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What master’s programs does Judson offer?

Judson’s master’s degrees are made for adults. Our campuses are temporarily closed to keep you, our faculty, and our staff safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, so you’ll start by taking classes 100% online. Once reopened, you may choose to finish your degree online or on campus in Elgin or Rockford—whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you.

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“When you come to Judson, you have what it takes and you can make it and we’ll be here to help you.”

Dr. Brenda Buckley-Hughes
Professor, Worship Arts/Speech

How much will a Judson master’s cost?

  • Master’s Degrees Cost $750 per credit hour

Judson promises affordability, and our tuition costs are kept highly competitive with other schools. We’ll even work one-on-one with you to assemble your ideal federal aid package, connecting you with resources like federal and state grants, loans, and scholarships.

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What’s it like to get a master’s as an adult?

At Judson, our degree programs are designed with the flexibility of working adults in mind. Take one class at a time, one night a week, so you can spend your days fully invested in your career, family, or community.

“The adult professional studies programs afforded me the opportunity to work full-time and continue with my volunteer work while still getting my degree.”

Sara Brunstin
MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling