Transformational education, discovery and impact
The global marketplace is rapidly evolving. You know the old ways of seeing are no longer enough, and that it will take an education that evolves your point of view to prepare you for what comes next. Whether you are pursuing an advanced degree following your bachelors, returning to school to take your career to the next level, or exploring a new direction altogether, our unparalleled academic programs will keep you ahead of the curve at graduation and beyond.
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Our graduate programs thrive across campuses and locations in and around the Philadelphia area. We are currently offering limited on-campus visit options and a wide-array of virtual opportunities. No matter how you choose to connect with us, we're excited to share all that Jefferson has to offer.
With more than 200 programs in architecture, business, design, engineering, fashion & textiles, health and the sciences, our graduate studies options at Jefferson are as diverse as our students. Explore the unique pathways and connections that build our valuable community below.
Jefferson Welcomes Cabrini University Students
Our goal is to optimize your credits and match your interests while creating a path to degree completion. To ease the transfer process, we're waiving our application fee and only require official transcript(s) to be reviewed for admission.
This year marks five years since the historic merger of two celebrated Philadelphia institutions — Thomas Jefferson University (Jefferson), a health sciences university that was founded in 1824 as the Jefferson Medical College, and Philadelphia University, a regional masters university and the nation’s first textile school founded in 1884.
Jefferson College of Nursing (JCN) students will have a unique opportunity for hands-on training, as Maternal Addiction Treatment, Education and Research (MATER), a comprehensive substance use disorder (SUD) treatment program at Jefferson Health, comes under the purview of the college.
Jefferson soared in the latest U.S. News & World Report 2022-2023 Best Colleges list released Sept. 12. The University ranked No. 127 among National Universities, up from No. 148 last year and No. 176 two years ago.