Our graduate programs are diverse and we provide a rich environment for interdisciplinary study. In fact, few settings within Connecticut provide greater cultural and intellectual resources to prepare lives for leadership and service.
The Department of Architecture at the University of Hartford is a diverse community of practitioners, teachers, and students dedicated to educating future architectural professionals and growing the knowledge base of the profession.
The Barney School offers master's degree programs that prepare students for advanced positions in private, public, and nonprofit organizations in local, national, and international settings. The curriculum includes the study of accounting, economics, finance, information systems, insurance, management, marketing, leadership, and quantitative analysis.
The School of Communication offers a Master of Arts intended for students seeking an advanced degree that provides breadth and depth in the study of human and mediated communication.
With increasing job prospects for teachers over the next decade, you may want to consider the University's excellent master's programs or doctoral program to help you excel in your career as a teacher.
Graduate studies in engineering at the University of Hartford lead to the Master of Engineering (MEng). The program emphasizes applied design and stresses communication, which is very important for a successful career.
The Master of Science in Neuroscience is interdisciplinary in nature, providing experiences at the interface of biology, psychology, and other natural sciences.
The Department of Nursing emphasizes quality teaching complemented by scholarly and creative expression, clinical expertise, community service, and service to the nursing profession.
UHart's Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics program is one of the few accredited programs in the United States.
The English Language Institute (ELI)
The English Language Institute (ELI) of the University of Hartford offers a comprehensive academic program designed for international students who need to improve their English language skills.
Learn more about the levels, course dates, and tuition.
|2-Semester Standard Pathway||3-Semester Extended Pathway|
|Room & Meals*||$12,476||$18,714|
|Student Support Fees||$2,372||$3,012|
* Estimated costs for off-campus housing and personal dining options. After the Graduate IPP, graduate programs will have varying tuition and fees. Students should review their department’s webpage at www.hartford.edu for more information.
** Students must pay for Student Medical Insurance as an additional fee of $2,200 per year, unless they qualify for a Waiver. Information is available here.
Deadlines and Requirements
Program Start Dates / Application Deadlines
|Application Deadlines||Direct Admissions Graduate||International Pathway Program||English Language Institute (ELI)|
|Fall||July 1||July 1||July 15|
|Winter||December 1||December 1||December 15|
|Summer||N/A||April 1||April 15|
|Direct Admissions Graduate||International Pathway Program||English Language Institute (ELI)|
|Scan of official transcript||X||X||X|
|Proof of graduation*||X||X||X|
|Copy of identification page from passport||X||X||X|
|Letters of recommendation||3||-||-|
|GMAT or GRE||Barney School of Business only||-||-|
|Audition/Portfolio||The Hartt School**||-||-|
*An official letter confirming expected graduation date is required for students who have not yet graduated and do not have a diploma.
**A school-specific application form is required in addition to the general application form.
Required Academic Scores-Graduate
|Program||Direct Entry||Standard IPP||Extended IPP||Pre-sessional English|
|GPA out of 4.0||3.0||2.75||2.75||2.75|
*TOEFL and IELTS are the only approved English Proficiency tests for acceptance into the IPP.