Graduate Studies

School of Graduate and Continuing Studies

> "Try out" a graduate course in one of our participating graduate programs this Spring 2015 semester. Attend our Graduate Non-Matriculated Registration Open House on Thursday, January 15th from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in the Campus Center Grand Hall. Read More

Prospective students interested in taking a course in one of our Graduate Programs (except for DPT, MSCD, or MSOT) for the Spring may do so by registering as a Non-Matriculated (Non Degree) student. You can either register from home or in-person at our Graduate Non-Matriculated Registration Open House on Thursday, January 15th in the Campus Center Grand Hall at 4:00 p.m.

> Interested in starting Stockton's MSN program in the new year? Meet with us at AtlanticCare Regional Medical Center's Atlantic City and Galloway campus on January 26th or 27th. Read More

Learn about our hybrid-style MSN program and how to "try out" a course as a non-matriculated student by visiting us on January 26, 2015 at the ARMC Mainland Campus or on January 27, 2015 at the ARMC Atlantic City Campus. Click here for the flyer.

> Save the date! The Spring 2015 Doctoral and Master's Hooding and Commencement Ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 7, 2015. Read More

Graduate students who have successfully completed all major requirements in the Summer 2014, Fall 2014, or Spring 2015 semesters will commence on Thursday, May 7, 2015. Please visit the College's Commencement Web site for details about applying for graduation and frequently asked questions.  

>Want to find out more about our Graduate School? Read our student blog:  Confessions of a Stockton Graduate. Read More

Current students in a variety of our graduate programs document what is like being a graduate student at Stockton. Click here to visit the blog. 




Looking for coursework to satisfy your re-credentialing requirements? Seeking a broader knowledge base in your field?

Continuing Studies


 "Education will never lose its value. Graduate education is a high-return investment, and Stockton is an excellent place to invest your time and effort."

Lewis Leitner, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Graduate and Continuing Studies

We welcome your interest in the graduate degree programs that Stockton College currently offers. Each of our graduate programs was carefully chosen to meet the needs of career enhancement and professionalism. Our programs are relevant to the economic development that is occurring in our region as well as the widespread need for individuals to upgrade their knowledge and skills to meet the pressing demands of the 21st century. The majority of our graduate programs are fully accredited or in the process of becoming fully accredited by appropriate professional associations. Furthermore, you will be taught by PhD level faculty or professors who are highly regarded for their years of experience in their profession. Our goal is to bring you opportunities to enhance your educational credentials, skills, knowledge and career potential.

The 21st century is the age of the “knowledge worker" and advanced education is central to career building and advancement. The future depends on developing highly trained professionals who have the knowledge and skills required to solve the complex challenges facing our country, its organizations and a host of global issues.

Read our Dean's full Message

View the Dean's Video Message and Learn What's Distinctive about Stockton's Graduate Studies Programs

Lewis Leitner, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Graduate and Continuing Studies