The Hamilton Holt School at Rollins College offers a range of master’s degree programs in the evening, allowing working adults to achieve academic growth and career advancement.
The ABACS program prepares students for both a master’s level professional practice in applied behavior analysis and doctoral-level work in a PhD program in clinical psychology.
The Clinical Mental Health Counseling program provides students with the clinical skills, practical experience, and ethical foundation required for a successful career in counseling.
Rollins offers three graduate education degree programs that give students skills and experience to teach the exceptionally diverse school-age population in Florida and around the world.
The mission of the MHSA program is to prepare competent, thoughtful, ethical and compassionate healthcare management professionals to meet the growing demand for qualified healthcare managers and administrators.
The Master of Human Resources program is designed to prepare students to be HR leaders, managers, and professionals.
The Master of Liberal Studies program fosters analytical and critical thinking skills that empower students to understand and address problems that humans have confronted over the ages as well as contemporary issues.
Rollins College’s Crummer Graduate School of Business offers three nationally ranked MBA programs to accelerate their career goals, gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace, and advance in their organizations.
The Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (EDBA) is a doctoral degree for executives who want to advance their careers, enhance their skills and knowledge, and to fulfill personal learning goals. Learn More