Mini Master's Programs in Big Data, Business Analysis, and Information Technology

What is a Mini Master?

A Mini Master program consists of easy-to-understand, timely and relevant lectures communicated to you by our University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Software faculty and industry experts. It is a non-credit professional development lecture series that earns you CEU's (continuing education units). 

Each lecture topic is delivered in three-hours by a different instructor. You will have the opportunity to network with your peers and gain knowledge of a wide variety of industry relevant topics.

We offer our Mini Master’s programs in a week-long format that allows you to add this credential to your resume quickly. At the end of the week, you will receive a certificate of completion with CEU’s earned. And unlike taking a university course, there is no homework or any tests to take. Simply complete your registration and payment, and you will be ready to take your Mini Master’s program.

Next Scheduled Mini Master's Offered June 2018:

  • Mini Master of Big Data: June 4 - 7, 2018 
    Data can help companies improve their operations and make faster, more intelligent business decisions. The Mini Master of Big Data is a response to the expansive growth in data and the corresponding need to store, search, share and analyze massive data sets.

  • Mini Master of Business AnalysisJune 4 - 7, 2018 
    Designed for professionals wanting to enhance their understanding of the topics related to the roles, responsibilities, and skills necessary to be an effective business analyst or project manager.

  • Mini Master of Information Technology: June 11 - 14, 2018 
    Designed for anyone from any profession who wants a better understanding of the critical and cutting edge topics, current practices and issues in information technology and how these topics impact their organization.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Register by May 20, 2018 and pay only $1,995 per program (that's a $500 savings off the regular price of $2,495)!

Questions? Please complete the form to the right so we may follow up with you. Or contact Tina Hansen, Program Manager at 651-962-5755 or email hans8916@stthomas.edu .