Faculty who are committed to your future. Co-op, internship, and networking opportunities that prepare you to succeed. Knowledge that expands your world view. A vibrant, close-knit community that brings people together. Ideas that enrich your life. An investment with lifelong returns.
A master’s degree from Merrimack promises practical timeframes to meet your schedule demands, practical experiences for a competitive edge in the job market, and practical, affordable programs - all this with the very personal benefits of face to face connections with faculty and students, and a strong network of friends and professional networking opportunities. Visit us and see.
of the graduate 2014 class had a job, partnership or a year of service within 9 months of graduation
of the graduate class of 2014 participated in an additional learning experience: fellowship, internship, cooperative education, or field experience.
Our student-teacher ratio means our professors and students connect on a personal level inside and outside the classroom.
My internship at the Alliance of YMCAs has been such an amazing educational and professionally rewarding experience. I now have hands-on experience in developing programs using various health promotion strategies in order to address health disparities within communities.”
Ashley Wright, Health and Wellness Management
Health and Wellness Management
The professors were a tremendous help. They helped me understand how my skills could apply in the real world. I stopped in the office of Professor Franco Capaldi more times than I could count. He encouraged me to think like an engineer and refine my researching abilities. Now I can sift through information to find exactly what I need and put it to use.”
Mike Scuzzarella, Mechanical Engineering
My future goal is to become a collegiate strength and conditioning coach, and my fellowship allows me to get valuable coaching experience, while developing my abilities both personally and professionally. I like to help individuals reach their potential and give them the tools to be successful.”
Shaun Fishel, Exercise and Sport Science
Exercise and Sport Science
The MPA courses helped me become significantly better at effectively communicating with people and more skilled at framing and presenting compelling and persuasive arguments. It also allowed me to become more in tune with the day-to-day operations of both local and federal government and to better understand what is actually happening instead of the politicized image often presented.”
Douglas Vance, Master of Public Affairs
Master of Public Affairs
Gaining hands on experience is crucial in order to confirm your interest in a particular field and it is crucial in order to be competitive in that field after graduation. Merrimack's fellowship offered this opportunity, while at the same time not putting me in any debt. It almost seemed too good to be true."
Alexandra Finney, Higher Education
What I like the most about the Community Engagement program at Merrimack is that the courses are extremely relevant and valuable to my job. The curriculum is providing me with the tools needed to become a leader that can contribute in decision making, creating programs and developing resources that help a community and individuals grow."
Jessy Abramson, Community Engagement
Not only would I receive a top quality education, but I would also be guided by a group of faculty members that were experts in the field and would help me reach my goals."
Meghan Cokely, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Criminology and Criminal Justice
The one-year format of the MSM was a real plus because it enhanced the skills I learned in my undergraduate business degree and got me into the job market quickly."
Kenneth Baldwin, Management
With each class, I was able to learn something that allowed me to more efficiently manage my time not only as a student, but also in my career."
Steve Souza, Civil Engineering
Merrimack is a relatively small college, which gave me an opportunity to connect and discuss with my professors. The professors were friendly. I got to discuss many ideas with other students, and most importantly, earning my master’s degree helped to further my career as an engineer."
Rohit Reddy, Mechanical Engineering