Plans for fall 2020 course delivery in Saint Mary’s Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs (SGPP) are taking shape. The university has decided to offer a majority of its SGPP courses online with some specific programs being offered on-ground. Courses being offered on-ground include those courses in the DBA program and select courses in a few graduate programs. Program directors are continuing to assess the needs of faculty and students and adjust accordingly.
The university is continuing to assess the needs of students and adjusting accordingly. Students who are at high risk are invited to fill out this form by Saturday, Aug. 1. Online components will be offered for students who need special accommodations. All courses...
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A total of 609 adult learners will graduate from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and its Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs on Friday, July 17, at 7 p.m. during a virtual ceremony. The ceremony can be viewed at...
Starting in July, Saint Mary’s will offer an online instructor certification for all instructors. This series of three, four-week courses will help ensure faculty are equipped to offer online education informed by best practices.
WINONA, Minn. — As a direct response to market research and an identified need in the workforce, Saint Mary’s University has announced its plan to establish a B.S. in Nursing program in fall 2021 at its Winona Campus. The university is currently renovating its Adducci...
Mallory Knipe, DSW, associate professor in the Master of Social Work program, joined Saint Mary’s University on May 4.
Recent news articles featured Saint Mary’s on topics including university plans for fall, how COVID-19 is affecting healthcare professionals, data from GeoSpatial Services, and Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts online programs.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Saint Mary’s is delivering all summer 2020 coursework remotely. The pass/no credit option made available for the spring 2020 semester is being extended for the summer 2020 semester for all schools and all programs.
The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) recently published a piece by Michael Hahn, Ph.D., assistant professor and the Character and Virtue Education program director.
This spring, the Academic Continuity Planning Group initiated a survey of faculty and students seeking feedback on the remote teaching measures taken by the university to ensure the safety of the Saint Mary’s community during the spring COVID-19 response.