GRADUATE ADMISSIONS CONTACT
Holly A. Smith, Assistant Director of Graduate Admission
As an independent institution in the Catholic tradition of American higher education, St. John Fisher College emphasizes the liberal arts, offering programs in traditional academic disciplines as well as more directly career-oriented fields.
Fisher's master's and doctoral programs offer a first-class education focused on practice-oriented instruction, individual attention, and the flexibility to accommodate your busy schedule. Convenience and relevance are but two of the keywords that best describe Fisher's graduate programs.
Earn your master's or doctoral degree in an environment that offers practice-oriented instruction and individual attention, as well as the flexibility of evening and weekend classes that accommodate your busy schedule.
The Value of a Fisher Education
Fisher is known for producing graduates who are not only successful, but also a positive force in the region, across the state, and throughout the nation.
St. John Fisher College prepares you to meet the challenges of an increasingly complex world. The liberal nature of a Fisher education means you'll acquire valuable communication, analytic, and problem-solving skills in addition to thorough comprehension within your chosen course of study.
In general, class sizes are small, so you won't get lost in the crowd. You'll get personal attention from Fisher's faculty, who are selected for their teaching excellence, scholarly initiatives, and commitment to students.
Fisher is a community where all are welcome, regardless of religious or cultural background. If you are a motivated, passionate student willing to invest time and effort in yourself, your education, and your future, you will thrive here.
Fisher is located in Pittsford, N.Y., seven miles outside of the city of Rochester. The campus is situated on 164 park-like acres—a beautiful setting for 27 modern buildings and a warm, friendly campus community.
M.S.: Applied Data Science, Nursing, Educational Leadership, Literacy Education, Mathematics/Science/Technology Education, Mental Health Counseling, Special Education, Adolescence Education, Childhood Education