When you’re ready to stretch your intellectual horizon and pursue a master’s degree, it’s important to choose a graduate program that’s the right fit for you. Truman’s graduate studies are ideal for smart and curious students looking for highly regarded programs and a remarkable value.
Small Classes & Personalized Learning
Most of our graduate programs can be customized to fit your individual needs. The small size of our programs leads to more engaged learning through rich discussion, and close interaction with your professors adds depth to your courses. As a master’s student in our engaged community of learners, you can participate in assistantships, fellowships, and one-on-one research learning opportunities usually reserved for doctoral students at larger institutions.
Dedicated FacultyOur graduate faculty have earned their degrees in the finest institutions across the U.S. and the world and are dedicated to the value and importance of graduate education. You can count on superb individual mentoring that will enhance your intellectual and professional growth.
Explore our Graduate Programs
Find the graduate program that connects your education and your passions so you can pursue the questions that matter in your career and in your life. And contact our program directors and faculty to discuss how well the Truman graduate experience fits with your dreams and aspirations – you will not be disappointed.
Truman is really the land of opportunity. If there is a project or idea that you want to pursue, all you have to do is reach out to students and faculty and the idea can become reality. I was able to collaborate on a variety of ventures from research projects, to starting new organizations, to finding internships, and even planned some travel experiences. Your imagination is the limit here!
February 19, 2018
Designed as a way for alumni and friends to share in the spirit of the Big Event, TruCare allows anyone with a Truman affiliation to count service hours completed from March 1 through midnight April 1 as part of a cumulative total.
February 19, 2018
Three student-run crowdfunding campaigns will be featured in a competition for match money from alumna donor Colleen Ritchie ('84).