- Graduate School
- BOSTON, MA
Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Suffolk University gives students unparalleled access to this dynamic city and transforms their lives. Suffolk offers over 50 graduate degree programs, along with our doctoral program in clinical psychology and numerous certificate options. Students in our College of Arts & Sciences, Sawyer Business School, and Law School come to Suffolk to gain the knowledge and hands-on experiential learning they need to become leaders in their chosen fields.
Our campus is steps—or a short T-ride—away from Boston’s top employers, and we prepare students for professional success from day one. Our partnerships with a myriad of institutions in Boston, across Massachusetts, and around the world grant Suffolk graduate students a wealth of choices when it comes to internships, research opportunities, and careers.
Graduate Schools within Suffolk University
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The Executive MBA (EMBA) is designed for mid-career professionals with at least seven years of work experience. You'll focus on leadership and global business practice, working cooperatively with a tight-knit cohort of fellow students and colleagues. You'll also hone your critical thinking and data-driven decision-making skills through immersive simulations and flash consulting projects with live clients, both in the United States and abroad.
Most Popular Doctoral Programs
- Law322 Students
- Clinical Psychology11 Students
- US Law3 Students
- Economics and Econometrics
- Developmental and Child Psychology
December 13 Virtual Grad School 101
Join us virtually and gain valuable insight into putting together a successful application for graduate school! You'll hear expert advice from the graduate admission team and get an inside look at Suffolk's rich array of graduate degree options. This is your opportunity to learn how our highly experiential programs can fit into your busy life and position you to thrive.
- International (Non-Citizen)10.6%
- African American7%
- Native American0.1%
- Pacific Islander0.1%
- Competitive and intense29%
- Prepared me for the real world43%
- Supportive/helped me grow29%
Return On Investment
- Less than $25,00029%
- $25,000 - $50,00043%
- $50,000 - $75,00014%
- $75,000 - $100,00014%
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- $75,000 - $100,00029%
- Did not graduate yet57%
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C
- Crime & Safetygrade C minus
- Nightlifegrade A+
Suffolk University Reviews
They invited the firm I wanted to work for, and I was able to network with them. During my time there, I made a lot of friends and joined many clubs. I was in a dance team, which allowed me to connect and make friends. I studied abroad at the Suffolk University Madrid Campus. I really do not have any complaints because I took advantage of the resources provided.
All in all, Suffolk University is what you make of it. It is diverse and has the city of Boston as its campus.
I like that this school doesn't just feed you right off the bucket, it provides you a sense that you have to work hard in order to get what you want and the courses actually provide a challenge for people who don't have previous accounting background (like me.)