The Graduate School at Hood College had its start in 1971 with the launch of a master of arts in human sciences. Today the school offers 15 degree programs and nine post-baccalaureate certificate and certification programs.
More than 1,000 students from 25 different nations pursue a wide range of professional aspirations at the Graduate School. These students appreciate the affordable tuition and convenient scheduling that allow them to continue to work during the day. They benefit from the opportunity to learn in small classes taught by caring, dedicated, world-class faculty and adjunct instructors who bring in-depth knowledge and expertise to instruction. And they gain practical skills through unparalleled internship experiences.
Graduate School classes are held on Hood College’s picturesque campus, located in a quiet residential area just a 10-minute walk to downtown Frederick. Hood, a private liberal arts college, consistently ranks among the nation’s best colleges, and the same enduring commitment to high quality education prevails at the graduate level. The school’s Frederick, Maryland, location is a historic yet growing center of business and industry at the top of the I-270 technology corridor, just an hour from both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.
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