Norfolk State University School of Graduate Studies and Research

About Norfolk State University School of Graduate Studies and Research

Advocate for the Continued Improvement of Graduate Education
The Office of Graduate Studies administers the University's nineteen (19) graduate programs in the School of Education, College of Liberal Arts, School of Social Work, and College of Science, Engineering and Technology. The Office of Graduate Studies is responsible to the Provost for the development and maintenance of high quality graduate programs.

NSU is one of the nation’s largest Historically Black Universities, (HBCU). Our graduate programs attract students and faculty from diverse national, racial and ethnic backgrounds. We extend an invitation to you to join the Spartan family and become an active member of the Graduate Studies community.

Master’s degree programs are offered in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Criminal Justice, Electronics Engineering, Materials Science, Media and Communications, Music, Pre-Elementary Education, Special Education, Social Work, Teaching, Urban Affairs, Urban Education, and Visual Studies.

Doctoral of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs are offered in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, and Materials Science and Engineering.


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July 2020 - July 2020 Norfolk, VA
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