Graduate Programs

Make an impact on your world. Whether you’re looking to move up in your current job, open the door to a new career or pursue a lifelong passion, St. Edward’s has a graduate program that will help you reach your professional and personal goals.

In a survey of graduates who recently completed a master’s degree at St. Edward’s, an overwhelming majority — 91% — confirmed that the university helped them develop skills and tools to excel in their careers.

Taught by faculty members who are experts in their fields, our academically challenging programs are designed to give you the knowledge, industry insights, global perspective and professional network you need to take your career to a new level.

 

 
Daytime Programs
Degree Description Schedule Credit Hours Typical Duration Work Experience
Digital Media Management (DMBA) Combine an accelerated MBA curriculum with specialized coursework and projects in digital media management for a unique degree. Full time plus an internship 54 2 years Not required
Environmental Management and Sustainability (MSEM) Explore sustainable development through environmental science and project management studies in the U.S. and Costa Rica. Full time plus an internship 37 2 years Not required
 
Evening and Weekend Programs
Degree Description Schedule Credit Hours Typical Duration Work Experience
Master of Accounting (MACT) Learn to analyze financial data, apply tax laws and recommend investment options; prepare to sit for the CPA exam. Full time or part time 30 2 years Highly desired, but not required
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Earn a globally focused MBA while working with and learning from some of the best business minds in Texas. Full time or part time 36 2 years Highly desired, but not required
Master of Arts in College Student Development (MACSD) Cultivate vital skills such as advising, conflict resolution, leadership and mentoring to help college students reach their full potential. Part time, weekends 36 2 years Not required
Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS) Study to solve complex IT problems, by combining technical, financial, productivity, strategic and ethical practices into efficient, scalable solutions; geared toward those working full time in the MIS field. Full time, weekends 36 16 months Highly desired
Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) Gain a deeper understanding of what drives peoples' behavior through an experiential curriculum, accomplished faculty and innovative electives; prepare to pass the LPC and/or LMFT. Full time or part time 60 2–3 years Not required
Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) Design your own program, explore your passions and deepen your understanding of the human experience. Full time or part time 33 16 months–
2 years
Not required
Master of Arts in Organization Development (MAOD) Learn how to solve organizational problems, manage and influence change, and navigate the inevitable resistance. Part time 36 2 years Highly desired, but not required
Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Ethics (MSOLE) Become a champion of ethical leadership by exploring strategies to lead teams to make informed, values-based decisions. Part time 36 2 years 3 years of work experience required