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Best Universities for Master Programs in Puerto Rico 2024

Number of institutions: 18
    • Caguas, Puerto Rico

    The San Juan Bautista School of Medicine (SJBSM) is a private, non-profit institution, incorporated as such with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. A Board of Trustees governs the SJBSM and ensures that the institution fully complies with its mission and vision. The board is comprised of six elected members, who delegate to the President/Dean all actions pertaining to the appointment of deans, faculty, and administrative personnel. It was founded in 1978 with the mission to advance the health of the community by focusing on community medicine and the need for having more physicians serving vulnerable and medically underserved populations. The School was first located in San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, which was originally named San Juan Bautista by the Spaniards. In 1998, it moved its facilities to the city of Caguas, one of the most important urban centers in Puerto Rico, with a population of 150,000. Caguas is in the East-Central region of the island, 18 miles south of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. Due to its privileged location, the city is easily accessible through ports and airport facilities, thus permitting fast and convenient transport. This location facilitates commercial, individual, and tourist expansion activities.

    • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    The Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico is a specialized public university that offers professional programs of excellence at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as services, studies, and programs aimed at the community in general.

    • Ponce, Puerto Rico

    The Mission of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico is to celebrate and promote the life and dignity of the human person and educate it, according to the values ​​of the Gospel, in the disciplines of updated scientific knowledge to build a better local and global world. The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, based on the thought of the Church about the integral education of man and in accordance with the perennial mission of every university, has as its primary purpose the common search for truth and the dissemination of knowledge. It pursues both objectives through the study of the different fields of knowledge. With the same purpose, it maintains an authentic and continuous dialogue between the Arts, Sciences, Philosophy, and Theology.

    • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    The Escuela Hotelera de San Juan arose from the vision and initiative of Mrs. Sylvia Cestero León to provide Puerto Rico with a prestigious training center in programs related to hospitality services. In the beginning, he was part of the Sylvia Cestero de Toyos Vocational High School, a vocational institution, a highly skilled technician with more than twenty years of service. The Escuela Hotelera de San Juan grew and developed as an autonomous institution based on Calle Mayagüez and classrooms on Avenida Barbosa and Avenida 65 de Infantería until 2003 when it moved to its new facilities at Calle Guayama, No. 229, in Hato Rey. Almost 25 years after its founding, the Escuela Hotelera de San Juan has significantly impacted the food and beverage industry and the community in general. Proof of this are the countless activities promoted by the presence of graduates in prestigious professional settings. In August 2009, the Escuela Hotelera de San Juan inaugurated its campus in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico located on Highway 114, Km 0.4, Sector Western Industrial Park, Barrio Guanajibo in Mayagüez. This campus offers modern facilities to prospective students interested in seeking training in the career of Specialist in Culinary Arts, International Bakery and Pastry.

    • Bayamón, Puerto Rico

    EDIC College It is a private for-profit institution established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

    • Bayamón, Puerto Rico

    At the very heart of the UCC’s plan for the future is its mission. A university community must know what qualities are to be preserved as its goals for the future are developed and advanced. The UCC thrives on being faithful to its mission by focusing on excellence, by pursuing clear goals, and by cherishing and enriching a community of diverse scholars who prepare high-quality and committed health professionals to meet the health needs of the community in its biological, physical, and social context, with a humanistic focus and a high sense of moral obligation. In its 40 years, the UCC has demonstrated its commitment to improving the quality of life of the Puerto Rican community through excellence in clinical services, emphasis on an extensive agenda of biomedical, clinical, and psychosocial research as well as the development of competent health care professionals.

    • Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

    Atlantic University College is a non-profit higher education institution specialized in the field of digital arts and sciences, founded in 1983, the product of a dream by Colonel Ramón Barquín and Dr. Teresa de Dios Unanue. It began operations in Guaynabo, where there was no university institution, in 1984, with 125 students and it is located in the center of town. It is the first institution of Higher Education that was established in this municipality, under the name of Atlantic College, later evolving into Atlantic University College in 2011. It has received Emmy® and Telly Awards for its animated productions. It was authorized by the Council of Higher Education to begin operations with associate degrees and baccalaureate degrees in 1983, later, in 2001 it was authorized to offer graduate programs. As educational opportunities have grown, Atlantic University College has grown with them and offers its students a personalized effective environment, which also allows them to develop holistically as individuals. It is aware of its commitment to offer an education that encourages excellence in each of its teaching areas within the field of digital arts and sciences, in which it has successfully positioned itself and in any other emerging market within and outside of our country. country. The academic offerings are in accordance with the institutional philosophy based on the principles of accessibility for all people and adaptability to the needs of the community and in harmony with the demands of the humanistic, scientific and technological knowledge necessary for a competitive individual in a community. global, within the digital arts and sciences. The funds received by the Institution have allowed the development of 28 high-technology laboratories to attend the type of academic offer that it offers and to support the teaching-learning process in accordance with its institutional mission.

    • Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

    Herbert Fletcher University is a non-profit online distance education institution of the Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is part of the Adventist educational system, the second largest Christian educational system in the world.

    • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Columbus University's Mission is to train our Students with an avant-garde educational offer, projected towards the future, to make them, professionals and citizens responsible and capable of effectively addressing all aspects of human activity, in a globalized context. and constantly changing. Contribute to protect and consolidate social values, providing critical and objective perspectives that promote strategic options for the strengthening of our society and its ethical values.

    • Gurabo, Puerto Rico

    With a history of more than 40 years, the Ana G. Méndez University, Gurabo Campus (formerly the Turabo University) is the fastest-growing private institution of higher education in the country. Accredited by the prestigious Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the Ana G. Méndez University, Gurabo Campus also has various professional accreditations which add a seal of quality to the education of its students.

    • Maleza Baja, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

    After seven years serving as advisers and trainers in 18 cities in 6 countries, it formally began operations on September 27, 2006, as a post-secondary, technical, and high-skills institution located in the loading area of ​​the Luís Muñoz Marín Airport, in Carolina, Puerto Rico. It arises in response to the need and commitment to providing the highly qualified human resource required by airports, airlines, cruise lines, and the tourism industry, in general, to carry out and provide airport and hotel ground services that complement the tourist activities that lead to carry out based on an educational service of excellence and total quality.

    • Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

    Our university grew out of educational institutions in Puerto Rico and Cuba. The Seventh-day Adventist Church opened its first school in Aibonito, Puerto Rico, in 1920. In 1946 it established the Metropolitan Adventist Academy, a comprehensive high school, in Santurce. In 1957 the Puerto Rican Adventist College was founded in Mayagüez. In May 1961, he received authorization to offer the university-level programs that had been offered at the Colegio de las Antillas in Santa Clara, Cuba. In September of that year, it was changed to the Puerto Rico Adventist College; and later, in March 1962, the name was changed to Antillean College. On August 18, 1989, the Council of Higher Education authorized the new name of Antilles Adventist University (UAA).

    • Bayamón Pueblo, Puerto Rico

    At NUC University our goal is to develop educated, entrepreneurial individuals, competent in their professional area, with attitudes to continue learning throughout their lives, proud to belong to NUC University, and capable of successfully integrating into the world of work to effectively contribute to progress. economic, social, and political environment.

    • Hato Tejas, Puerto Rico

    PHILOSOPHY American University of Puerto Rico is a non-profit institution of higher education that serves the traditional and non-traditional student population of the northern and central areas of Puerto Rico. Due to its conviction in the transformative power of education, American University of Puerto Rico offers all students an excellent service and the opportunity to educate themselves in a rigorous academic environment committed to their development. The academic quality of the American University of Puerto Rico is based on the principles that govern liberal and humanistic higher education and that promote comprehensive training and lifelong learning. Likewise, the institution is dedicated to training graduates who are distinguished in the workplace by the quality of their performance.

    • San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR) is a private, non profit, co-educational higher education institution founded in September, 1966. The main campus is located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the Hato Rey ward, quite close to the Golden Mile area. The main academic disciplines are: Engineering (seven programs), Geomatic Sciences, Architecture, Computer Sciences and Business Administration (four majors). At the present time, it is the largest private Engineering School in Puerto Rico and the only one in the district of San Juan. It is also the largest private Hispanic Serving Engineering School in the United States and its territories. In 2001 and 2003, the University opened new campuses in the cities of Miami and Orlando, Florida, respectively.