Graduate programs at College of Saint Mary arise from society's need for individuals prepared as multi-dimensional leaders. Graduate programs support the CSM mission and are characterized by advanced educational processes whereby the capabilities and leadership potential of the individual are more fully developed. These educational processes are designed to provide experiences necessary to foster development as scholars, researchers, and effective communicators; to think critically and creatively, evaluate scholarly literature, solve problems, and improve practices in their fields and/or organizations. College of Saint Mary masters and doctoral graduates possess skills necessary to provide leadership in a variety of settings, to work collaboratively with others and to make ethical decisions and judgments.
- Doctor of Education
- Educational Leadership
- Doctor of Occupational Therapy
- Doctor of Physical Therapy
- Master of Arts in Teaching
- Master of Science in Kinesiology & Exercise Science
- Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
- Five-year combined Bachelor degree in Human Biology or other major with the required prerequisites/Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies.
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies for students with bachelor or higher degree
- Master in Occupational Therapy
- Five year combined undergraduate/master’s program
- Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Paralegal Studies (must hold Bachelor degree in some field)
In accordance with Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972, College of Saint Mary admits women and men into all post-baccalaureate programs, including graduate programs. All students, regardless of gender, are given the same levels of support, guidance and education that have distinguished CSM's all-women's undergraduate programs.