The Catholic University of America

Metropolitan School of Professional Studies

The Metropolitan School of Professional Studies (MSPS) at The Catholic University of America offers evening programs for adult learners seeking Bachelor's and Master's degrees. At MSPS, students can choose from a combination of on-campus 14 week semester classes, 7 week accelerated classes, and online classes that accommodate the schedules of working professionals. 

Each of our students receives individual attention from an advisor, and we offer a full complement of student services, financial assistance resources, and career-building opportunities. We know adult students, and look forward to helping you achieve your educational and career goals.

MSPS Announces New Graduate Programs for Spring 2017

Master of Science in Emergency Service Administration
Master of Science in Social Service Administration 
Master of Health Service Administration 

Alumni Newsletter

 

 > A terrific Veteran's Day for MSPS Alumnus Matt White!
 > Student Profile
 > Join us for a tailgate party before the Nov. 12 football game
 > Alumni Enjoy Cardinal Weekend Reception 2016
 > Former Metro Instructor leaves bequest to school

The Tim and Steph Busch School of Business and Economics Master of Science in Management Degree 

The Busch School of Business and Economics and the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies have formed a unique partnership to offer a Master of Science in Management (M.S.M.) degree program. We are now accepting applications for Spring 2017. Classes start January 9th.

Building on our tradition of serving the professional business community in the Washington DC area, the M.S.M. provides on-campus evening classes featuring five distinct concentrations geared toward developing the skills that employers value. This program is built on a firm belief in commerce as service to society and an unwavering respect for the importance of the individual person.

The M.S.M. is a specialized Master’s Degree designed for those who want to accelerate their careers while carrying the responsibilities of a family or full-time job. The five available concentrations include: (1) Leadership Management, (2) Project Management, (3) Sales Management, (4) Human Resource Management, and (5) Federal Contract Management. GRE or GMAT is not required for admission to this program.

At The Catholic University of America, each of our students receives individual attention from an adviser, and we offer a full complement of student services and career-building opportunities. Classes are held on a beautiful college campus easily accessible from the Metro Red Line. We have guided adult learners since 1979 to achieve their professional goals. Please contact us for more information and to schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor.  

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MSPS is accepting applications for our Master's and Bachelor's degree programs for Spring 2017. Classes start January 9th. Click HERE to request more information and to schedule an in-person or phone appointment with an admissions counselor. Start achieving your goals now! 

MSPS holds frequent Information Sessions for prospective students. Click here for more info.  Attendees receive an application fee waiver.

You can schedule a campus tour and attend a live in-session evening class. Click here to schedule your visit.

What type of student attends MSPS? Click here to find out! 

MSPS in the news

MSPS Faculty member Adele Abrams is quoted in an article on the new system of electronic record keeping for OSHA.

MSPS Dean, Dr. Vincent Kiernan's book "Embargoed Science" is referenced in an article on VOX.com 

MSPS Alum Matt White gets a great Veteran's Day surprise from Rachael Ray. 

M.S.M Candidate Sykeem Lewis talks about his mission trip to Jamaica.

M.S.M. Candidate Joe Duncan talks about his experience at CUA.

Beyond the Beverage
James Dodd, Jr., Class of 2017 Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, wrote an article "Beyond the Beverage" that appeared on The Tower. 

Dr. Vincent Kiernan is quoted in a recent article from Bloomberg Review
Dean of the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies, Dr. Vincent Kiernan  is quoted in a recent article from Bloomberg Review - "Hacking into the Science Publicity Machine."