We believe that the best foundation for purposeful lives and careers is a course of study balanced between general liberal arts education and specialized career preparation.



As a Hood student, you’ll have the option to pursue combined or accelerated degree programs that let you work concurrently toward your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in four-plus years.

Watch our short Hood Grad School 101 video presentation to learn more!

Faculty-Mentored Research

You'll have the opportunity to take part in research projects with a faculty member.


Student-to-faculty ratio

Point of Pride

Our faculty publish books and articles, travel internationally, bring research into the classroom, and advise and mentor students daily.

Featured Stories

CCSC Conference

Hood Graduate School to Host 36th CCSC Eastern Annual Regional Conference

Interview with George Dimitoglou, D.Sc. Faculty Graduate School Graduate Student

George Dimitoglou, D.Sc., Cybersecurity Program Director, discusses 36th CCSC Eastern Annual Regional Conference to be hosted by the Hood Graduate School this year.

  • Academics
  • Math & Computer Sciences
  • Community Involvement
Ilobekeme Ojeifo

Graduate Student Spotlight | Ilobekeme "Beke" Ojeifo

Ilobekeme "Beke" Ojeifo, M.S. Management Information Systems Alumni Graduate School Graduate Student Undergraduate Student

"I love MIS because the curriculum is flexible, and it teaches students to learn how best to manage information systems within any organization"

  • Academics
  • International Students
  • Math & Computer Sciences
  • Business
Robert Jones

STEM Focus | New Computing System Developed in Partnership with NCI

Robert Jones, Computer Science & Information Technology Graduate School Graduate Student Staff

"The significance of the platform is that it allows students to gain experience with the Bioinformatic processing systems that they would typically find when working for places such as NCI and NIH"

  • Academics
  • Partnerships
  • Research
  • Natural Sciences
  • Math & Computer Sciences