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Online Master Degree Programs

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If your schedule doesn’t permit you to attend a program face-to-face on Rosemont's Main Campus, consider one of our fully-accredited online graduate degrees. Propel your career to new heights, guided by outstanding faculty with comprehensive experience in their respective fields.

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There are many ways a Rosemont College education can propel your career to new heights. Rosemont offers several affordable graduate degrees in traditional, hybrid, and online formats. Regardless of how your course is delivered, earning your graduate degree from Rosemont requires commitment and hard work.

Online Business Degrees

Rosemont’s Master’s of Business Administration and Master’s in Strategic Leadership programs are flexible, pragmatic, and ethics-driven programs that prepare students for work in a business environment that constantly evolves and expands. 

Aside from the practical benefits of studying business at Rosemont, we also have an ever-expanding alumni network in business epicenters that include Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, D.C. The MBA and MSL can be completed fully online.

MS in Healthcare Administration

Earn your Healthcare Administration degree onlineHelp improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare. Rosemont’s graduate program prepares you for leadership and management positions in governmental, nonprofit, and private organizations.

Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Rosemont's fully online and accelerated MA in Homeland Security and Emergency Management program can be completed in as little as one year. Designed with the flexibility in mind,  you may complete your academic work while meeting your existing personal and professional obligations.

Prepare to analyze, mitigate, and manage the complex issues related to natural and human-made disasters - including disaster response, emergency management, public health issues, cyber security, and the psychology of terrorism.