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    Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
   
 
  Aug 19, 2017
 
 
    
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2017-2018 SGPP Catalog and Handbook

Undergraduate College Programs in Winona


 

At the coeducational, residential Winona campus, located in the scenic bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley, the undergraduate College curriculum combines traditional liberal arts and sciences with career preparation in a student-centered environment.

For information referring to “the College”, which offers the four-year bachelors of arts program, pre-professional programs and the co-curricular undergraduate experience in a residential setting on the Winona campus, contact:

700 Terrace Heights
Winona MN 55987-1399
(800) 635-5987 toll-free

admissions@smumn.edu

Bachelor of Arts Programs

Undergraduate College Programs in Winona

Bachelor of Arts Programs

Academic Majors by School

School of the Arts

Art & Design Department

Art Studio

Digital Graphic

Communication

Electronic Publishing

Journalism

Public Relations

Music Department

Music

Music Education (either Classroom & Instrumental or Classroom & Vocal Track)

Music Industry

Music Performance

Theatre & Dance Department

Theatre:

Acting/Directing Track

Dance Track

Design/Technology Track

Musical Theatre Track

Theatre Studies Track

School of Business

Business Department

Accounting

Business Intelligence and Analytics

Entrepreneurship

Finance

International Business Management Marketing

Sport Management

School of Education

Education Department

Elementary Education

(Grades K–6 with optional 5–8 Endorsements in English, Math, Science, Social Science and World Language

Spanish K–8)

Secondary Education

(Grades 5–12: Life Science Education, Chemistry Science Education, English Education, Social Studies Education,

Mathematics Education, Spanish Education K–12, Music Education Classroom & Instrumental K–12, Music

Education Classroom & Vocal K–12, and Physics Science Education – see departments by discipline)

Educational Studies

(Non-licensure major with concentrations in: Religious Education, Child and Family Contexts, Youth Development and

Leadership, and Adult Learning Contexts)

School of Humanities & Sciences

Biology Department

Biology

Environmental Biology

Life Sciences Education

Allied Health Majors:

Biology Pre-Cytotechnology

Biology Pre-Echocardiography

Biology Pre-Medical Laboratory Science

Biology Pre-Nuclear Medicine Technology

Biology Pre-Physical Therapy

Biology Pre-Radiography

Chemistry Department

Biochemistry Chemistry

Chemistry Science Education

English Department

English Education

Literature

Literature with Writing Emphasis

History Department

History

History/Social Studies

Social Studies Education

Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics Department

Actuarial Science

Computer Science

Mathematics

Mathematics Education

Modern/Classical Languages Department

Spanish

Spanish Education

Philosophy Department

IHM Seminary Philosophy

Philosophy

Physics Department

Physics

Physics with an Engineering Science Emphasis

Physics with a Life Science Emphasis

Physics Science Education

Psychology Department

Psychology

Social Science Department

Criminal Justice (either Corrections or Law Enforcement Track)

Global Studies Human Services

Political Science

Social Science

Sociology

Theology Department

Pastoral and Youth Ministry

Educational Studies – Religious Education

Theology