Graduate Degrees and Certificate Programs

High Quality, Higher Degrees

Are you seeking to further your education beyond your undergraduate experience? As a visionary leader in higher education, the University of Michigan-Flint provides a diverse collection of advanced graduate programs in the areas of business, education and human services, fine arts, health, humanities, and STEM.

At UM-Flint, whether you are pursuing a master’s degree, doctoral degree, or graduate certification, you can experience world-class education that unleashes your full potential. With expert faculty and convenient course offerings, UM-Flint’s graduate degrees and certificates are a smart investment for anyone determined to take their education and careers to the next level.

Explore our robust graduate programs below.

Doctoral Degree Programs

Specialist Programs

Master’s Degree Programs

Graduate Certificates

Dual Graduate Degrees

Joint (4-1) Bachelor’s + Master’s Option

Non-Degree Programs

Why Choose UM-Flint’s Graduate Programs?

Are you ready to pursue a graduate degree or a certificate to improve your competencies in your specialized area? University of Michigan-Flint’s graduate programs provide an unparalleled education and extensive support resources to help you achieve your academic and career success.

National Recognition

As part of the renowned University of Michigan system, UM-Flint is one of the top public universities in Michigan and the US. UM-Flint graduate students not only receive rigorous education but also earn a nationally recognized UM degree.

Flexible Formats

At the University of Michigan-Flint, we understand that many of our graduate students are busy working professionals who want to pursue their graduate degrees or certificates while keeping their employment. Accordingly, many of our graduate programs offer flexible learning formats such as mixed-mode, online learning, and part-time study options.

Accreditation

The University of Michigan-Flint is committed to providing quality education to students. The University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional accrediting agencies in the United States. Many other agencies also have issued accreditation to our graduate programs. Learn more about accreditation.

Advising Resources for Graduate Students

UM-Flint is proud to provide many expert academic advisors to guide graduate students in every step of their academic journey. Through our academic advising services, you can explore your academic interests, career options, develop a plan of study, establish a support network, and more.

Learn more about academic advising.


Financial Aid Opportunities

The University of Michigan-Flint strives to provide affordable tuition and generous financial aid. Graduate students have the opportunity to apply for grants and scholarships as well as a wide range of loan options.

Learn more about the financial aid options for graduate programs.


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Learn More about UM-Flint’s Graduate Programs

Earn a master’s, doctorate, specialist degree, or a certificate from the University of Michigan-Flint to reach new heights in your career! Apply to a graduate program today, or request information to learn more!

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