Information Session Options

Join us in person or online to learn more about our Graduate College and the program that most interests you.

  • on campus

    Graduate Information Sessions

    Get introduced to many of our campus-based master's, doctoral and graduate certificate programs.

    After initial presentations, you'll break into small group sessions focused on individual fields of study. Faculty members and admission counselors will be on hand to answer your questions and offer application guidance. All sessions take place on our St. Paul Campus at Rauenhorst Hall in Coeur de Catherine. Campus Map

    Register online or by phone at 651-690-6933 up to 24 hours prior to any session.

    Please note that the following campus-based programs are not represented at our campus information sessions (contact the Office of Graduate Admission for more information):

    • Management (MSM)
    • Nursing: Post-Master's DNP

  • online

    Online Information Sessions

    Join us online to learn about the graduate program that interests you. Our faculty will provide a program presentation and answer your questions.

  • In Person

    Program Information Sessions

    These events provide additional opportunities to connect with faculty and staff, and learn more about your graduate options in a specific area of study.

  • Master of Business Administration: Attend a class

    Join us for a light supper, sit in on a class, and learn more about the MBA program. All events begin at 5:30 p.m.:

    • Monday, February 25, MBA 6900: Economics for Managers. Entrepreneurs, managers and employees need a foundation in economics to operate successfully in a global context. See how competition and monopoly affect the price we pay for the goods we need. Register now
    • Monday, March 4, MBA 8100: Business Strategy. Experience game theory and business strategy through the use of online simulation, and explore the possibilities. Register now
    • Tuesday, April 9, MBA 6100: Personal & Team Leadership. Gain a deeper understanding of how individual leadership styles affect team dynamics. Review the challenges and opportunities of leading teams in today’s multicultural business environment. Register now
    • Monday, April 29, MBA 6400: Marketing Management. Explore how brands build customer value and gain a competitive advantage in today’s crowded marketplace. Register now
    • Wednesday, May 8, MBA 6710: Healthcare Innovation. Explore the role innovation plays in how healthcare leaders provide high quality care while managing the financial well-being of their organizations. Register now

  • Education: Attend a class

    Learn about our graduate Teacher Licensure program - join us for breakfast, meet with faculty and sit in on a class:

    • Saturday, April 6 at 10:30 a.m. for EDUC 7540: Classroom Management and Assessment Techniques. Explore how leadership, assessment and management techniques can create and sustain positive, productive learning environments.