Online Master's Degrees
UConn offers master's degrees online to help you advance your career. Earning a respected, accredited master's degree online from UConn, a nationally-recognized institution, can benefit your career and professional advancement. Learn from world-class UConn graduate faculty and study with other career-focused students from diverse backgrounds. Explore our graduate degree options to see what programs we currently offer online.
Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
AGACNP Training for RNs Seeking to Advance Their Careers and Improve Patient Outcomes by caring for the acutely ill, complex adult and gerontology population.
Our graduate program in Educational Technology prepares educators to put theory into practice in service to the wise integration of technology. We offer an online Two-Summers program (click for overview) culminating in a Master of Arts (MA) degree or Sixth Year Degree (SD).
Master of Engineering
The Master of Engineering (MENG) degree program at UConn merges cutting-edge technical engineering courses with practical professional development classes for students. It's a graduate engineering program for people who are already employed as practicing engineers, or who are interested in expanding their skill-set before entering industry.
Master’s of Energy and Environmental Management
The Master of Energy and Environmental Management (MEEM) is a revolutionary new online graduate program that empowers you with the knowledge to produce immediate social benefits through direct real-world action. The program takes a holistic approach that combines the knowledge and actions crucial for enabling you to produce tangible social benefits through immediate real-world applications. The MEEM provides an interdisciplinary perspective through courses in environmental law, planning and management, and geographic information systems.
Family Nurse Practitioner Master’s Degree
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) online Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at The University of Connecticut prepares advanced practice nurses to assess, diagnose, monitor, treat, and coordinate the care of individuals across the lifespan within the context of family and community in primary care settings.
Gifted and Talented Education
The Three Summers Program is for motivated educators who have professional or family obligations that make regular year study impossible. The program is designed to allow educators to keep their teaching positions while earning a graduate degree or professional diploma part-time in the summer with additional online course work throughout the year.
Human Resource Management
The University of Connecticut’s top-ranked School of Business Graduate Programs in Human Resource Management (HRM) feature leading-edge curriculum taught by experienced faculty, designed around the specific needs of today’s HR professional.
For experienced neonatal nurses, the natural “next step” in career advancement is often to prepare for a future role as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP). Advanced practice roles in Neonatology are among the oldest and most respected of all advanced practice roles in the U.S. Graduate programs in Neonatology require significant time and financial commitments on the part of students; however the return on that investment is substantial.
Nurse Educator – MS
This advanced nursing practice specialty area propel the career of nurses who want to develop expertise in clinical education but who do not want to become an advanced practice nurse (APN) serving a specific population.
Nurse Leader- MS
Many of today’s practicing nurses are eager to explore innovative options to advance their careers. UConn’s new Nurse Leader online master’s degree program will prepare baccalaureate RNs for career advancement in the increasingly important roles of nursing leadership and administration.
Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation
This online master’s degree program is designed for educators and practitioners seeking to become more knowledgeable about RMME practices. Further, it is an ideal graduate degree for recent bachelor’s graduates having entered, or for those entering, the workforce, who are interested in maintaining the option to move into the research side of the education realm.