Finish What You Started
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota's bachelor's completion programs are specially designed for working adults, allowing you to pick up where you left off and complete your degree in less time than you imagined.
Even if your last course was 15 years ago, we’ll recognize your experiences and look for ways to build on them, in a completely supportive community that gets you. When you enroll in a Saint Mary’s bachelor’s completion program, you’ll set goals and we’ll work alongside you to reach them and set new goals you never even imagined.
Bachelor's Completion Programs
See below for our bachelor's completion program offerings. Programs are offered at various locations, most commonly at our Twin Cities Campus. Many are also offered in Rochester, Winona, Apple Valley, and Oakdale.
Fall open houses set for adults interested in returning to schoolMINNEAPOLIS, Minn.—Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will host fall open house/information sessions in various Twin Cities’ locations for adults who want to learn more about our many graduate and professional school program options. The events, which are free and open to the public, are as follows: Tuesday, Sept. 19, from 5 to 7 p.m., at […] Read more ›
New AVP named for online strategy and program developmentMINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota continues its commitment to innovation and adult learning by announcing its first Associate Vice President of Online Strategy and Program Development. Andrea Carroll-Glover has been named to serve in this position responsible for developing and expanding Saint Mary’s fully-online programs. Her office will be on the Saint Mary’s Twin […] Read more ›
Serving the medically underservedPeter Carlson ’13 is in the business of preventing emergencies. At North Memorial Medical Center, a team of community paramedics makes scheduled house calls to elderly patients to conduct basic tests, explain medication restrictions and schedules, and check for safety hazards in the home. A part of the Population Management division at NMMC, the North […] Read more ›
Winger inducted into state training officer hall of fameEarlier this spring, Don Winger, program director of the B.S. in Police Science program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, was inducted into the Association of Training Officers of Minnesota (ATOM) Hall of Fame. ATOM is Minnesota’s professional organization for law enforcement training and development. As listed on their website, their mission is “To promote […] Read more ›
Healthcare and Human Services Management Degree program expands to RochesterBy Susan Jarosak With healthcare as the fastest-growing U.S. employment sector and demand at an all-time high for qualified health services managers, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is expanding its popular Bachelor of Science in Healthcare and Human Services Management degree to Rochester. Employees from hospital and clinics and social service agencies who have completed some […] Read more ›
Transforming passion into professionCarla Winder is among the more than 300 adult learners who are transitioning from student to graduate during commencement ceremonies Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus. For Winder, earning a bachelor’s degree is about more than earning a diploma, it’s an opportunity to turn a longtime passion into […] Read more ›
Take Our Transfer Challenge
Saint Mary’s recognizes and honors your past experiences with a generous transfer credit policy. We challenge you to find out why we’re a leader in transferring your college credit!
Submit your unofficial transcripts or a degree audit report and a transfer counselor will create a preliminary degree plan for you with a transfer of credit estimate. Contact the bachelor's completion admission staff today to get started.
At Student Central, you’ll find a wealth of information and a host of people ready to connect you with the resources you need to make your student life easier.
Libraries and writing centers are available on both the Twin Cities and Winona campuses, offering resources and support for students on their academic journeys.