Chatham University

Graduate Programs

  Online/Low Residency Accelerated Program*
Accounting (MAcc)   AP 
Biology (MS)   AP 
BSN to Doctor of Nursing Practice (BSN-DNP)    
Business Administration (MBA)   AP 
Communication (MComm)    
Counseling Psychology (MSCP)   AP 
Counseling Psychology (PsyD)    
Creative Writing (MFA)   AP 
Film and Digital Technology (MFA)    
Food Studies & Business Administration (MAFS/MBA)    
Food Studies (MAFS)   AP 
Green Chemistry    
Healthcare Informatics (MHI) x   
Infant Mental Health (MSIMH) x   
Infant Mental Health Certificate x   
Infant Mental Health Counseling (MSIMHC) x   
Interdisciplinary Design (MA/MFA)    
Interior Architecture (MIA)    
Interior Architecture (MSIA) x   
Landscape Architecture (MLA/MSLA)    
Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing x   
Nurse Educator Certificate    
Nursing (MSN) x   
Nursing Practice (DNP) x   
Occupational Therapy (MOT)   AP 
Physical Therapy (DPT)    
Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)   AP 
Professional Doctorate of Occupational Therapy (OTD) x   
Professional Writing (MPW) x   
Psychology (MAP)   AP 
RN to Master of Science in Nursing (RN-MSN)    
Special Education (M.Ed)    
Sustainability & Business Administration (MSUS/MBA)    
Sustainability (MSUS)    
Teaching (MAT)   AP 

Integrated Degree Program

At Chatham, work toward a graduate degree from day one.

For the first time, Chatham students have the opportunity to guarantee admission into Chatham's competitive School of Health Sciences graduate programs through Integrated Degree programs (IDP). Non-health sciences students can participate in IDPs as well and earn a bachelor's degree in the major of their choice along with a master's degree from Chatham or a local partnering university in as little as five years. The Integrated Degree Program requires a demanding undergraduate load for three years, followed by full-time graduate studies. Incoming students should contact Admissions or consult their advisors as early as possible in their undergraduate studies for guidance in developing an appropriate undergraduate course of study. Click for more information.