Madonna University - Graduate School

    Dr. Deborah Dunn, Dean GRADUATE ADMISSIONS CONTACTS Donna Bryden, Coordinator of Graduate School & Research

    The mission of Madonna University, a Catholic and Franciscan institution of higher learning, is to instill in its students Christian humanistic values, intellectual inquiry, a respect for diversity, and a commitment to serving others through a liberal arts education integrated with career preparation, based on the truths and principles recognized within a Catholic tradition. Madonna's mission receives its spirit from these Franciscan Values: Respect for the dignity of each person; Peace and justice; Reverence for creation and Education for truth and service. Founded by the Felician Sisters in 1937, Madonna University is one of the largest Catholic, Franciscan, independent universities in the country. Through undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education programs Madonna University provides men and women of all religious, social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds with opportunities for intellectual, spiritual and personal growth. Liberal arts education, career preparation and service learning are the hallmarks of a Madonna education.

    DEGREES

    BUSINESS PROGRAMS
    M.B.A.: Business Administration.

    M.S.B.A.: Business Administration (International Business, Leadership Studies, Leadership Studies in Criminal Justice, Quality).

    M.S.: e-Commerce, Health Services Administration, Project Management.

    E.M.B.A.: Hospital Management (offered only in the People’s Republic of China).

    GRADUATE CERTIFICATES: General Business, Cost Management, Criminal Justice Leadership, e-Commerce, Health Services Administration, Human Resources Management, Information Technology Management, International Business Financial Operations, International Business Management, Marketing Management, Non-Profit Leadership, Project Management, Quality Management.

    EDUCATION PROGRAMS
    M.A.: Higher Education & Student Affairs (Professional Development Program for Practicing Education Professionals).

    M.A.: History (United States History in a Global Context).

    M.A-L.S.L.: Liberal Studies & Leadership.

    M.A.T.: Teaching (Autism Spectrum Disorders, Curriculum & Instruction, Early Childhood Education, Educational Technology, Learning Disabilities, Literacy, Education, Online Teaching & e-Learning).

    M.A.T.E.S.O.L..: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, English as a Second Language (NS) Teaching Certificate Endorsement.

    M.S.: Catholic School Leadership, Educational Leadership.

    M.S.H.P., Graduate Certificate: Hospice & Palliative Studies.
    Post-Master’s Certificate in Bereavement.

    NURSING PROGRAMS
    M.S.N.: Nursing Administration.

    M.S.N.: Nurse Practitioner (Adult-Gerontology Primary Care, Adult-Gerontology Acute Care, Adult-Gerontology Primary Care [with Advanced Practice Hospice & Palliative Care Specialty], Adult-Gerontology Acute Care [with Advanced Practice Hospice & Palliative Care Specialty]).

    D.N.P.: Nursing Practice (Post-MSN model).

    DUAL DEGREE: M.S.N./M.B.A.

    GRADUATE CERTIFICATE: Nurse/Health Educator.
    POST-MASTER’S CERTIFICATE: Business Strategies for Nurses in Advanced Practice and Role Specialties.

    PASTORAL MINISTRY PROGRAM
    M.A.P.M.: Pastoral Ministry.

    PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM
    M.S.C.P.: Clinical Psychology.

    SOCIAL STUDIES PROGRAMS
    M.S.: Humane Studies.
    M.S.W.: Social Work.

    ONLINE DEGREE

    M.B.A.

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