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Degree Program Tracks for Working Professionals

Tailored to fit the schedule of a working professional, Tufts’ part-time professional master’s programs will help you advance your career. Using a trimester format, these part-time programs allow working professionals to work full-time while attending courses during the evening, on the weekends, and/or online. Students are eligible for tuition scholarships from the university.

Conveniently located just a few miles from downtown Boston, our Medford/Somerville campus is easily accessible via public transportation and has ample parking available, making it ideal for commuting to and from work or other professional opportunities. 

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Due to federal guidelines, Tufts is unable to sponsor visas for students studying part-time. For questions about part-time programs at Tufts, please contact pathwaysgsas@tufts.edu.

Explore program tracks for working professionals in: 

Biology - Functional Genomics M.S.
Spring Deadline: December 15

Diversity and Inclusion Leadership M.A.
Spring Deadline: December 15

Environmental Policy and Planning M.S.
Spring Deadline: December 15

Museum Education M.A. 
Fall Deadline: January 15

Occupational Therapy Post-Professional M.S.
Spring Deadline: December 15

Public Policy M.P.P.
Spring Deadline: December 15

Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning M.A.
Spring Deadline: December 15
 

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