Randolph College offers master’s degrees in teaching, creative writing, and coaching and sport leadership.
In just one year, you will develop the skills and knowledge you will need to make a difference in the lives of athletes and be successful in future sport careers. The program is offered both online and on campus. The Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership degree at Randolph College was created using National Standards for Sport Coaches as identified by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE).
Learn more at macsl.randolphcollege.edu.
Earn your M.A.T. and you could be in front of a classroom in 12 months.
Randolph College’s Master of Arts in Teaching lets you earn Virginia licensure and teach the subject you love in 12 months. Join a nationally-accredited program with excellent faculty and proven job placement.
Learn more at mat.randolphcollege.edu.
Virginia’s only low-residency program, the Randolph College Master of Fine Arts program is a two-year, intensive degree in creative writing: poetry, fiction, or nonfiction. Students complete four semesters of one-on-one mentorship with our award-winning faculty and attend five 10-day residency sessions on the Randolph College campus.
Learn more at mfa.randolphcollege.edu.
Our low-residency Master of Fine Arts in Theatre program is a two-year, intensive degree in acting, directing, or design designed for working and aspiring theatre artists, educators, and leaders to build healthier, more inclusive theatre communities. Students complete four semesters of virtual one-on-one mentorship, theatre coursework, and attend five residency sessions in Virginia.
Learn more at www.randolphcollege.edu/mfa-theatre