Framingham State University

Advance Your Way

At FSU

One way to advance your career is to obtain a master’s degree, graduate certificate or new teaching license. Our graduate faculty bring real-world experience into the classroom and provide students with the opportunity to network and learn from like-minded peers.

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Advance Your Way At FSU

One way to advancing your career is to obtain a master’s degree, graduate certificate or new teaching license. Our graduate faculty bring real-world experience into the classroom and provide students with the opportunity to network and learn from like-minded peers.

50+

Programs

1,300

Graduate students

18

Average Class Size

Explore the FSU Difference

The top three reasons students attend Framingham State University for their advanced studies is the affordability, specific program and the flexibility of online and/or hybrid courses. Here you can explore our programs, scheduled a one-on-one appointment with an admissions counselor and review financing opportunities. For applicants, you can also check the status of your application online.

How to Apply

Learn more about how to apply, review admissions requirements and connect with a Graduate Admissions Counselor.

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90%

Graduate students feel FSU has brought them closer to achieving their goals.

22%

Diversity Enrollment

$1,325-$1,525

Per course tuition and fees

Graduate Information Webinars

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Throughout the academic year, we host program-specific and general admissions webinars. This is a great way for you to get answers to your questions and meet with faculty from our programs.

Talk with a Graduate Admissions Counselor

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You can still get a feel for our campus by visiting remotely. Register today and learn more about FSU directly from students.

Take a Graduate Class

Professor in Class

Most Framingham State University's Graduate Programs allow students to take up to two classes as a non-matriculated student. If you want to 'test the waters' before committing to a degree program, you are encouraged to take one or two course(s).