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The Family Therapy, Post-MA Certificate (LMFT) is designed for those students possessing a M.A. degree in a mental health field and who want to obtain further education and training on working with diverse couples and families. This program (18 credits) meets the educational and internship requirements for licensure* as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Students take courses in family dynamics, development, counseling and couple’s counseling and are required to complete a Marriage and Family internship.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

An individually designed course of study for software professionals who have already obtained a master's degree in software development or engineering, computer science or equivalent.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators discover the ways that autism spectrum disorders challenge a student in the areas of communication, socialization and behaviors, and affect a student’s thinking and perceiving, sensory processing, and motor, vocational, academic and organizational skills.

Total Program Credits: 34
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: online

Organizations need to manage Big Data as they continue to capture, store, search, share, visualize and analyze massive, unstructured, and complicated data sets. In response to the growing demand to manage Big Data across all sectors (private, public, government and academic), the Graduate Programs in Software department has created the Graduate Certificate in Big Data. This certificate will allow professionals to understand these massive datasets by having the analytics skills needed to work in this high demand field.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Designed for professionals seeking to advance their career or planning a career change as business analysts, systems analysts, project analysts, project managers, software engineers, or quality assurance analysts... Students may use these courses as a base for completing a MS degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

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Elective Credits: 0
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Explore topics like cryptography, computer forensics, security protocols, firewalls, intrusion detection, and honeypots. Students may use these courses as a base for completing a M.S. degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

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Elective Credits: 0
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The Center for Pre-Collegiate Engineering Education prepares future and current P-12 educators to teach engineering and increase their students' technical literacy in an increasing complex world

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Over the past two decades, the Twin Cities have enjoyed a significant rise in Hmong, Hispanic, Somali and other immigrant populations. Since 1979, the number of children speaking a language other than English at home has grown by more than 150 percent. To meet this growing need, the University of St. Thomas is offering an opportunity for licensed teachers to earn their Master of Arts degree in the field of Teacher Education with an Endorsement in English as a Second Language.

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Elective Credits: 0
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In today’s increasingly complex classrooms, teachers are confronted daily with their students’ unique needs. To meet these challenges, teachers need to be prepared to manage, deliver and differentiate instruction for the cognitive, social, and psychological differences of students. Educators with a background in gifted, creative and talented education are leaders in their field. Graduates not only provide direct services to gifted children, they take leadership roles in state organizations for gifted educators and parents, and publish articles in professional journals about their own work and research.

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Elective Credits: 0
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Designed for professionals who wish to better understand software design and development. Students may use courses as a base for completing a MS degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

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Graduate students will gain new insights into globalization issues and corresponding leadership challenges while enhancing their leadership skills and cultural competencies. This is especially important at a time when employers are looking for culturally literate leaders.

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Elective Credits: 0
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The key to the vitality of higher educational institutions is dedicated, energetic, and highly qualified leaders in student affairs. Professionals in admissions, residence life, student activities, campus ministry, financial aid and academic advising work side-by-side with faculty and staff to create a dynamic learning environment for all students. Through collective efforts, the people of a campus make the unique mission and culture of their college, community college or university come alive.

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Elective Credits: 0
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Educators learn to instruct and evaluate a range of K-12 learners, from those who are emergent in basic skills through transition-based learners preparing for postsecondary life. LD students also typically earn the UST certificate in Orton Gillingham Reading Methodology.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This certificate stresses the writing process, audience analysis and the organization of content with the goal of helping participants develop skills in style and rhetoric that lead to clear, concise, forceful prose.

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Elective Credits: 0
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The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Manufacturing Leadership Certificate designed to meet the needs of those wanting to improve manufacturing quality and methods by managing people and the supply chain more effectively. We recommend that students have a basic manufacturing knowledge.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
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The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Manufacturing Systems Certificate designed to meet the needs of those who want a basic understanding of manufacturing systems and methods.

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Elective Credits: 0
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A specialized study of the wide range of communications activities used in selling and promoting products and services, providing participants with a broad understanding of successful communication strategies that drive advertising, public relations, sales promotions and direct marketing.

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Elective Credits: 0
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The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Medical Device Certificate designed to meet the needs of this rapidly growing industry. A committee of medical industry professionals and UST faculty developed the curriculum to support the unique needs of people currently working in or just beginning a career in this industry. As with any rapidly growing industry, applied education that can be put to use immediately is extremely important. The Medical Device Certificate offers applied education in the common areas of medical device development and manufacture.

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Elective Credits: 0
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This certificate program is designed to assist educators in learning to understand their students' cultural identities, recognize the environments from which their students come, relate to the parents and communities of all students and apply culturally appropriate practices in instructional strategies and curriculum development.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Orton-Gillingham reading approach incorporates intensive phonics-based instruction with specific teaching methodology. It is an approach often recommended for school-age and adult learners who are nonreaders or who have reading or writing language skill disabilities. Educators who have mastered this approach are most likely to become master educators of other reading techniques.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

A self-designed certificate that allows participants to build a expertise in a broad range of communication practices.

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Elective Credits: 0
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The Public Policy and Leadership program provides students with the knowledge base and leadership skills required in today’s increasingly policy-driven environment.

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Elective Credits: 0
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This certificate program examines public relations principles and practice in the business world, including an exploration of crafting a consistent organizational message.

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Elective Credits: 0
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Designed for professionals interested in state-of-the-art knowledge in software development. Student may use these courses as a base for completing a MS degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

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Elective Credits: 0
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Successfully managing paraprofessionals can be challenging and rewarding. With proven tools and skills offered through our new certificate program, teachers who direct paraprofessionals can create an efficient system focusing on: Functional roles and responsibilities Accurate planning and scheduling Designing high level instructional student support

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Technology Leadership Certificate designed to meet the needs of those wanting to improve manufacturing quality and methods by managing people and the supply chain more effectively. We recommend that students have a basic manufacturing knowledge.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators specializing in Twice Exceptional Education (2X) learn to identify, provide services for, and develop/administer programs for children with dual exceptionalities. The focus includes children with gifts plus a learning disability, emotional/behavioral disability, attention deficit disorder with/without hyperactivity or autism spectrum disorder.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This interdisciplinary, collaborative program is tailored for working professionals. It is premised on a broadly liberal arts set of theoretical assumptions and a case-based approach to real-life leadership issues and practices.

Total Program Credits: 66
Elective Credits: 24
Categories: traditional

In this program, learn to create successful strategies for change. Students learn to apply advanced research methods, behavioral science approaches and leading practices to the day-to-day and strategic needs of an organization.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
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The Doctorate of Social Work is designed to fill a gap in social work doctoral education as the first program to focus on preparing social work faculty specifically for university-level teaching and leadership in higher education. Strong social work practitioners with an MSW degree will gain the skills and credentials to teach and lead in the social work profession and become stewards of the discipline.

Total Program Credits: 45
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: blended

Students develop a strong foundation and understanding of leadership in education, helping them analyze and implement sound administrative policy, create successful strategies for change and put into service leading practices for the day-to-day needs of your schools. The degree leads to licensure as a principal.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

A part-time program at Minnesota’s only private AACSB accredited university that gets you where you want to be. Whether you aspire to change careers, move up in your organization or enhance your skills in your current position, the Evening UST MBA gives you the skills, confidence and personal support you need to succeed and excel.

Total Program Credits: 51
Elective Credits: 18
Categories: traditional

In the Executive UST MBA program, we know that business professionals who can think strategically and implement their vision with integrity can ensure their organization’s ongoing success. Weekend courses create an intensive, goal-oriented environment, providing you with tools, strategies and insights you can apply immediately in your professional life.

Total Program Credits: 50
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Full-time UST MBA program delivers all the elements of a prestigious MBA program – rigorous curriculum, extensive business connections and a world-class faculty. In all it does, the Opus College of Business never forgets its vision: to excel in educating highly principled global business leaders.

Total Program Credits: 61
Elective Credits: 21
Categories: traditional

Understand health care through a business lens and business through a health care lens. Delivered via an innovative combination of on-campus and distance learning, the Health Care UST MBA connects you with experienced faculty and talented peers from all sectors of the industry. The resulting program allows you to seize opportunities to innovate and create value in the health care system.

Total Program Credits: 54
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

In the joint JD-MA program offered by the Department of Catholic Studies and the St. Thomas School of Law, students earn two graduate degrees (in Law and Catholic Studies, respectively; a total of 97 credits), in less time than it would take to earn the two degrees separately. Full-time students can expect to complete the joint program in three and one-half to four years of study. Students must apply for each program separately and meet all admissions requirements in both Law and Catholic Studies. Students typically enroll in the School of Law before applying for the Master of Arts degree in Catholic Studies.

Total Program Credits: 70
Elective Credits: 20
Categories: traditional

In the joint Juris Doctor/Master of Arts in Public Policy & Leadership program students will develop an understanding of the intersections of law and policy, while gaining new tools for effectively engaging in policy reform. These tools include: policy analysis, analytical skills, ethical leadership, and social justice advocacy. Students will be prepared to serve in leadership roles in government, nonprofit management, and educational institutions.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Our unique mission of integrating faith and reason in the search for truth through a focus on morality and social justice is the foundation on which we build a community that emphasizes professional excellence and servant leadership.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
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UST’s joint Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration program is designed for students interested in developing their business acumen as well as understanding the legal framework in which markets operate. The JD/MBA program compresses a five-year program of study into four years by allowing some elective courses to count toward each program’s graduation requirements. Students may begin the program in the fall semester only.

Total Program Credits: 61
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas School of Law has established itself not only as an outstanding law school but also as an exceptional place to be a law student. The School of Law was ranked from number 1 to number 4 for the “Best Quality of Life for Students” by the Princeton Review for five straight years from 2004 to 2009.

Total Program Credits: 88
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators learn to teach students whose emotional and/or behavioral disabilities interfere with their acquisition of academic, vocational and social skills. Educators gain knowledge and skills in differentiating instruction, assessing challenging behavior and implementing effective classroom management and positive behavior support. The program emphasizes collaboration with families, teachers, specialized service providers and mental health agencies.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators who are Academic Behavioral Strategists (ABS) evaluate and specially design instruction for children and youth from kindergarten through age 21. They work to assist children and youth with mild to moderate needs in the areas of academics, behavior, social, emotional, communication and functional performance. These students come from the primary disability areas of autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, emotional behavioral disorders, other health disabilities and learning disabilities.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators discover the ways that autism spectrum disorders challenge a student in the areas of communication, socialization and behaviors, and affect a student’s thinking and perceiving, sensory processing, and motor, vocational, academic and organizational skills.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: online

Chemistry educators provide learners in grades 9-12 a critical link between physics and natural sciences while helping them understand matter at its most fundamental level. In addition to an initial licensure, Chemistry teachers often also earn an endorsement in general science, qualifying them to teach in grades 5-8, both high-demand fields.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators in the field of Communication Arts and Literature teach learners in grades 5-12 a wide variety of oral and written communication skills. Their learners also begin to understand the plethora of ways in which humans communicate and learn about the world through the study of literature. In addition to being prepared to teach communication arts and literature, graduates of this program can take their ability to teach communication skills into the business, governmental and non-profit worlds.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators gain the knowledge and skills to assess student strengths and needs and to design effective instruction for individuals with developmental disabilities. The provision of meaningful curriculum and a collaborative team approach that promotes interdependence, productivity and inclusion into the community is emphasized.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Education leaders today deal with rapidly changing environments and need to be able to collaborate with others to develop sound policies, listen well to and manage diverse points of view and think critically while acting ethically. This program is designed for individuals with a master’s degree in educational leadership looking to fulfill required competencies for a K-12 Principal licensure, Superintendent licensure or Director of Special Education licensure.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators learn to assess and provide high quality instruction for infants, toddlers and preschoolers with motor, sensory, health, communication, social-emotional or cognitive disabilities. An emphasis is placed on working as collaborative team members with families and professionals so that children ages B-6 with disabilities can thrive in their natural environments.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Earth-space science is a broad course of study that draws from many disciplines – including physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics – to build a comprehensive understanding of how the earth, its systems and the cosmos in which it exists all work.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Elementary educators work with young learners (K-6), teaching basic skills and knowledge that form the foundation of learning. Teaching at this level requires a unique combination of content knowledge, pedagogy, understanding of individual development and learning styles, and familiarity with learners’ families and communities.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

In this program, you will study leading-edge reading research, theory and practice that can immediately apply to your classroom. You also will learn to develop literacy strategies, reading skills, comprehension processes and assessment, and remediation techniques.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in health education help learners (5-12) develop psychomotor skills, understand how the human body works, and build and maintain good health overall.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Students in this program gain the skills needed to teach students to play brass, woodwind, string and percussion instruments. Music teachers are able to share that knowledge with learners in grades K-12 and are also prepared to teach general music courses, helping their learners develop a greater appreciation of music in all its forms. Musical training can reduce stress; improve memory; increase time management, organizational and team-building skills; and improve overall academic performance.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators learn to instruct and evaluate a range of K-12 learners, from those who are emergent in basic skills through transition-based learners preparing for postsecondary life. LD students also typically earn the UST certificate in Orton Gillingham Reading Methodology.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Life science brings together the scientific disciplines that study living things, including biology, botany, genetics, medical science, psychiatry and zoology. Together, these disciplines seek to understand how living things exist and interact.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Family Therapy, Post-MA Certificate (LMFT) is designed for those students possessing a M.A. degree in a mental health field and who want to obtain further education and training on working with diverse couples and families.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in this content area help students understand mathematics in its many forms, including algebra, geometry and calculus. You will learn to help students apply these skills, relieve “math anxiety” and realize their mathematical ability. These skill sets are in high demand in the workplace, increasing the demand for high quality math teachers.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in this area help learners in grades K-12 learn the basic skills of activities that can lead to physical fitness throughout their lives. In addition, these teachers help them understand the value of physical activity and fitness as an element of overall health management.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers prepared in this content area work with learners in grades 9-12, engaging them as they discover the wonders of physics.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Licensees (LPC or LPCC) needing to complete graduate-level coursework (up to 12 credits) for the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT) can meet this requirement by enrolling in a wide array of courses.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Licensees (LPC or LPCC) needing to complete graduate-level coursework (up to 12 credits) for the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy (BBHT) can meet this requirement by enrolling in a wide array of courses.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This graduate-level endorsement program will prepare teachers to help learners in grades K-12 improve their reading proficiency and comprehension. The program is designed for classroom teachers who want to sharpen their skills and increase the effectiveness of their reading instruction or to work as a literacy leader/coach or a reading intervention/remediation provider.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Social studies is a broad content area that includes the core disciplines of history, political science, geography, economics, psychology and sociology. Teachers in the area of social studies have the critical role of helping learners understand their own society as well as the global community.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Effective in July 1987, the Minnesota legislature passed legislation that provides for licensure of social workers at four levels. The licensing statute in Minnesota is both a title and practice act. The four levels of licensure are Licensed Social Worker (LSW), Licensed Graduate Social Worker (LGSW), Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW), and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW).

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in this area have developed the skills and gained the experience needed to lead choral ensembles and to teach general music classes for grades K-12.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Social studies is a broad content area that includes the core disciplines of history, political science, geography, economics, psychology and sociology. Teachers in the area of social studies have the critical role of helping learners understand their own society as well as the global community. In addition to being prepared to teach social studies in grades 5-12, graduates of this program can bring a unique understanding of culture, history and economics to business settings.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Chemistry educators provide learners in grades 9-12 a critical link between physics and natural sciences while helping them understand matter at its most fundamental level. In addition to an initial licensure, Chemistry teachers often also earn an endorsement in general science, qualifying them to teach in grades 5-8, both high-demand fields.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators in the field of Communication Arts and Literature teach learners in grades 5-12 a wide variety of oral and written communication skills. Their learners also begin to understand the plethora of ways in which humans communicate and learn about the world through the study of literature. In addition to being prepared to teach communication arts and literature, graduates of this program can take their ability to teach communication skills into the business, governmental and non-profit worlds.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Earth-space science is a broad course of study that draws from many disciplines – including physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics – to build a comprehensive understanding of how the earth, its systems and the cosmos in which it exists all work. Teachers in this content area help learners in grades 9-12 understand our home planet and its environment in space. Teachers often also earn an endorsement in general science, qualifying them to teach in grades 5-8.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in health education help learners (5-12) develop psychomotor skills, understand how the human body works, and build and maintain good health overall. In addition, teachers in health encourage healthy behaviors in children and youth who may feel invincible, while helping their learners see their responsibility in the choices they make.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Students in this program gain the skills needed to teach students to play brass, woodwind, string and percussion instruments. Music teachers are able to share that knowledge with learners in grades K-12 and are also prepared to teach general music courses, helping their learners develop a greater appreciation of music in all its forms. Musical training can reduce stress; improve memory; increase time management, organizational and team-building skills; and improve overall academic performance.

Total Program Credits: 33
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Life science brings together the scientific disciplines that study living things, including biology, botany, genetics, medical science, psychiatry and zoology. Together, these disciplines seek to understand how living things exist and interact. Science teachers are in high demand at all levels. Preparation in this program leads to a grades 9-12 teaching license, but by adding an endorsement in general science those completing this program can teach in grades 5-12.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in this content area help students understand mathematics in its many forms, including algebra, geometry and calculus. You will learn to help students apply these skills, relieve “math anxiety” and realize their mathematical ability. These skillsets are in high demand in the workplace, increasing the demand for high quality math teachers.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in this area help learners in grades K-12 learn the basic skills of activities that can lead to physical fitness throughout their lives. In addition, these teachers help them understand the value of physical activity and fitness as an element of overall health management.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

One of the oldest academic disciplines, physics focuses on the motion, energy and force of matter. Teachers prepared in this content area work with learners in grades 9-12, engaging them as they discover the wonders of physics. By adding an endorsement in general science, program completers can also teach science in grades 5-8. Both levels of science are high demand educational fields.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This graduate-level endorsement program will prepare teachers to help learners in grades K-12 improve their reading proficiency and comprehension. The program is designed for classroom teachers who want to sharpen their skills and increase the effectiveness of their reading instruction or to work as a literacy leader/coach or a reading intervention/remediation provider.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Social studies is a broad content area that includes the core disciplines of history, political science, geography, economics, psychology and sociology. Teachers in the area of social studies have the critical role of helping learners understand their own society as well as the global community. In addition to being prepared to teach social studies in grades 5-12, graduates of this program can bring a unique understanding of culture, history and economics to business settings.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Teachers in this area have developed the skills and gained the experience needed to lead choral ensembles and to teach general music classes for grades K-12. In addition to building their own musical skills, they have learned the musical pedagogy that will help them transfer those skills to their learners.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Learning language offers a means by which we understand the world in which we live. Teachers of French, German or Spanish teach learners in grades K-12 how to speak, read and write their chosen world language. In addition, world language teachers help their learners understand the cultures in which these languages are spoken, facilitating their transformation into global citizens.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators who are Academic Behavioral Strategists (ABS) evaluate and specially design instruction for children and youth from kindergarten through age 21. They work to assist children and youth with mild to moderate needs in the areas of academics, behavior, social, emotional, communication and functional performance. These students come from the primary disability areas of autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, emotional behavioral disorders, other health disabilities and learning disabilities.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts in Art History provides intensive training in the history of art and its methodologies. It combines in-depth research and theoretical scholarship with many opportunities for practical training in museums, galleries and beyond. Our program emphasizes the contextual exploration of visual and material culture in a number of diverse art historical areas.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 18
Categories: traditional

Educators discover the ways that autism spectrum disorders challenge a student in the areas of communication, socialization and behaviors, and affect a student’s thinking and perceiving, sensory processing, and motor, vocational, academic and organizational skills.

Total Program Credits: 34
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: online

The Master of Arts degree in Catholic Studies is an advanced course of study that provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary understanding of Catholicism and of the Catholic intellectual tradition. The program explores the truth, beauty, and vitality of Catholicism as it has permeated disciplines and cultures throughout time.

Total Program Credits: 33
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

This program provides the opportunity to learn important skills in leadership, management, public relations, program management, evaluation and assessment. Plus, St. Thomas offers one of the nation’s few master’s degree programs in community education.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts program in Counseling Psychology is led by full-time faculty and incorporates the practitioner-scholar model, where clinical application and practice is the primary focus. Students in this program will be introduced to a variety of psychological theories and techniques; pursue practicum experiences congruent with career goals; be prepared to take the test for licensure in Minnesota as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); and be prepared to work as a counselor in a variety of mental health, counseling and human service settings.

Total Program Credits: 48
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This program will enhance your skills in designing, developing, implementing and evaluating curriculum and instruction.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

Educators gain the knowledge and skills to assess student strengths and needs and to design effective instruction for individuals with developmental disabilities. The provision of meaningful curriculum and a collaborative team approach that promotes interdependence, productivity and inclusion into the community is emphasized.

Total Program Credits: 37
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators learn to assess and provide high quality instruction for infants, toddlers and preschoolers with motor, sensory, health, communication, social-emotional or cognitive disabilities. An emphasis is placed on working as collaborative team members with families and professionals so that children ages B-6 with disabilities can thrive in their natural environments.

Total Program Credits: 37
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Designed to help you understand leadership as primarily practiced in schools, this program will help you understand and analyze administrative practices and procedures. It serves as an ideal introductory program for those interesting in exploring their interest in leadership.

Total Program Credits: 31
Elective Credits: 21
Categories: traditional

Elementary educators work with young learners (K-6), teaching basic skills and knowledge that form the foundation of learning. Teaching at this level requires a unique combination of content knowledge, pedagogy, understanding of individual development and learning styles, and familiarity with learners’ families and communities.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Educators learn to teach students whose emotional and/or behavioral disabilities interfere with their acquisition of academic, vocational and social skills. Educators gain knowledge and skills in differentiating instruction, assessing challenging behavior and implementing effective classroom management and positive behavior support. The program emphasizes collaboration with families, teachers, specialized service providers and mental health agencies.

Total Program Credits: 37
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts in English program offers small evening classes taught by faculty who are committed classroom teachers and active literary scholars. Varied course offerings prepare students for many possible paths. Focusing on both canonical and emergent literatures, and including a range of theoretical approaches the program provides a good foundation for doctoral studies and courses to develop the expertise of current and future teachers.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 15
Categories: traditional

In this program, you will study leading-edge reading research, theory and practice that can immediately apply to your classroom. You also will learn to develop literacy strategies, reading skills, comprehension processes and assessment, and remediation techniques.

Total Program Credits: 34
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Educators gain an understanding of their students’ diverse educational needs and discover how to manage, deliver and differentiate instruction for the cognitive, social, and psychological development of exceptional students.

Total Program Credits: 31
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

You will learn how to effectively manage change, innovation and conflicts as well as to design effective learning programs and have a strong understanding of business principles and human resource functionality.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts degree in International Leadership program enhances students' capacity for global leadership in combination with a solid understanding of cross-cultural issues. It focuses on international education, economic, health care and political development and underdevelopment.

Total Program Credits: 31
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Designed by practicing student affairs professionals and university faculty, this program combines a theoretical approach with current best practices. You will join other professionals interested in shaping the future of student affairs practice, particularly in liberal arts, residential, values oriented colleges and universities. With approval, credits may be applied to education specialist or doctoral programs.

Total Program Credits: 42
Elective Credits: 3
Categories: traditional

Educators learn to instruct and evaluate a range of K-12 learners, from those who are emergent in basic skills through transition-based learners preparing for postsecondary life. LD students also typically earn the UST certificate in Orton Gillingham Reading Methodology.

Total Program Credits: 34
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts in Music Education is designed for professional music educators who wish to strengthen their classroom teaching effectiveness by combining theoretical and applied study in a graduate program. Designed by teachers for teachers, the M.A. Degree is a stimulating alternative to traditional graduate study.

Total Program Credits: 33
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry (MAPM) provides the opportunity, in a systemic way, to consistently think through the relationship between theology and pastoral life. This 48-credit program incorporates rigorous theological formation with spiritual and ministerial formation activities, including a ministry internship.

Total Program Credits: 48
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

Ethical, effective leadership is a core component woven throughout everything you will learn. This collaborative program focuses on theory as it practically applies to real world experience. Because the program’s emphasis is on state and local government, you will be primed for success in the Minnesota policy environment. Through this program, you will build a network of colleagues who will become lifelong contacts throughout your career.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

This program is designed to broaden and enhance law enforcement professionals’ initial understanding of their work. It focuses on supervision and leadership theory that combine knowledge, integrity and collaboration.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: online

The Master of Arts in Religious Education (MARE) is a 42-credit program which provides an integrated approach to the professional and spiritual development of those serving the Church in administering or teaching religious education programs in schools and parishes.

Total Program Credits: 45
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Designed for teachers who want to communicate, design and implement technological innovations into the classroom and community, throughout this program you will discover the pedagogical applications of learning technology needed to become technological change agents.

Total Program Credits: 33
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

The Master of Arts in Theology (MAT) is a researched-based, 36-credit program that develops competence in addressing theology through an understanding of various theological methods and through proficiency in research and theological argumentation.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

St. Thomas’ graduate program in accounting continues our strong tradition of almost 100 years of excellence in accounting education. The program is designed for students with an undergraduate accounting major or its equivalent who want to gain a competitive edge by earning the added credential of a graduate degree while meeting the 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure.

Total Program Credits: 34
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Prepares students for careers in the emerging and high-growth fields of data science and Big Data. It combines in-depth understanding with hands-on skills, technologies, techniques, and analysis tools for data science. Graduates of this program will have the theoretical, practical, and comprehensive knowledge to manage and analyze large-scale, complex data to enable efficient data-driven discoveries and decisions.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Electrical Engineering program is for those interested in advanced engineering concepts. Study is hands-on and industry oriented. Courses cover the areas of Power Systems - legacy, alternative, and distributed - and Power Electronics plus Electric Machines, Communications, Networks & Signals, Controls, and Embedded Systems

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas School of Engineering (UST) and the Department of Fire Protection Engineering at the University of Maryland (UMD) have announced a collaboration of on-line and on campus courses in a Masters Program in Fire Protection Engineering. Students can take 2 of the 10 required courses for the UMD Masters program in the School of Engineering and have them directly apply to their UMD masters degree.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: blended

The MS Degree in Information Technology provides students with relevant, practical and applicable knowledge in Information Technology and Information Systems. The program provides students with the appropriate mix of technical, professional and business skills. Graduates of this program will be equipped to bridge the gap between roles in software development/management and software technology infrastructure. Although helpful, you do not have to have a background in computing to apply.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 9
Categories: traditional

As manufacturing becomes increasingly knowledge-based and global, companies demand more of their professionals. Engineers need to be specialized experts with broad systems and business understanding. Our Manufacturing Engineering & Operations graduate programs will help you tophoto of student in class develop the technical depth and leadership breadth for engineering management positions.

Total Program Credits: 39
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering is intended for people who need to design, develop and manage large complex systems in our modern world. Systems Engineering is defined for this degree as a creative human activity in which engineers design and develop complex interconnections of devices, sub-systems, and components to meet human needs.

Total Program Credits: 39
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Mechanical Engineering is a technical Masters program for those interested in advanced engineering concepts and tools. Study covers the areas of Energy and Power Systems, Fluids and Heat Transfer, Engineering Thermodynamics, Product Design, Modeling and Simulation, Project Management and Manufacturing.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Everything needs a foundation – even a career in real estate. The Master of Science Degree in Real Estate provides you with the skills and credibility you need to differentiate yourself in a competitive industry. Students learn in a two-year individualized program that includes part-time evening courses that are immersed in the regional real estate market and comprehensive coverage of real estate financial and quantitative decision making.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

The Regulatory Science Master’s Program was developed in consultation with industry leaders. It embodies the flexibility, quality instruction and career enhancement opportunities that University of St. Thomas graduates have realized over the years.

Total Program Credits: 33
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Focusing on current software engineering concepts and methodologies, a master's degree in Software Engineering provides an opportunity for the hands-on developer to enhance their expertise in systems software development and applied research. Although helpful, you do not have to have a background in computing to apply.

Total Program Credits: 42
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This program provides students with the most relevant, practical, and applicable knowledge available in software engineering as well as taking business classes from the Evening UST MBA program. This gives our graduates both management and software engineering skills to analyze business situations and propose, plan and manage rigorous software development strategies and efforts to fulfill organizational objectives. Although helpful, you do not have to have a background in computing to apply.

Total Program Credits: 42
Elective Credits: 18
Categories: traditional

The Manufacturing Engineering track leads to the degree Master of Manufacturing Systems Engineering. The program is directed to developing engineers that can demonstrate leadership and applied engineering skills in the manufacturing field. Coursework focuses on manufacturing design, engineering problem solving and decision making and able to create a competitive advantage in the workplace.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

At St. Thomas, Technology Management develops leaders – leaders with skills, knowledge, and vision. It also goes the next step, ensuring that those leaders not only have the engineering competence to know what needs doing but also have the personal confidence and initiative to make it happen. Armed with technological know-how, technology managers are skilled at assessing the situation and asking the right questions to understand the challenge, and developing and applying solutions.

Total Program Credits: 45
Elective Credits: 15
Categories: traditional

Graduate Programs in Software and the Evening UST MBA, allow students of either program to earn both degrees, saving time and money over earning the two degrees separately. You will receive two separate degrees and two separate diplomas.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The UST Master of Business Communication program offers the very best graduate-level preparation for those working in or planning to work in marketing, advertising, public relations, corporate and internal communications—any field in which effective communication and business acumen are critical to success. Program flexibility is achieved through a 15-course, part-time, evening format.

Total Program Credits: 45
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) for lay students, a 90-credit program, offers a more intensive theological formation beyond the MAPM and includes a Clinical Pastoral Education requirement.

Total Program Credits: 90
Elective Credits: 13
Categories: traditional

The Master of Divinity (M.Div.) is a comprehensive graduate degree program that prepares seminarians for priestly ministry in the Roman Catholic Church.

Total Program Credits: 128
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

Grounded in the principles of dignity and respect for all persons, we prepare clinical social workers for reflective practice, supervision, leadership and practice-focused research with a commitment to critical inquiry, cultural responsiveness and social justice.

The joint MSW program with St. Catherine University and University of St. Thomas focuses on clinical social work practice with individuals, families and small groups. Through the development of core competencies in practice, graduates are prepared to address problems including poverty, discrimination, mental illness, developmental disability and oppression. Demonstrated mastery of knowledge and practice skills prepare graduates for licensure at the clinical level.

Total Program Credits: 60
Elective Credits: 9
Categories: traditional

Education leaders today deal with rapidly changing environments and need to be able to collaborate with others to develop sound policies, listen well to and manage diverse points of view and think critically while acting ethically. This program is designed for individuals with a master’s degree in educational leadership looking to fulfill required competencies for a K-12 Principal licensure, Superintendent licensure or Director of Special Education licensure.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Doctoral Program in Counseling Psychology is designed to build on previous training in psychology and prepare professionals for a variety of work settings. Primarily, Psy.D. graduates pursue licensure for the practice of psychology and provide counseling, psychotherapy, assessment, supervision, administration, teaching and evaluation.

Total Program Credits: 72
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Education leaders today deal with rapidly changing environments and need to be able to collaborate with others to develop sound policies, listen well to and manage diverse points of view and think critically while acting ethically. This program is designed for individuals with a master’s degree in educational leadership looking to fulfill required competencies for a K-12 Principal licensure, Superintendent licensure or Director of Special Education licensure.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional