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Alvernia's Graduate Degree ProgramsTake Your Career to the Next Degree
Whether you're looking to get ahead in business with an MBA, master the skills you need to become a professional counselor, develop a deeper understanding of teaching to enhance student learning or excel in positions of leadership, Alvernia University has the graduate programs to help you reach your goals. We offer in-demand degrees from a highly regarded institution with plenty of academic choices and learning formats. As one of the leading graduate schools in Pennsylvania, Alvernia provides you with the degree you want at a price you can afford, from a university that employers trust and respect.
Plus, you can choose to take classes where and when it's most convenient, study at one of Alvernia's three locations - Reading Campus, Philadelphia Center, or Schuylkill Center. We also offer flexible scheduling with evening, weekend and online classes in accelerated time frames available on multiple start dates. Whatever your personal or professional reasons are for completing a bachelor's degree, we take your goals personally.
- Apply anytime! At Alvernia, we're ready when you are. We make it easy to become part of the Alvernia community by using a rolling admissions process, which means that we continually accept and review applications. This process allows for more flexibility to ensure that you start classes according to your schedule.
- Making your education affordable. There are lots of ways Alvernia University can make your tuition more affordable. From our convenient payment plans to our popular tuition deferment program, you'll find there are lots of options that our Student Financial Planning Office provides to help make your tuition more affordable.
- You'll benefit from a supportive, cooperative environment with a student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1 and an average class size of 20. Our accessible and committed faculty members and instructors combine rich academic backgrounds with real-world experience.
- All programs are approved by the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.