When it comes to moving forward in your career or shifting to a new one, graduate and professional studies are more important now than ever.
The right program can allow you to fine-tune your professional goals and shore up durable skills that keep you thriving and resilient in a fast-changing job market and economy.
A highly respected undergraduate or master’s degree from St. Edward’s positions you to accomplish just that — and more. We’re commited to helping you achieve a meaningful career and future Successfully.
Meet Our Leadership
Glenda Ballard, Associate Vice President for Graduate and Professional Programs
At St. Edward’s University, we prepare you for life. Participating in classes, internships and practicums will provide you both a chance to grow and change, but, also, give you a chance to teach others to grow and change, as well. The expertise you will gain in your program will not only enhance your own life but will allow you to impact the lives of others.
We are a highly motivated and talented team of educators. We create open and constructive learning environments where students have the freedom to ask questions and form their own opinions about important issues. Students are encouraged to share and test findings in their communities as scholars and citizens. It is our greatest hope that our students graduate with inspired perspectives, motivated to make positive and significant changes in their communities and the lives of others.
Director of Graduate Programs
Graduate Student Support Specialist
Students receive hands-on training to teach in culturally diverse environments. Teacher Education students choose their course of study and grade level that suits their interests. Discover more about various grade levels and content areas of study.
Students gain insight into professional behavior through an experiential program with accomplished faculty. Read more about the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) program, or discover how a Master of Arts in College Student Development (MACSD) can prepare you to work closely with college students, guiding them both academically and professionally.
The Office of Adult Continuing Studies (OACS) assists the Adult Learner population at St. Edward's. With flexible scheduling options available, and our nationally recognized portfolio program, adult students create an academic experience that best meets their goals.