Graduate Admissions Explore ProgramsFinancial AidVisit CampusRequest InformationApply for Admission Gannon for Grad Gannon University has provided graduate-level coursework for the Erie community, the tri-state region, and beyond since 1964. We are proud of professional accomplishments of our 8,179 master’s degree and 212 doctoral alumni, including the presidents of more than 50 organizations, vice presidents, controllers, executive directors, officers, principals, superintendents and upper-level managers in 200 organizations worldwide. Many of our graduate school alumni hold a Ph.D. degree. Gannon's urban location provides both support to the regional professional communities and a significant source of hands-on experience for graduate studies. Over the years Gannon students have had many enriching opportunities to do projects, consult, complete internships, and otherwise involve themselves in the business, health care, human service, educational and government communities at our doorstep. Additionally, representatives of these professions visit the Gannon campus regularly to supplement classroom theory via guest lectures, seminars, workshops and adjunct teaching. We are in it With You Because we understand how busy you are, and how important the decision is to return to graduate school, we work hard to help you at each step of the way, from enrollment to coursework to networking opportunities. Gannon University believes there are no limits to what we can do together to advance or change your career. At Gannon, we understand the balancing act graduate school requires, so we provide support and convenience and partner with you to achieve your educational and professional goals. Our dynamic faculty understands, because they are participating in research projects, speaking at national conferences, continuing their clinical practices and businesses while teaching. We provide small, intimate class sizes where questions are welcomed and discussions are a key part of our courses. We strive to provide all the resources each student needs to earn her or his degree, and to celebrate success in a current job or a new career.