The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is the largest school at St. Mary’s University and the cornerstone of the Catholic and Marianist University’s liberal arts programs. Degree and minor offerings are varied and offer students many possibilities for study and professional options after graduation.

Undergraduate Programs

Art Education

Certificate in Community-Based Assessment and Evaluation

Certificate in Languages

Communication Studies

Criminal Justice




Education Studies

Elementary Education


English Communication

Exercise and Sport Science

Forensic Science (Criminology Option)


International and Global Studies

Mexican American Studies

Military Science

Music – Instrumental

Music – Vocal Program


Political Science


Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for Teaching in Catholic Schools


Public Health




Visual Communication Design

Graduate 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

Graduate Certificate for Dual Credit Teaching in U.S. History

Graduate Certificate in Biblical Studies

Graduate Certificate in Digital Communication

Graduate Certificate in Public Communication, Public Policy and Public Leadership

Graduate Certificate in Theology

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Master of Arts in English Literature and Language

Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR)

Master of Arts in Public History

Master of Arts in Theology

Master of Public Administration

Master of Science in Industrial / Organizational Psychology

Master of Science in Program Evaluation

Online Master of Arts in Communication Studies

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