By making the decision to embark on graduate study, you’ve decided that your profession is a life’s calling and you want to be the very best at it. Catholic University treasures its graduate students. We were founded in 1887 as the first Catholic graduate research institution in the United States, and we haven’t forgotten our roots.
The School of Architecture and Planning offers several professional and post-professional degree programs for students interested in pursuing architecture at the graduate level, dependent on their level of prior academic background.
The School of Arts and Sciences offers more than 60 master's and doctoral programs in 16 different disciplines, as well as certificate programs and dual-degree programs.
Each of our Busch School of Business master's degree programs in Washington, D.C., teaches career-oriented skills with an emphasis on human dignity, and the positive role of business in society.
As the only Catholic Canon Law program in the United States, students of Catholic University’s School of Canon Law are uniquely prepared for professional practice in dioceses around the world.
Advanced study in one of our 7 master's degree programs or 5 doctoral programs.
Catholic Law is among the best choices you can make if your goal is to graduate with the skills — such as critical legal analysis, legal writing, and effective oral advocacy—that are essential to successful legal practice in the 21st century.
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art offers graduate programs in music and drama.
Graduates of our master’s and doctoral programs have gone on to become leading nurse practitioners and scholars. They include nursing school deans, nurse executives – national and international – and more Army Nurse Corps Chiefs than any other school in the country.
The School of Philosophy offers master’s (or licentiate) and doctoral degrees, and a dual degree in philosophy and law.
With flexible online and on-campus classes, we offers specialized degree programs that focus on particular skills that are in demand by organizations for emergency services, health administration, management, data analytics and social service.
As the top-ranked Catholic school of social work in the nation, we educate undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree candidates in applying the justice and mercy of Catholic Social Doctrine for the betterment of lives across the nation and the world.
With 30 graduate and doctoral degree programs across nine disciplines, there are countless avenues to go deeper in theological knowledge and truth.
If the Catholic intellectual tradition is the heart and soul of this University, research is its blood and bones. We offer 29 research facilities and immeasurable opportunities.Rankings and Recognitions
Innovative programs and a beautiful, green campus are just the beginning of Catholic University's national leadership, as reflected in an array of rankings, recognitions, and other honors.Costs
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