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Earning your master's degree is a great way to deepen your knowledge, widen your career options, and further your professional development.
Elmira offers advanced degrees that deliver. Whether you're ready to launch into a full-time course load or keep a part-time schedule, we are here to take the next step with you and advance your career through a graduate degree. Earning your master's degree can deepen your knowledge and skills, widen your career options, increase your earning potential, and further your professional development. Elmira College offers rigorous graduate programs with a deep focus on Business and Education. Our graduate programs move with your life, giving you the flexibility to succeed.
Earn your MSEd degree in as little as 12 months. Our Master of Science in Education (MSEd) programs offer flexible online courses to balance work, life, and academics. With three specialized tracks to choose from (Adolescence Education, Literacy, and General Education), there is a program to fit your career goals. The programs consist of 10 to 12 courses, totaling 30 to 36 semester credits.
Get ahead or launch your management career with Elmira College’s Master of Science (MS) in General Management. The program is designed around performance-based experiences that will build real-world skills and knowledge to prepare you for success in any industry. The program consists of 33 credits of required coursework, including the capstone graduate seminar. Students can earn their degree within a 12-month or a two-year time frame.
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At Elmira College, we recognize that planning for how to finance your education is a vital part of your college search process. Which is why Elmira College has one of the lowest undergraduate tuition prices of any four-year private college or university in the region. To start, you need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).