Wheaton provides multiple avenues for students to explore graduate school study during and after their time at Wheaton.

 

Dual Degree Programs

Dual degree programs permit a student to begin graduate-level study in marketing communications, engineering, and optometry before graduating from Wheaton. A student will take one to three additional years to earn a second degree in one of these fields; the Wheaton A.B. is normally awarded at the same time as the second degree.

Dual-degree programs exist with the following institutions:

Degree Partnerships

Wheaton has agreements with multiple institutions who have reserved graduate admission placements for Wheaton students.

  • Masters in Children’s Literature with Simmons University
  • MA in Clinical Psychology with Bridgewater State University
  • Masters in Gender and Cultural Studies with Simmons University
  • Masters in Public Administration with Bridgewater State University
  • Masters in Public Policy with Simmons University
  • MBA with Bridgewater State University
  • MBA with Clark University Graduate School of Management

More information on the Bridgewater State University programs
More information on the Simmons University programs

Preparing for graduate programs

Wheaton actively encourages students to continue their education in professional and graduate programs. Information and advice about graduate schools and undergraduate preparation for graduate study is available in the Filene Center for Academic Advising and Career Services.