Ranked the best liberal arts college in South Carolina by U.S. News & World Report, Furman offers a variety of graduate degree programs and certificates for students who have already earned an undergraduate degree. Through challenging coursework, field experiences and internships, you’ll gain the skills, creativity and knowledge to improve or advance your career in education, the arts and sciences, or medicine and professional health.
Graduate Programs in Education
Master of Arts and Education Specialist degrees, certification and professional development programs are offered.
Master of Science in Chemistry
The Master of Science curriculum is part of a five-year program in which a student typically earns their Bachelor of Science after four years.
Master of Science in Community Engaged Medicine
This one-year master's program provides an advanced understanding of science and population health related to the disparities between growing medical needs and resources within communities.
Master of Arts in Strategic Design
The Master of Arts in Strategic Design provides students with an advanced understanding of art and communication theory and their application through a portfolio school model.
Master of Arts in Advocacy and Equity Studies
The Master of Arts in Advocacy and Equity Studies is a 36-hour program designed for problem-solvers and community leaders: those who see issues in society and want to make a change. A graduate with this degree will have a thorough view of social justice issues, developing the critical lens and conceptual skills necessary to recognize societal inequities and analyze systems of power.