The mission of the Office of Graduate Studies is to provide resources, services and leadership that support and guide the graduate academic programs across the university.
The Office of Graduate Studies offers more than 75 degree and certificate programs in the fields of business, education, fine arts and communication, health professions, liberal arts, science and mathematics. Both full and part-time programs are available, led by prominent faculty who combine theory and applied, practical knowledge while encouraging collaboration on research projects and creative productions. With more than 3,200 students enrolled, Towson University graduate programs create a rich learning environment complemented by diverse perspectives and experiences.
Towson University is committed to preparing ethically and globally minded professionals who become leaders within their community and field of study. Our graduate students come from diverse backgrounds. Their goal is to advance their knowledge and skills to become professionals who serve as leaders for Maryland and surrounding communities, and many juggle work and family responsibilities while earning their graduate degrees. For some, the graduate degree is essential for procuring jobs in their chosen field.
The Graduate Student Association represents graduate students at Towson University, addressing needs and concerns that
arise for this unique part of the campus community. The GSA also hosts events to build
community among students enrolled in graduate programs.
This event was hosted on April 17, 2019 by the Office of Graduate Studies. The 'Three
Minute Thesis' competition challenges graduate degree candidates to present a compelling
spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance in just three minutes.
This video includes excerpts from 3 graduate students that presented.
The event will take place again in April 2020.