St. Bonaventure University
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EXPLORE Our Programs
Whatever your interest — business, education, arts & sciences, communication or health professions — our five academic schools offer varied and relevant programs that prepare you for meaningful and fulfilling careers.Find a Program
Our School of Graduate Studies offers master's and certificate programs in education, business, communication, and health professions.Find a Graduate Program
From an Honors Program that rewards and challenges high-achieving students to early assurance programs that enable qualified students to secure a seat in graduate and preprofessional programs, we offer a host of special programs aimed at addressing specific needs and interests.Special Programs
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Top industry professionals guide our master's in sports journalism.ESPN's NBA Insider Adrian "Woj" Wojnarowski, '91 (right) and New York Post lead sports columnist Mike Vaccaro, '89, at Vaccaro's induction onto the Jandoli School's Wall of Distinguished Graduates.Online M.A. in Sports Journalism
Attend our Occupational Therapy virtual info session
Learn more about our graduate-level Master of Science degree in occupational therapy, which prepares you academically and professionally for the role of an occupational therapist.
Join our in-person Master's Entry to Practice (nursing) info session
Our graduate-level MEP program is a direct pathway to the nursing profession for those who have already earned a bachelor's degree. It's an efficient way to become a registered nurse while achieving a Master of Science in nursing. Join our in-person info session in Room 106 of Francis Hall (east side of campus). Pizza will be served.
Get a tour and more during our SBU Preview DaysLearn all there is to know about St. Bonaventure University from one of our admissions counselors and take a campus tour by signing up for one of our Preview Days. Morning and afternoon sessions are scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 19, and Saturday, Dec. 3