The education world's most thorough survey of master's degrees

The master's is a postgraduate degree students can pursue once they have graduated from a bachelor's program. While bachelor's tend to provide a more general overview of a given field, holding a master's indicates a more advanced understanding of a field and often expertise in a given subfield. Earning such a degree requires a great deal of forethought and drive.

Here you'll find everything you need to: identify a reputable online or offline master's, succeed once enrolled and eventually land a career that lets you fully apply your degree.

Median Salary Comparison

Bachelor's Degree Holder vs Master's Degree Holder


$60K < $80K

Health & Medicine

$60K < $80K

Law & Public Policy

$50K < $70K

Science & Engineering

$75K < $99K

Social Science

$55K < $85K
Source: What It's Worth: The Economic Value of College Majors, Georgetown University, May 2011

The Master's Program Database

Ready to earn a master's? Let's find you the perfect program. Our collection of master's programs, combining information from the schools themselves and the U.S. government's education databases, is a one-of-a-kind tool. All programs can be filtered and sorted, meaning you can pull up a specific program with ease.

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  • 9222 Programs Offered
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