The University of St. Thomas is a private, coeducational, Catholic, liberal arts university.
The university offers 5 bachelor’s degrees, 108 major fields of study, and 51 minor fields of study. The university offers 53 graduate master degree programs: 1 juris doctor, 3 doctoral, 2 specialist, 4 1st Professional degrees, and 41 graduate certificates. It also offers 9 graduate-level joint- or dual-degree programs.
The university awards the B.A. in 88 fields; B.M. in 3 fields; B.S. in 15 fields; B.S.E.E.; B.S.M.E.; Ed.S. in 2 fields; Ed.D. in 2 fields; J.D.; M.A. in 31 fields; M.B.A. in 3 fields; M.B.C.; M.M.S.E.; M.S. in 9 fields; M.S.S.; M.S.W. in 2 fields; Psy.D; and M.D.I.V. in 3 fields.
Enrollment in the undergraduate program for fall semester 2012 was 6,336. Graduate-level enrollment figures at the university were: College of Arts and Sciences, 147; Opus College of Business, 1,202; St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, 135; School of Education, 1,896; School of Law, 452; School of Social Work, 391; Graduate School of Professional Psychology, 202; Graduate Programs in Software Engineering, 360; Programs in Engineering, 195.
The total undergraduate and graduate enrollment for fall semester 2012 was 10,316.
There are 461 full-time faculty, 405 part-time faculty, and a support staff of 1,125.