Master's Degrees

Cambridge College offers graduate degree programs in nearly 60 subjects. Earn a Master of Business Administration, Master of Education, Master of Management, Master of Public Administration or Master of Science. These programs will challenge you and give you the necessary skills and experience to advance your career and become a leader in your field.

Graduate programs are offered in multiple formats, including online, on-campus, remote and hybrid formats.

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Use our program finder tool to explore all of Cambridge College's future-forward degrees and certificates, offered in-seat and online.

Master's Degree Areas of Study

Cambridge College offers master's degree programs in various areas of study, from business administration and management to healthcare and education. Explore our areas of study to find a path that aligns with your passions and career goals.

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Career Advantages of Earning a Master's Degree

Earning a graduate degree improves career opportunities, skill development and professional advancement. It also significantly boosts your earning potential.

Individuals with a master's degree earn an average of $1,661 per week, surpassing those with bachelor's degrees who earn $1,432, associate degree holders at $1,005 and high school diploma holders at $853.

Beyond salary, individuals with master's degrees tend to have lower unemployment rates than those with lower education levels.

Master's degree recipients experience an unemployment rate of 1.9 percent, which is lower than the 2.2 percent rate for individuals with bachelor's degrees and significantly less than the 4 percent rate observed among those whose highest educational attainment is a high school diploma.*


Median annual salary of master's degree holders*


Unemployment rate of master's degree holders*

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Education pays, Employment Projections,, (visited May 21, 2024).