a graduate degree and we also recognize the time commitment our students devote to their programs. At McDaniel College, we welcome students of all ages, interests, and professions, as we know they will bring enrichment to their classrooms. Whether face-to-face over a full fifteen-week semester, virtually through an abbreviated eight-week semester, or off-campus through an education cohort in conjunction with an area school district, there are a variety of course delivery modes to make earning a degree flexible.

Graduate students will have the benefit of an assigned advisor to help walk them through their course selections to ensure they receive the full value of their graduate certificate or master’s degree. Each program offers a culminating experience through either a capstone, thesis, final project, or internship allowing students to gain first-hand experience within their respective industries.

We invite you to explore our graduate certificate and master’s degree offerings and to see how you can advance your career with a degree from McDaniel College.

*These programs in Graduate and Professional Studies were reviewed and accredited by the NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teachers) in 2017. McDaniel College will be reviewed by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) in the next cycle of accreditation in 2024.

Vickie Mazer, Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies

Vickie Mazer joins McDaniel as Dean of Graduate and Professional Studies

Vickie Mazer has joined McDaniel College as the new dean of Graduate and Professional Studies. At McDaniel, she is responsible for providing leadership and support of the college’s more than 20 master’s degree and certificate programs. Many of McDaniel’s graduate programs can be completed online or in blended format of online and in-person.

Connect With Us

Graduate and Professional Studies

Phone: 410-857-2500

Office: Merritt Hall, 2nd floor