New graduate degrees at Merrimack College have launched

Merrimack introduces Master of Science and Engineering and Master of Science in Management to its graduate offerings.

Merrimack is pleased to announce the expansion of their graduate programs with two new master’s degrees: Master of Science in Engineering and Master of Science in Management. These two new graduate degrees join a comprehensive graduate portfolio of more than ten licensure and non-licensure Master of Education programs in our School of Education. 

Both master’s degrees are available in one-year, full-time formats and are currently accepting applications for the fall. Experiential learning opportunities (such as compensated internships and hands-on career development) are available. Graduate students are eligible for financial aid and scholarships.

On Tuesday, June 26, the Office of Graduate Admissions will hold an Information Session on campus for students interested in these new graduate programs. For more information, please visit or call the Office of Graduate Admissions at 978-837-5073.


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