Organization of the University

Undergraduate

College of Arts and Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences includes undergraduate departments in the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences, plus a number of interdisciplinary programs.

Opus College of Business

The Opus College of Business has seven departments offering undergraduate curricula in an interdisciplinary setting. It is home to a variety of centers offering credit and noncredit seminars and continuing-education programs.

School of Education

The School of Education offers undergraduate courses and curricula for elementary and secondary teacher licensures.

School of Engineering

The School of Engineering offers fully accredited degree programs in mechanical and electrical engineering. The School is committed to developing complete engineers who have a sound Liberal Arts foundation combined with extensive hands-on experience and strong technical skills. (more information is available at www. stthomas.edu/engineering/) 

School of Social Work

The School of Social Work offers undergraduate courses and curricula for social work and chemical dependency counseling.

Graduate

College of Arts and Sciences

Master’s-level programs are offered in Art History, Catholic Studies, English, and Music Education.

Opus College of Business

The Opus College of Business offers seven degree programs at the graduate level. It is home to a variety of centers offering credit and noncredit seminars and continuing-education programs.

St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity

The St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity offers master’s- and doctoral-level degrees oriented to theological study and the practice of ministry. The school also offers a two-year pre-theology program for priesthood candidates who require additional preparation.

College of Education, Leadership & Counseling

Graduate study leading to certificates, master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral degrees is offered. Master’s- and doctoral-level degrees are offered in counseling psychology. A certificate in family psychology also is offered.

School of Engineering

St. Thomas graduate engineering programs have served students and regional industries since 1986. The School of Engineering offers graduate degrees in manufacturing engineering, mechanical engineering, systems engineering, technology management, and regulatory science. (more information is available at www. stthomas.edu/engineering/) 

School of Law

The School of Law was reopened in 1999 after a 66-year hiatus. The first class of 120 students was accepted in fall 2001. Full accreditation by the American Bar Association was granted in 2006.

School of Social Work

The Master of Social Work, offered as a joint degree program with St. Catherine University, is designed to provide advanced professional study in social work. Dual-degree programs are offered in cooperation with Luther Seminary, the Department of Theology at St. Catherine University, and the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.