Graduate & Professional Programs
As a graduate or professional student at GW, you will engage in research- and practice-based programs that extend far beyond our classrooms and campuses and contribute to your personal, professional and intellectual growth. With more than 200 master's, doctoral and graduate certificate programs, in numerous locations throughout Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland, you can find the program that is right for you.
Find a graduate or professional program
Explore our graduate and professional programs to help you identify subjects of interest. Browse by academic interest areas, school, degree type, location and schedule options, or view a full list of all GW graduate and professional subjects, including:
- Health policy, ranked #10 by U.S. News & World Report
- Law, ranked #4 for intellectual property law by U.S. News & World Report
- Political Science, ranked #36 by U.S. News & World Report
Tuition, fees and housing
Tuition and fees
The Student Accounts Office maintains tuition and fees for all GW schools and colleges as well as a variety of payment options available to students interested in graduate study.
Housing and living expenses
Living expenses vary considerably depending on students' housing and lifestyle preferences. The following is an estimate of the minimum costs for graduate students in the Washington metropolitan area (excluding tuition and fees):
- Housing, meals, transportation and personal expenses (full year): $20,742
- Books and supplies (academic year): $500
- Health insurance (estimate for full year): $2,258