Graduate studies in the College of Arts and Sciences prepares advanced students to develop into intellectual and professional leaders capable of making positive contributions to their disciplines and to society as a whole. Our graduate programs offer students challenging and meaningful experiences aimed at helping them grow as analytical thinkers, effective communicators, experts in their fields, and creative and responsible participants in a dynamic world.
John Carroll University, a Jesuit and Catholic university, has been offering graduate programs since 1940. Currently the College of Arts and Sciences offers more than 20 degree programs in 12 academic departments, including biology, education, English, humanities, mathematics, theology and religious studies, counseling, and school psychology. In partnership with the Boler School of Business, we offer degrees in nonprofit administration and communications management. Post-baccalaureate licensure, certificate programs, and post-masters programs are also offered.