About the College
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences cultivates the whole person in the Marianist tradition through academically rigorous programs that foster creativity, promote justice and advance scholarship for the transformation of local and global communities.
Master's and Ph.D. Programs
Certificate in Community-Based Assessment and Evaluation
Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision
Graduate Certificate for Dual Credit Teaching in English Literature and Language
Graduate Certificate for Dual Credit Teaching in Psychology
St. Mary’s University is about tradition, values and community. We’re a community of scholars coming together to nurture the unique contributions of students, just like you. For us, your success matters.
We are committed to helping you dive deeper into your passions and explore new interests. At St. Mary’s, you will develop the skills to lead a productive and successful life. As you explore St. Mary’s University, ask yourself, “What will you discover?”
St. Mary’s University offers several scholarships and awards to support students with an outstanding academic record and demonstrated financial need. These scholarships are provided by gracious benefactors who wish to assist deserving students in their journey of achieving a quality education from an institution of higher learning.
St. Mary’s University College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has unveiled a new strategic plan to reshape the education that undergraduate, graduate and certificate students across the campus receive in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
The Aspirational Strategic Action Plan is the result of a comprehensive, year-long visioning process and seeks to broaden and deepen learning, expand career opportunities and promote community-enhancing research by reshaping the education of all undergraduate, graduate and certificate students in the arts, humanities and social sciences at St. Mary’s University.