Master's Programs: Residential

Join a global community that celebrates diverse ideas, viewpoints, and experiences

At Fletcher, we foster a campus community that actively embraces different identities, cultures, opinions, and beliefs. Our flagship residential programs, which are based at Fletcher’s Boston-area campus, provide a world of opportunities to interact with and learn from individuals with a range of different viewpoints, backgrounds, and experiences. We provide a community – and a physical space – where healthy dialogue about differences is encouraged and celebrated, because we know that this discourse leads to mutual understanding and better learning.

As a Fletcher student, you'll engage with a highly-personalized curriculum that deepens your existing knowledge, while at the same time building crucial new skills that prepare you for career success, whether in the private, public or non-profit sectors. Our interdisciplinary approach ensures that each Fletcher student, regardless of degree program, gains a breadth of knowledge in international affairs, along with the professional skills they need to address the world’s toughest problems.

Master in Global Affairs (MGA)

Build purposeful skills and expertise to propel you on the fast track into an impactful global career.

Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy (MALD)

Gain an outstanding professional foundation in law and diplomacy, as well as economics, business, politics, and history with this two-year international affairs degree.

Master of International Business (MIB)

A two-year interdisciplinary degree, the MIB combines a firm grounding in fundamental business skills with a contextual knowledge of the forces driving international affairs and global business.

Master of Arts (MA)

Enhance your career by acquiring skills and knowledge from across Fletcher's different divisions with this nine-month program, designed for mid-career and senior level professionals.

Master of Laws in International Law (LLM)

Build a strong foundation in public and private international law, while deepening knowledge in complementary subjects, such as political science, history, business or economics.

Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance (MAHA)

The MAHA is a one-year joint degree program offered in partnership with the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. The MAHA is geared toward mid-career professionals who have significant field experience working in the humanitarian assistance space.

MS in Cybersecurity and Public Policy (CSPP)

This innovative, new degree, jointly offered by Fletcher and the Department of Computer Science in the Tufts School of Engineering, unites those from technology and policy backgrounds, preparing them to tackle the increasingly common and complex threats taking place in our global and digital world.