Graduate Programs

At Lincoln University, you will find select graduate programs and continuing education courses designed to help further your career and professional aspirations in today’s fast-paced, technology-based, and global society. 

Programs of Study

  • Master of Arts in Human Services Administration (MHSA)

    The Master of Arts in Human Services Administration (MHSA) Program is designed for working adults with administrative/supervisory positions in human services agencies who are looking to gain graduate credentials and move up the career ladder. The MHSA program builds on prior knowledge and experience as it prepares experienced human service workers to bring about effective change through a combination of academic and performance-based learning, using a systems approach to research and solve problems at the personal, agency, and community levels. The program’s aim is to produce leaders with the skills to administer programs effectively, develop and implement policies efficiently, and manage employees ethically and productively.  It requires 30 hours of academic credit, a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 (B) or better, and can be completed in one academic year.  

  • Master of Arts in Human Services Delivery (MHSD)

    The Master of Arts in Human Services Delivery (MHSD) program is a 30-credit degree program that offers students an opportunity to learn advanced concepts, skills, and application of human services delivery. The MHSD program serves as a gateway for educating practitioners who are in need of an advanced degree in order to increase their skills at applying theory to practice and working effectively with a range of populations. It requires 30 hours of academic credit, a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 (B) or better, and can be completed in one academic year.

  • Master of Education (M.Ed.) - Early Childhood Education PreK-4/Special Education Dual Certification Program

    Lincoln University’s post baccalaureate Early Childhood Education PreK-4/Special Education Dual Certification Program aims to prepare professionals in the education of all children including exceptional children and youth who will be scholarly in their academic pursuits.

  • Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Early Childhood Education

    The Early Childhood Education PreK-4 program at Lincoln University is designed to prepare students to become highly qualified ECE professionals in order to teach in the surrounding and urban school settings.  The goals of the program are to understand development, cognition, and learning for children from birth to age 9; master subject matter content and pedagogy for PreK-4; understand and administer assessment tools: PreK-4; develop the ability to establish family and community collaboration partnerships: PreK-4; be aware of professionalism required to serve in PreK-4 learning environ

  • Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership

    Lincoln University’s Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Educational Leadership/Principal Certification Program is designed to prepare qualified and effective K-12 school administrators and instructional leaders, produce effective K-12 school principals who can also serve as positive change agents in the community, and develop school leaders with the necessary skills and capacity to improve student learning based upon research, assessment and the implementation of best practices.

  • Master of Science in Business (MSB)

    Public and private corporations require the application of human, financial and economic assets to be effective, efficient and productive. Lincoln University’s accelerated, one-year, Master of Science in Business (MSB) program equips graduate students with the academic and experiential knowledge to contribute to and influence the strategic and operational direction of organizations in an innovative economy.  In a highly competitive, dynamic transnational, 21st century global environment, the diversified MSB curriculum challenges students to expand and transform the boundaries of knowledge in the workplace.

  • Master of Science in Counseling (MSC)

    The Master of Science in Counseling (MSC) is a 60-credit degree program that offers students an opportunity to learn and enhance their counseling skills.  This program allows students to take a range of courses that will increase their counseling knowledge and skills and enable them to become leaders within the counseling profession.  Highlighting multiculturalism, diversity, and service of underserved populations, students will gain a robust academic and professional experience that will empower them to be prepared to take the National Counseling Examination and ultimately become

Graduate programs are offered at : 

Lincoln University Graduate Center
3020 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-590-8200 or 215-590-8233

Conveniently located on the Avenue of Technology corridor in University City,
just one block from 30th Street Station, the main railroad station in Philadelphia.
Classes are scheduled on weekday evenings and on Saturdays.

Lincoln University – Coatesville 
1570 Baltimore Pike, P.O. Box 179, 
Lincoln University, PA 19352 
484-365-8000