Whether it’s been one year or many years since you last attended college, La Salle not only offers flexible academic graduate programs that fit your life, but an outcomes-based, quality education that can help further your career. You’ll have the convenience of online or in-person learning, educators who are tuned-into the real world, and critical thinking, experiential learning that opens doors.

At La Salle you can:

  • Choose from more than 24 master’s and doctoral programs.
  • Take classes full-time to fast-track your career, or take one course at a time.
  • Fit La Salle graduate programs into your schedule.
  • Make the transition to graduate studies easier with courses available online, or combined with face-to-face personal experience.

How to Apply

Applying to La Salle’s graduate programs is easy. Admission requirements vary by program. To learn more about a specific program’s admission requirements, visit the program page.

Before starting an application, you will be required to create an online account. Creating an account will allow you to save your progress in case you are not able to complete your application all at once.

Please note, the application for Speech Language Pathology differs from the other La Salle programs. Click here for the Speech Language Pathology application.

Program Offerings

La Salle University offers a variety of graduate programs which are designed to get you where you want to go—whether you are looking to advance your career, stay relevant due to ever-changing technologies, or to transition careers. La Salle offers graduate classes in-person, as well as hybrid and entirely online classes.

Costs and Financial Aid

La Salle University offers several ways for you to afford paying for your Graduate Education. Whether you are pursuing your graduate degree part-time or full-time, there are several options to explore to fund your education. Our graduate program directors, admissions team and financial aid staff can work with you to determine the best fit for your financial need.

  • Graduate assistantships
  • Work-study and other campus employment
  • Federal and private loans
  • Employer tuition assistance
  • Fellowships and scholarships