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Combined Online / On-Campus

Duquesne's combined online/on-campus programs offer graduate students the opportunity to blend online courses with on-campus courses to complete their degrees and certificate programs. As a graduate student in a combined online/on-campus degree or certificate, you will interact and learn from course content, your peers, and your instructors through various individual and collaborative learning experiences through some courses you attend online and other courses you attend on-campus.

These combined online/on-campus programs are accredited and taught by dedicated faculty who exemplify the ideal of the teacher-scholar model, a model that fosters student interaction with faculty committed to teaching and an instructional perspective that brings scholarship and research in the field into teaching and learning.

Contact information for further inquiries and links to tuition and fees and detailed program descriptions are provided below.

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Combined Online / On-Campus Programs


The School of Education offers the following programs through a blend of online and campus classroom options.

A M.S. Ed. in Educational Studies is now available from the School of Education. This program offers students the choice of completing their degree through a blend of classroom and online courses.  Learn more about the program and application process at its website or by contacting 

Darlene Beck, Program Assistant
beckd2@duq.edu / 412.396.5568
Tuition Costs

A Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in Instructional Technology and Leadership is offered through with online and classroom options.  For more information, contact

Saundra Bondo, Office Assistant 
bondos@duq.edu  /  412.396.1995
Tuition Costs

A Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed. D.). Duquesne University's School of Education enjoys a national reputation in educational leadership. It was one of 22 research universities elected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in 2007 to participate in the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED).

Connie M. Moss, ProDEL Program Director
edleadership@duq.edu / 412.396.4038
Tuition Costs


The Mary Pappert School of Music offers a hybrid Master of Music: Major in Music Education. Students have several options for completion of courses:

  • Completion of courses during summer on-campus attendance
  • Completion of on-campus courses during the academic year
  • Completion of courses during summer on-campus attendance and selected online courses during the academic year.

For more information, contact 

Dr. Paul Doerksen, Department Chair