Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies




Exciting News! Stockton University's Faculty Senate approved a new Genocide Prevention Graduate Certificate, the first program of its kind in the USA and globally and offered completely online. Read More

The Online Genocide Prevention Certificate has been developed with the help of the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation (AIPR) in New York City to meet the need for specialized training among professionals in government, the military, and non-governmental organizations. To learn more about this new program, please click here

> Graduate Assistant Position Available. The Office of Student Development is hiring a graduate assistant to begin this summer 2016. Read More

Students matriculated in one of Stockton's graduate programs interested in applying should click here for the job posting or e-mail Haley.Baum@Stockton.edu.

> "Confessions of a Stockton Graduate Student" Blog. If you would like to learn more about our Graduate School through first-hand accounts of current Stockton Graduate Students, read our blog. 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. 



Thank you for your interest in Graduate Studies at Stockton University. At Stockton, we are devoted to creating an academic journey where graduate students can thrive, academically and socially. I encourage you to review the web to investigate what Stockton University’s 14 diverse academic programs have to offer. We welcome your questions and hope you will visit us soon. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Graduate Studies at  609-652-4298 or e-mail gradschool@stockton.edu.

I look forward to meeting you,
AmyBeth Glass
Director of Graduate Enrollment Management