The Phased Plan for Return to Campus - Spring 2021
At the University of New Haven, the health and safety of all members of our community remain our top priority. We have reimagined life at the University to help deliver high-quality education in as safe an environment as possible.
This website provides updated information about our response to the pandemic and our ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This website has been updated with information for the Spring 2021 semester. A chronological list of the latest updates to this information is available on the page linked below.
The Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology is ideal for students who want to pursue or advance careers in the rapidly expanding fields of biotechnology, basic science, and pharmacological research.
A chemist’s impact extends far beyond the lab. With an advanced degree in chemistry, you’ll be a problem-solver. You’ll make a meaningful impact on people and places around the world by revolutionizing drug discovery, studying green chemistry, or influencing materials design.
The M.A. program in community psychology provides training in current strategies for preventing and treating psychological problems, emphasizing interventions at the levels of social institutions, organizations, groups and individuals.
As an interdisciplinary program encompassing courses in ecology, geology, chemistry, environmental education, and law, the Master of Science in Environmental Science provides students with the advanced skills and knowledge to meet the increasing demands worldwide for scientists.
The M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (MAIOP) program at the University of New Haven provides students with an exciting, applied degree focused on the study of applying psychological principles to the workplace.
Enhance your professional degree with a graduate certificate. Each certificate is carefully designed as a concentrated introduction to a particular subject area and consists of courses totaling twelve or more credit hours.