Saint Mary's University of Minnesota is a private Lasallian Catholic university that provides relevant and innovative educational programs and experiences designed to awaken, nurture, and empower its students to lead ethical lives of service.
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As one of the only master's degrees of its kind in Minnesota, this program is designed for individuals who would like to become licensed to teach in the special education areas of learning disabilities (LD), emotional/behavioral disorders (EBD), an... more >
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota's Ed.S. in Educational Administration prepares you for administrative licensure in less than 24 months. Graduates of the program master the state-identified competencies for an educational administration degree. more >
The Master of Arts in Philanthropy and Development Program fosters critical thinking, organizational leadership, relationship building, ethical practice, financial stewardship and donor-focused strategies. more >
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota's program prepares you to help K–12 students learn English while you earn your licensure. This two- to three-year program offers three options based on where you are in your career. more >
You can tailor this powerful M.B.A. program to fit your career goals. It incorporates real-world examples and is taught by experienced professionals. Choose to learn on campus, or in the accelerated online program. Career-based specializations offered. more >
Cultivate an understanding of intervention methods for individuals, couples, and families as you prepare for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with the Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy. Accelerated program available. more >
Meet Minnesota's educational requirements for the Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) and the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC) credentials in two years. Dual program offered to also receive a Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies. more >
In just 18 months you enhance your reading instruction, whether in a classroom or a one-to-one setting. Candidates in Minnesota or Wisconsine will also be attain the K-12 Reading and 316 Reading Teacher licenses, respectively. more >
Saint Mary's mission of serving the underserved and improving well-being comes to life in our Master of Public Health program. This two-year degree, offered on campus, prepares you for success as a public health practitioner. more >