For more than a century, Suffolk has been a fixture of downtown Boston, connected to the civic, cultural, and business life of the city. Those connections take the form of real-world educational experiences that power our graduate degree programs—internships, co-curricular projects, travel seminars, site visits, and clinical work. They’re also strengthened by the investments that Boston-area employers make in the education and advancement of their personnel through Suffolk University.
Here, you will learn from more than just coursework and case studies—you’ll make practical contributions to the fields you’re already working in: communication, financial management, healthcare, public administration and policy, crime and justice, business innovation and leadership, and much more.
With over 50 graduate programs across our College of Arts & Sciences and Sawyer Business School—including dual degrees and a joint program with our Law School—Suffolk is the perfect place for motivated professionals to propel and reshape their careers.
Graduate school is a big step, but one that we’ve made easier with the help of dozens of Boston-area employers both large and small, private and nonprofit. Our partners include:
- Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA)
- Avidia Bank
- Beth Israel Lahey Health
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
- Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan
- Cambridge Health Alliance
- DiCicco, Gulman & Company LLP
- Enterprise Bank
- Mass General Brigham including Dana Farber Cancer Institute and other affiliates
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- Massachusetts Society of CPAs (MSCPA)
- National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) – Boston Chapter
- New Balance
- Project Management Institute (Mass Bay Chapter)
- Princeton Instruments
- Tufts Medical Center