College of St. Joseph graduate programs offer affordable and convenient options for those who are interested in either full or part-time graduate work – whether you’re a working professional or looking to continue your education right out of college.
CSJ offers a variety of graduate programs in Business, Education and Psychology & Human Services.
Our fast-paced graduate program in Business Administration develops leadership and management skills to meet the needs of working professionals.
The General Education Program is for individuals who have current teacher certification and desire to pursue advanced study in education.
CSJ’s Education Division also offers graduate programs in Secondary Education in English or Social Studies leading to initial licensure.
The Master’s Program in Elementary Education gives graduates a foundation of educational theory, research, and practices for teaching in the elementary school classroom.
The Master’s Program in Special Education qualifies the student for Vermont licensure as a Special Educator in Grades K-8 and Grade 7-Age 21.
The Master’s Program in Reading provides students who already hold an initial licensure with an in-depth knowledge to aid the improvement of reading instruction.
Online graduate Educational Leadership courses offered by College of St. Joseph can be used, within the State of Vermont, to help gain various endorsements.
The Clinical Psychology Program trains master’s degree level professional psychologists who can assist clients in the enhancement of their psychological well-being.
The School Counseling Program develops holistic school counselors through an emphasis on self-awareness, ethical and moral behavior, and much more.
The Clinical Mental Health Program trains professional counselors who can help others to understand personal and interpersonal difficulties and develop effective decision-making strategies.
The Community Counseling Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services Program trains professional counselors to help others understand the effects of drug and alcohol abuse.
Eligible students from CSJ may be admitted into a 5th year certificate program to complete work that meets the educational training requirements for being credentialed as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor or Student Assistance Professional.