Take the next step in your education by pursuing a graduate degree at Northern Vermont University.
Our master’s and advanced certificate of graduate studies programs offer an affordable, flexible way to enhance your professional credentials and advance your career. At Northern Vermont University, we offer interdisciplinary and professional programs on-campus and online. Our faculty are experts in their fields with professional experience to help you find your direction. You will benefit from our small courses and cohorts and develop a strong, supportive peer network that will last well beyond your time at NVU.
Northern Vermont University offers the following graduate degrees:
- Counseling, M.A. (Johnson)
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.S. (Weekend Format at Regional Centers)
- Education, M.A. (Johnson)
- Education with a concentration in Digital Media Instruction, M.A. (Online)
- Education, M.Ed. (Lyndon)
- Leadership Studies, M.A. (Online)
- Liberal Studies, M.A. (Lyndon)
- Studio Arts, M.F.A. (Johnson)
Additionally, education students with master’s degrees can also pursue an advanced certificate of graduate study in coordination with our Johnson-based education faculty.
- Education: Digital Media Instruction
- Education: Self-designed
- School Counseling
The Cathy Higley Graduate Student Scholarly Activity Fund, named after retired staff member Cathy Higley who served the graduate students of Johnson for more than thirty years, provides small cash awards to matriculated students enrolled in any graduate degree program housed at the Johnson campus.
This fund is intended to enhance a student’s participation in scholarly activity related to their degree program. Eligible activities include support for approved research projects, attendance at scholarly conferences, subscriptions to peer-reviewed journals, membership fees for associations, and other scholarly applications. This fund will not be available as scholarship support to cover program tuition or fees. Click here for more information and to apply.