Graduate Admissions

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Molloy University offers graduate degrees that will allow you to advance at your current job or make a career change while continuing with the busy demands of daily life. Nationally recognized, yet conveniently local, Molloy's graduate programs are responsive to today's global marketplace. One of the most affordable private universities in our region, we help you set your own course for professional success and personal growth.

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Earn your graduate degree in:

  • Business Administration. Our MBA programs in Accounting, Finance, Healthcare Administration, Management, and Marketing are led by faculty with significant industry experience. Students enrolled in courses offered by the School of Business develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions that employers expect of graduate business students.
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Mentoring compassionate counselors for the community at large is the cornerstone of Molloy's Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS program. Our program is designed to provide graduate students with the professional identity, core knowledge, necessary state-of-the- art practical skills, and multi-cultural sensitivity to excel in a variety of mental health settings.
  • Criminal Justice. With a comprehensive approach to criminal justice practice, candidates will stand out as a leader in their chosen specialty, which includes areas such as corrections, law adjudication, law enforcement, administration, and research. 
  • Education. A recognized leader in teacher education for more than 50 years, Molloy University offers variety of master's and post master's advanced certificates in areas including Early Childhood/Childhood, Adolescent, Special Education, TESOL (Teaching English as a Second Language) & Bilingual Education, Educational Technology and Leadership.
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities  Built upon the success of our quality educator programs, Molloy's Educational Leadership, EdD prepares educators, school administrators, related professionals, and potential university level instructors in leadership theory with a focus on diversity, social justice, and equity
  • Music Therapy. Using the unique power of music to promote health and wellbeing, our Music Therapy, MS program provides candidates the opportunity to integrate their love of music and passion for serving the community in meaningful ways.
  • NursingA long running leader in nursing education, the Barabra Hagan School of Nursing offers seven distinct tracks leading to master's degrees and nine postmaster's certificates in high need nurse practitioner specialties. 
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Nursing. Become a leader in the nursing profession through research, education, administration, and health policy.
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice Program (DNP). A clinical practice-focused program in Nursing that prepares advanced practice nurses to design, implement, manage, and evaluate health care delivery systems and patient populations based upon research utilization.
  • Social Work. Our collaborative Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) program with Fordham University enables you to earn a Fordham University M.S.W. degree with a flexible full-or part-time plan of study that includes day, evening, and weekend classes offered between Molloy's Rockville Centre Campus and Fordham's Lincoln Center Campus.
  • Speech-Language Pathology. With a curriculum that integrates theory and practice in the study of human communication and its disorders, Molloy's Speech Language Pathology, MS program prepares you to join the community of clinicians who provide instrumental support and care for individuals with communication disorders. 
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Molloy University's newest doctoral program welcomes the first incoming class in Fall, 2023. The program is focused on cultivating academic and clinical leaders who seek to advance the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) through research and teaching. This Ph.D. program caters to students with diverse backgrounds, clinical and scientific disciplines, with an emphasis on Communication Sciences and Disorders. 


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Office of Admissions

Wilbur Arts Center, Room 226
1000 Hempstead Avenue
Rockville Centre, New York 11570