Heidelberg’s masters-level professional programs provide graduates with the means to further expand their understanding and appreciation of the world; develop abilities and strength of character to achieve their personal goals; and develop the capacity and willingness to contribute in a positive and constructive way to the communities in which they live.
All graduate courses are held in the evenings to accommodate adults with full-time work schedules. Courses are offered at both the Tiffin main campus and the Arrowhead Park Campus in Maumee. With rolling admissions, students may choose to begin their program in the Fall, Spring or Summer. The graduate programs are designed to be completed within two years, if you chose to enroll in consecutive semesters; however, graduate students have a maximum of 6 years to complete their master's degree.
Presently, Heidelberg University offers three masters degree programs at Arrowhead Park:
- Master of Arts in Education (MAE)
- Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) — Concentrations in School, Community, or Dual
- Several classes must be taken on our Tiffin campus
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)