St. Scholastica offers a variety of graduate degree and professional certificate programs in healthcare, nursing, management, technology, education and social work. These degree programs are nationally recognized and are taught by accomplished leaders in their respective fields. Paired with St. Scholastica's extended campus locations and numerous delivery formats, our graduate programs are designed to help students advance their education, career and contribution to their profession. Along with experiencing a high-quality education, students will have regular access and interaction with individualized advising and student support, faculty leaders, strong alumni connections and professional networking opportunities.
The Stender School of Business and Technology combines an academic emphasis on liberal arts with experiential learning to create global leaders with strong professional skills who act with integrity and a strong sense of social responsibility.
The School of Education programs foster high academic standards, technological literacy, collaborative partnerships, and a diverse learner perspective. Licensure programs are standards based, designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions characteristic of highly qualified educational professionals.
The School of Arts and Letters is the liberal arts hub of the campus — offering over 20 different programs that are every bit as diverse as the students who take them. Whether it's history, communications, theology or political science, the education will include a level of hands-on experience that will give students an advantage in their field.
The School of Health Sciences is an interprofessional school featuring seven professional studies departments: Athletic Training, Exercise Physiology, , Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies and Social Work. Together, these departments offer a wide range of bachelor's and master's degrees as well as the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. These departments build upon the College's core liberal arts education to prepare graduates for practice in their chosen healthcare profession.
The School of Nursing programs respond to the health care needs of both rural and urban areas, especially underserved populations, and residents with mental health needs. The Doctor of Nursing Practice is offered as a Bachelor's to DNP option for baccalaureate-prepared nurses and as a post-graduate option for current advanced practice nurses. We also offer a Post-Graduate APRN Certificate Program option.
Areas of study offered
Applied Data Analytics, MS
Athletic Training, MS
Exercise Physiology, MS
Health Informatics, MS
Health Information Management, MS
Healthcare Administration, MHA
Leadership and Change, MBA
Nonprofit Leadership, MA
Occupational Therapy, MS
Physician Assistant, MS
Project Management, MS
Rural Healthcare, MBA
Social Work, MSW
Social Work, MSW (advanced standing)
Nursing Practice, BS to DNP
Nursing Practice, DNP (post-graduate)
Physical Therapy, DPT
Physical Therapy - Transitional, DPT
Adult/Gero Nurse Practitioner graduate certificate
Applied Data Analytics graduate certificate
Change Leadership graduate certificate
Chemistry graduate certificate
Computer Science Education graduate certificate
Culturally Responsive Practice graduate certificate
Educational Technology graduate certificate
Family Nurse Practitioner graduate certificate
Health Information Management (HIM) graduate certificate
Healthcare Administration graduate certificate
Healthcare Executive Leadership graduate certificate
Healthcare Informatics graduate certificate
Literacy Instruction graduate certificate
Project Management graduate certificate
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner graduate certificate
Special Education graduate certificate
Licensure preparation programs
Graduate Special Education licensure prep program
Graduate Teaching licensure prep program
Where classes are held
Duluth, St. Cloud or online
The College of St. Scholastica
Office of Graduate and Extended Campus Admission
1200 Kenwood Ave