Graduate Programs

Whether you’re seeking academic growth -- or simply career advancement -- the graduate programs offered by the Hamilton Holt School at Rollins College allows young adults or older professionals to achieve both. Our master’s degree programs feature small classes that ensure one-on-one attention from our distinguished faculty. You’ll also gain new perspectives as you collaborate with fellow students from diverse backgrounds, preparing you for today’s dynamic corporate environments.

And don’t forget about our graduate scholarships that make these programs even more affordable.

Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Science

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Master of Human Resources

Master of Health Services Administration

Master of Liberal Studies

Graduate Education Programs

Master of Arts in Teaching: Elementary Education/ESOL/Reading (K-6)

Master of Arts in Teaching: Music (K-12)

Teacher Certification & Non-Degree Programs

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Previously Offered Programs

  • Master of Planning in Civic Urbanism

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