Graduate and Professional Studies

Where are you on your career journey? At Malone, we bring educational opportunities to adult learners that are intentionally designed to advance their careers and fit their busy lifestyles.

Whether your goal is to complete your bachelor’s degree, or a master’s degree is the next right step towards advancement in your career, we will support you from start to finish. 

After learning a bit about your career path, our admissions team and faculty will work with you to create a plan of study that provides the resources and knowledge necessary to help you meet your goals. 

Malone’s programs are flexible and affordable so that your education can be achieved in the midst of a busy and full life. And you will soon find yourself amongst an extensive network of Malone graduates who are serving in their churches, communities, and around the world with excellence. 

We look forward to helping you take the next step in your educational journey.

What programs do we offer?

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Adult Degree Completion: Organizational Management

Malone’s adult degree completion programs were among the first of their kind in our region.

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Online Programs

Malone University Online -- for graduate students and select undergraduate programs -- provides the flexibility, leadership, and support that students need to thrive by offering a holistic approach to faith and education. 

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Graduate Programs

Malone’s graduate programs equip professionals to grow as leaders and advance in their careers. 

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Workshops for Educators

Educators, increase your professional influence on your students and your school through dynamic, relevant, and affordable workshops offered for graduate credit through the Center for Professional Development.

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“I am profoundly grateful for the many ways that Malone University prepared me for my life's work. Our faculty members helped me build a foundation for my career that still equips me to serve my client base and community, and the connections I made during my time on campus are still near to my heart.”

Deron Boring, ’01, J.D.