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From the time you start the application process to graduation and beyond, the faculty and staff are committed to helping you meet your personal, educational, and professional goals. From dedicated librarians for each graduate program to faculty mentors, and skills training workshops to career counseling, we are committed to your success.

 

Why Saint Mary's?

Advance your career through an innovative curriculum designed to meet critical needs.

Why Saint Mary's?
 

Meet Students & Alumni

Join a community of scholars who come from all walks of life.

Meet Students & Alumni
 

Explore Our Programs

Learn academic theory and practical skills to better yourself and your profession.

Explore Our Programs

Master of Science in Data Science

Master of Sciencein Data Science

Data is everywhere. The insightful interpretation of it isn't. You have that talent. It's time to master it.

Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology

 

Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology

An advanced degree for you, a higher level of care for those whose lives you touch.

Doctor of Nursing Practice

 

Doctor of Nursing Practice

Health care is becoming more complex every day. Don’t just play catch-up. Lead the change. Guide the field. Make it better.

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Deciding where to earn your graduate degree is a big decision. The first step is learning all you can about what we have to offer and how you can use it to shape your future.


Melissa Fruscione and Emma Lipka
(574) 284-5098
graduateadmission@saintmarys.edu


Saint Mary's College
Graduate Studies Office

Student Center, Lower Level
Notre Dame, IN 46556

 

News and Events

DNP Students Inducted into Honor Society

Seven DNP students were inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Nu Omicron Chapter, on Friday, March 29: Jacquelyn Adams, Megan Bontrager, Jannet Everson, Sarah Hunyadi, Kelly Leard, Geena Mapoy, and Yumi Otsuka.


First Graduate Student Accepted into Research Symposium

Masa Gumiro will be the first graduate student to present at the third annual Research Symposium. His Data Science practicum project "Tire Pressure Monitoring System" provided a custom solution using IoT (Internet of Things) sensors to monitor tire pressure and provide notifications in real time.


DNP Students and Alum Present Projects at Conference

Catherine Shah, Kate Person, and Brianna Acosta '18 presented their individual practice innovation projects at the Midwest Nursing Research Society's annual conference in Kansas City, MO.


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