Earning that degree takes work and dedication, but the opportunity to do so may be more accessible than you realize. St. Cloud State at Plymouth offers several graduate programs that will expand your knowledge and help advance your career.
And, the school is situated right here in the Twin Cities metro area!
St. Cloud State at Plymouth is a satellite location of the similarly named University about 60 miles to the northwest. Though smaller in size, the school offers excellent programs and distinguished faculty from the Herberger Business School, the School of Education, the College of Science and Engineering, and the School of Public Affairs.
Graduate programs extend students an innovative learning experience with opportunities for growth in highly sought-after fields. Students can earn master’s degrees or graduate certificates in areas such as:
- Applied Clinical Research
- Business Administration
- Engineering Management
- Public Administration
- Medical Technology Quality
- Regulatory Affairs and Services
- Software Engineering
We also offer a doctoral degree program in Educational Administration and Leadership. Courses are specifically designed for emerging leaders looking to hone their abilities for overseeing Pre-K and K-12 schools or districts.
When you enroll in a program at St. Cloud State at Plymouth, you will learn from some of the best in each business. Faculty members are professionally qualified industry experts with functional experience and leadership in their selected field.
Additionally, the education you receive here is a powerful vehicle for accelerating your career goal. Our placement rate for employment in a related field within one year of graduation is an astounding 97.1 percent.
If you’re unsure whether a program is right for you, or you are unable to make the definite time commitment, St. Cloud State at Plymouth certainly has options. Most of our programs allow non-degree seeking scholars to test the waters before deciding whether to buckle down.
A lot of students take a class or two to see if it feels like a good fit. He or she may then decide to pursue that program or apply for the certificate program as a path to the degree program. This method is also a good way for students who have been out of school for a while to ease back into the routine.
To accommodate work and family schedules, classes are conveniently available weekday evenings and on Saturday mornings. Some courses are also accessible online through a simultaneous, real-time internet connection. Degree programs can be completed in as little as 12 months; part-time options are also available.
Spring semester starts Jan. 13, 2020. Applications are accepted on a rolling admission basis throughout the year. If you have questions or would like to take your education to the next level and help advance your career, contact us for information.