26,103 reasons to complete your master's degree.

Accelerated terms
iPad-powered curriculum
No GRE/GMAT required

If these reasons didn't convince you, see our tuition.

Grad school reimagined

With tuition as low as $26,100, you’ll enjoy a private university experience for a state university price. Our individualized graduate programs are designed with busy adults in mind—working professionals or those with family or other personal obligations. Gain the advanced skills and knowledge to excel in your career, while saving time and money. Here are just a few of the reasons why we say this is grad school reimagined.

  • Most master's coursework is offered in accelerated terms. You can finish your degree in as little as one year, saving time and money. Lynn's award-winning iPad-powered program provides mobile access to a rich, interactive curriculum for busy adults and professionals.
  • You'll learn from faculty who are industry experts and with classmates from around the world. (Lynn enrolls students from approximately 100 nations.) Right away, you'll build a professional network that spans the globe.
Our graduate programs are designed for your lifestyle. 
Aviation management students study together at the Burton D. Morgan School of Aeronautics.

Aviation Management

Learn the core business structure of the industry, get cockpit training and be qualified on both the business and piloting sides of the aerospace industry. CIP: 490104

Lynn student in the clinical mental health counseling program visits the counseling center.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Become an expert in the mental health counseling field by studying advanced topics, such as psychobiology, group counseling, substance abuse and human sexuality. CIP: 511508

Students learn web design in the Wyncode Academy program.

Communication and Media: Design Strategies for Web Development

Digital media and communication aspects are combined with Wyncode’s immersive web development program to develop coders and designers with business acumen. CIP: 090199

Student taking pictures for her master’s in communications program.

Communication and Media: Digital Media

Work with the latest design software and gain advanced skills in digital photography, film, 3-D modeling, graphic design, animation, writing and web design. CIP: 090199, CIP: 090799

Student studies for her master’s in communications in the College of International Communications.

Communication and Media: Media Studies and Practice

Hone the media talents you developed as an undergraduate with advanced communication skills, and enhance your techniques in video editing, shooting and design. CIP: 090199

Conservatory student plays piano with composition faculty.

Composition

Explore a variety of styles to find the musical language that best expresses your artistic vision. CIP: 500904

Examining a crime scene in the online criminal justice degree program.

Criminal Justice

Gain a deep knowledge and solid understanding of the U.S. criminal justice system, and study fascinating topics, including criminology, ethics and justice. CIP: 430103

Students study in a classroom.

Educational Leadership

Hone the skills you’ve developed as an undergraduate by studying advanced topics, in leadership, human resources and curriculum planning. CIP: 131001

Earn your MBA in entrepreneurial management through Snyder Idea Lab.

Entrepreneurial Management

Learn advanced business and management skills that will help you successfully start your own business or prepare for a career in upper-level management. CIP: 520201

Soon to be special education teachers talk about Lynn’s ESE program.

Exceptional Student Education

Learn classroom behavioral management, work with leaders in the field of exceptional student education and enhance the skills you developed as an undergraduate.

Business man in financial management on his laptop.

Financial Valuation and Investment Management

Learn branches of investment that look at human behaviors and market factors, and become an expert in portfolio management and macro-level investment management. CIP: 520201

Hospitality management student learns at resort.

Hospitality Management

Be our guest. Hear from VIP guest speakers and travel off campus to a variety of hospitality hubs to learn how to provide your guests with amazing experiences. CIP: 520901, CIP: 520201

Student in the MBA in human resources management program meets with dean..

Human Resource Management

Gain a broad education in human resources management—from employee retention to financial administration, and explore a range of occupational safety and insurance regulations. CIP: 520201

Lisa Leonard instructs student on the piano.

Instrumental Collaborative Piano

Develop individual artistry through exposure to all instrumental studios and faculty. CIP: 500903

International business major students taking a class in the IBC.

International Business Management

Gain advanced business and management skills, and learn the top methods in business plan development, international expansion and global resource management. CIP: 521101, CIP: 520201

Marketing MBA graduate shows students in the classroom how to develop marketing campaigns.

Marketing

Learn how to assess trends in online marketing, drive revenue, expand markets and build successful campaigns to create awareness and grow organizations. CIP: 521401, CIP: 520201

Student studies in the IBC for the media management program.

Media Management

From technology and culture to law and regulation, be a leader in the communication of ideas. Prepare for roles in marketing, media and corporate relations. CIP: 520201

Piano major students playing piano with professor.

Piano

Receive a personalized and individualized performance education. CIP: 500903

Students earning his MBA while working in the professional MBA program.

Professional MBA

This highly competitive evening program enables working professionals to obtain a Master of Business Administration in marketing or entrepreneurial management in 12 months. CIP: 520201

A psychology major gets information from the counseling center.

Psychology

Gain a firm grasp on the basic foundational concepts of psychology, and explore topics, such as social, abnormal, developmental and experimental psychology. CIP: 420101, CIP: 422813

Students watch professor in the social innovation management class.

Social Innovation Management

Gain the business and management skills of an MBA and attend Amani Institute’s Social Innovation Management program in Nairobi, Kenya, or São Paulo, Brazil. CIP: 520201

Sports management MBA students watch as a sports announcer speaks at a basketball game.

Sports Management

Learn marketing, law, sales, media relations, event operations and league governance skills, and get hands-on opportunities with incredible internships. CIP: 301504, CIP: 520201

Bachelor of Music students perform string instruments in concert.

Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, & Percussion

Instrument specific training for today’s versatile classical musician. CIP: 500903

Students at Wyncode Academy in the MBA in web development program.

Web Development Management

Obtain relevant business skills and a deep understanding of tech startups with Wyncode’s immersive bootcamp while earning your MBA. CIP: 520201

Take the next step
Get started on your future today
Complete your application and secure your spot.
Pictures tell only part of the story. Come see for yourself.
How would you like to hear from us?

We are Lynn

President Ross and A.D. Devin Crosby field questions from the press conference audiences about the South Florida Showdown, a.k.a. #SoFloShow
President Ross & Athletic Director Devin Crosby have some press conference fun with students and colleagues. Stay tuned!
Stephanie Brown, staff member
Img 0185
Catching a Lynn Fighting Knights Baseball game
Anders Ekblom, student
Unknown
Alumni Tom Pires '13 and Sydney Putnam '14, '15 visiting the city that never sleeps
Sydney Putnam, staff member
Img 0316
Jim and Janet Downey visited the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland during a brief vacation in the Emerald Isle.
Jim Downey, faculty member
Campus Safety attends a multi-agency emergency response training July 8 at  the FAU stadium
Campus Safety's Captain Cohen, Officer Major & Sergeant D'Agostino following the July 8 multi-agency training.
Stephanie Brown, staff member
Campus Safety Chief Rickard, Asst. Chief Siliquini, and PIOs Brown and D'Aria
Campus Safety and university PIOs review plans during a multi-agency emergency response training July 8.
Stephanie Brown, staff member

View more