Apply Request information about our doctoral degrees, graduate and certificate programs Request information about our professional (bachelor completion) programs To apply online, please select your program of interest: School of Professional Programs Undergraduate Certificate in Accounting B.S. in Accounting B.S. in Allied Healthcare Management B.S. in Business B.S. in Human Resource Management B.S. in Human Services B.S. in Information Technology B.S. in Marketing B.S. in Nursing B.S. in Police Science B.S. in Psychology B.S. in Sales & Marketing Graduate School of Business & Technology M.S. in Accountancy M.A. in Arts & Cultural Management M.S. in Geographic Information Science M.A. in Human Development M.A. in Human Resource Management M.A. in Human Resource Management (Online) M.S. in Information Technology Management M.A. in International Business M.A. in Management M.A. in Organizational Leadership M.A. in Organizational Leadership (Online) M.A. in Philanthropy & Development M.S. in Project Management M.S. in Project Management (Online) M.A. in Public Safety Administration Master of Business Administration (MBA) Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science Graduate Certificate in Project Management Graduate School of Education M.A. in Education M.A. in Education (Wisconsin) M.A. in Educational Leadership M.A. in Educational Leadership (Online) M.A. in Instruction (leading to initial licensure) M.A. in Instruction (additional credentials: licensure(s) and/or endorsements) M.A. in Lasallian Leadership M.A. in Literacy Education M.A. in Special Education M.A. in Special Education (Online) M.Ed. in Learning Design & Technology M.Ed. in Teaching & Learning Graduate Certificate in Culturally Responsive Teaching Graduate Certificate in English as a Second Language Graduate Certificate in Gifted & Talented Instruction Graduate Certificate: K-12 Reading Teacher Ed.S. in Educational Administration Ed.D. in Leadership Graduate School of Health & Human Services B.S. in Allied Healthcare Management B.S. in Nursing B.S. in Psychology M.A. in Counseling & Psychological Services M.A. in Health & Human Services Administration M.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy M.S. in Nurse Anesthesia Graduate Certificate in Addiction Studies Graduate Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology Graduate Non-Degree Seeking Non-degree seeking coursework Application Process The application process is quick and easy. Please see your program for specific application and admission information and forms.+ More Apply online Pay application fee - Payment of nonrefundable application fee. Fee not required for alumni, students seeking readmission, or veterans and active military personnel. Payment amount may vary by program; please see the relevant program page for specific payment information. Provide official transcripts - Submit an official transcript issued to Saint Mary's University from each undergraduate college or university attended, including an official transcript from the institution posting the applicant's completed bachelor's degree. Transcripts must be received from the credit-granting institution in a sealed envelope. Saint Mary's cannot accept transcripts that have been previously scanned, faxed, e-mailed, opened, marked, or damaged in any way. To order your official transcripts, please contact the credit-granting institution directly. If you are submitting foreign transcripts, please visit the Admission page in the International Student section. Include extra documents - Your program MAY also require a personal statement, resume, program specific forms and/or letter(s) of recommendation. Please view your program page for specific application information. International students may also need to submit an academic credential evaluation and may need to provide evidence of successfully completing a university approved English Language Assessment exam. Please see the International Student Admission for specific information. Not all programs follow this format. Please contact the Office of Admission with any questions about your application process. Next Steps in the Admission Process You have taken that first step toward furthering your education, your career, and your life. Congratulations!+ More Check your Application Status - You should have received an email once you applied giving you a temporary student ID number. You will need your temporary ID number and your 5-digit zip code to check your application status. If you do not have your temporary ID number, please email email@example.com to request it. Once you have been accepted, you will no longer have access to the Application Status site. Connect with Program Staff - The program you have applied for may require an enrollment interview. Once all of your application documents have been submitted to the Office of Admission your file will be sent to the program staff for review. You may be contacted by the program staff to schedule an enrollment interview either by phone or on campus. The structure of the enrollment interview is different for each program, although transfer credit will be discussed with the program staff during the enrollment interview if applicable. Acceptance and Course Registration - If you are accepted into a program you will receive an email notification of acceptance, as well as a paper acceptance packet sent via postal mail. Once you have received your acceptance information you will be able to register for courses online. Please contact the program staff if you have questions regarding course registration. You may view the course schedule at any time but may only register for courses after you have been accepted into a program.