Advance your career with a University of Chicago degree or certificate, in a program designed for working adults. Or try out graduate school through our GSAL program to figure out the right path for your future.
Master of Liberal Arts
Have you ever wanted to study the works of Shakespeare, Aristotle, or Machiavelli? Uncover the genius of Freud and Einstein? The Master of Liberal Arts program (MLA) will give you these opportunities and more!
Master of Science in Threat and Response Management
MScTRM is a cutting edge degree program that brings together leaders and first responders who will orchestrate responses to large-scale human threats and disasters. Courses are offered in three-day weekend seminars.
Master of Science in Analytics
This part-time graduate degree program will give students thorough knowledge of techniques in the field of analytics, and the ability to apply them to real-world scenarios in the business world.
Master of Arts in Teaching
The Urban Teacher Education Program prepares teachers of the highest caliber for Chicago Public Schools while empirically testing a model for urban teacher preparation. Our graduates engage in teaching as a highly intellectual career and are classroom-based instructional leaders and agents for educational equity in their schools and community.
Graduate Student-At-Large (GSAL)
Through the Graduate Student-at-Large (GSAL) program, you can take courses throughout the University of Chicago and become part of the university community, without becoming part of a degree program.
GSAL Program is your bridge to graduate school.
Graduate Student-At-Large: Business (GSAL)
GSAL Business enables eligible students to take courses in the Chicago Booth School of Business.
The Graham School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers one credit-bearing Postgraduate Certificate through its Graduate Student-at-Large Program.
The certificate in Medical Physics, in partnership with CAMPEP and the University of Chicago Committee on Medical Physics, is an accredited yearlong program that provides instruction in medical physics to students holding PhDs in physics.