Published on January 2nd, 2014 | by Stacia Vogel0
The Technology Side
In today’s fast-paced, technological world, having knowledge and skills in the area of technology can set you apart. Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota offers a number of technology-specific programs through its Graduate School of Business and Technology, based in Minneapolis. The following programs are currently being offered:
- B.S. in Information Technology — The bachelor degree completion program in Information Technology equips students with both the business savvy and technical skills necessary to become effective IT leaders. Contribute to the strategic success of your organization by learning how to develop innovative solutions to address technical problems in private- and public-sector environments.
- M.S. in Geographic Information Science — An M.S. in Geographic Information Science is your gateway to opportunity in a variety of industries. Whether you are in business, information technology, government, or other fields, this program will give you the skill set that’s increasingly in demand. This program is offered in the Twin Cities and in Winona. Saint Mary’s University also offers an 18-credit graduate certificate program in G.I.S.
- M.S. in Information Technology Management — Whether you’re looking to advance to a leadership position or striving to become a more effective department manager, a master’s degree in Information Technology Management will help you gain the business skills and management abilities to ensure your success.
- M.S. in Project Management — A master’s degree in Project Management will deliver the skills and knowledge you need to lead complex projects in a variety of work settings. Curriculum begins by providing you with a deep and foundational understanding of business practices and philosophies. You’ll then cover the process of defining, implementing and evaluating projects. In addition, the program highlights the specialized skills of quality control, risk management, procurement and contracting. This program is available in multiple locations, including traditional classroom settings in Apple Valley, Minneapolis and Rochester as well as through a new fully online format.
Registration is now open for the current term for Saint Mary’s University and its Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs, which begins Jan. 6, 2014. Saint Mary’s is continually adding new programs to keep up with the demands of working adults and society’s needs.
For more information or to apply for any of the above programs, contact Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and its Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs’ Office of Admission at email@example.com, call 612-728-5100, or apply online.
Saint Mary’s University provides person-centered, evening, accelerated learning that is taught by caring faculty who are practitioners in their fields. Students also rave about the flexible schedule and reasonable tuition. This makes it possible for them to achieve their personal and professional goals while they work full-time and still have time for family and friends. Partnerships with numerous community and technical colleges enable hassle-free credit transfers for bachelor completion program applicants.
About Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota awakens, nurtures and empowers learners to ethical lives of service and leadership. A private Lasallian Catholic institution, Saint Mary’s offers comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs. About 1,300 students are enrolled in the residential undergraduate college in Winona, established in 1912. Approximately 4,300 students are enrolled in the Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs, which offers master’s and doctoral degrees, as well as bachelor degree completion, certificate and specialist programs. The university delivers education to adults through campuses in Winona, Minneapolis and Nairobi, Kenya; centers in Rochester, Apple Valley and Oakdale; and at numerous other locations including Wisconsin, Jamaica and fully online. Saint Mary’s is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.