TUITION: $752 per unit; $736 DPT; $34,436 MBA total program.
Dr. Linda A. Moody, Graduate Dean
The Graduate Division of Mount St. Mary's College welcomes women and men of all ages into its advanced and professional degree and certificate programs in Business, Education, Humanities, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Psychology, and Religious Studies. Mount St. Mary’s graduate students have the opportunity to study with committed faculty dedicated not only to mentoring students through degree completion but also to guiding them into internships and toward career objectives as scholars and professionals.
Students who choose Mount St. Mary's College for graduate study find an innovative academic environment where they can gain the specialized knowledge they need to advance their personal and career objectives. As you work toward your degree, you will be guided by faculty with the highest academic credentials, librarians who understand the research needs of today’s graduate students, and dedicated student services professionals. With a caring community, central location, and small classes offered at convenient times, graduate students at the Mount can easily incorporate their educational growth into their personal and professional lives.
Balancing professional and personal commitments is no small feat and Mount St. Mary's graduate courses are designed specifically to fit into students’ busy lives. Each program offers classes either during evenings or on the weekends. (The one exception is the Doctor of Physical Therapy program which offers weekday classes only). Some nursing coursework is even available online. Whether in the evenings, weekends, or online, the Mount’s focused and intensive classes allow students to expand their knowledge without inconvenience to the rest of their lives.
Mount St. Mary’s respected educational tradition stretches back to 1925, and the College’s innovative graduate programs are designed to help students achieve career success in a variety of fields. Instruction at the Mount is rooted in a desire to give students the tools they need to thrive in their chosen professions, while always maintaining a commitment to ethical practice and community involvement. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked Mount St. Mary’s among the Top 20 regional universities with master program in the West! You are invited to learn more about the Mount’s programs as you explore your educational opportunities. You will be welcomed into a community of scholars, teachers, mentors, students, and friends.
M.A.: Humanities, Religious Studies.
M.S.: Counseling Psychology, Elementary Education, Instructional Leadership, Secondary Education, Special Education (Mild/Moderate Disabilities).
A.D.N. to M.S.N.
D.P.T.: Physical Therapy.