Graduate Studies

Graduate Programs

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 Faculty

Resources for Current Students

Our 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.

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I found it very relaxing to get away from the hustle and bustle of a big city and get the chance to enjoy all of the aspects of a smaller town. This town is a wonderful place to enhance your college experience.

Bethany Williams ('13), Communication Major
McNair Program Receives Grant to 2022, Applications Open for New ScholarsMcNair Program Receives Grant to 2022, Applications Open for New Scholars

September 25, 2017

Truman's McNair program has been refunded by the U.S. Department of Education, and service to first-generation, income-eligible and underrepresented minority students will continue through at least September 2022. Applications for new scholars will be accepted online through Oct. 1.

Guest Recital to Feature Three PerformersGuest Recital to Feature Three Performers

September 25, 2017

The Department of Music will sponsor a visiting guest recital at 8 p.m. Sept. 25 in the Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall featuring Natalia Bolshakova on piano, Leigh Muñoz on bassoon and Dan Willett on oboe.

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