Graduate degree programs that open doors
Whether you’re looking to move up in your current job, begin a new career or pursue a lifelong passion, St. Edward’s has a graduate program for you.
In a survey of graduates who recently completed a master’s degree at St. Edward’s, an overwhelming majority — 95% — confirmed that the university helped them meet their goals.
Taught by faculty members who are experts in their fields, our academically challenging programs give you the knowledge, industry insights, global perspective and professional network you need to take your career to a new level.
EXPLORE THE PROGRAMS
Learn key skills to lead in digital marketing and analytics.
30 Credit Hours
Learn to analyze, diagnose and create solutions that address the multi-dimensional challenges of sustainable global development.
33 Credit Hours
Gain the skills and experience required for success in the rapidly changing world of higher education administration.
60 Credit Hours
Build skills in entrepreneurial thinking, social enterprise, innovation, global collaboration and business analytics.
36-39 credit hours
15-month to 2-year program
Help students achieve their potential; cultivate skills in advising, conflict resolution, leadership and mentoring.
36 credit hours
Learn to analyze financial data, apply tax laws and recommend investment options; prepare to pass the CPA exam.
30 credit hours
Gain professional insights into human behavior through an experiential program and accomplished faculty; prepare to pass the LPC and/or LMFT.
60 credit hours
2- to 3-year program
Master of Liberal Arts (MLA)
(Not Taking Applicants)
Design your own program, explore your passions and deepen your understanding of the human experience.
33 credit hours
1.5- to 2-year program
Evaluate, develop and implement leadership strategies that help an organization change and grow its culture and performance.
30 credit hours
Breadth and Depth of Knowledge
With our graduate programs, from counseling to business, our faculty members have a range of knowledge to share. Check out these two-minute reads to get a feel for the practical lessons you'll learn in the classroom.