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Graduate School

Stay connected, make a difference

You are forever a part of this community. See how you can stay connected, support the Graduate School and inspire a new generation of leaders.

Gail Jensen

It starts with your support

“The advantages of a Creighton education stay with our students forever; in whatever leadership roles they choose to fulfill and in who they become. And it starts here, with your support to provide our students the opportunities to earn their professional education at Creighton.”

— Gail Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA, Dean of the Graduate School and College of Professional Studies

Lifelong Education

Over the past decade, Creighton’s number of graduate students has more than tripled, thanks to our expansion of courses and programs — now numbering more than 45 — and the tremendous faculty driving our interdisciplinary curriculum.   

Students from across the world seek out the Graduate School for our accelerated programs, certificates, dual degrees, master’s degrees and doctoral degrees in an array of disciplines. 

We understand the shifting landscape of higher education and the changing needs of our students. And we will rely upon our alumni and friends to help us lead the way. 

Graduate School — By the Numbers 

More than 5,900 

Alumni living across the country and around the world 


Programs in multiple fields


Faculty members from across Creighton’s schools and colleges 

Alumna Kassandra Montag

'I choose to have hope' — Omaha Reads author and Creighton alumna reflects on reading, resilience and the apocalypse

Kassandra Montag's "After the Flood" has been selected as the 2020 Omaha Reads pick by the Omaha Public Library.

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Bailey Wood

Lifelong, life-changing education

“When I was looking for a master's program in business administration, I wasn't looking for just a piece-of-paper degree that got me the next promotion. I was looking for an education that changed my perspective. That's what I've found at Creighton.”

— Bailey Wood, Graduate School