Minnesota State University, Mankato's Colleges and Schools encompass more than 130 undergraduate programs of study, including 13 pre-professional programs, and more than 75 graduate programs, including master's, specialist and doctoral programs. Several of the programs, or portions of them, are also offered online or through various University Extended Education venues, including the facility at 7700 France in Edina and at the Normandale Partnership Center.
Find your passion in the College of Allied Health and Nursing at Minnesota State Mankato. Dedicated to promoting wellness and improving quality of life for individuals, families, and society, we offer opportunities for you to lead, partner and achieve big things. Fulfill your mission.
The College of Arts & Humanities offers more than 70 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs. The college is home to much of the university’s general education curriculum. It is also a destination for more than 2,500 students seeking degrees and rewarding careers in a wide variety of fields. The disciplines of the college focus on critical thinking, ethics, creativity, languages, writing, performance and communication.
Find big experiences at Minnesota State Mankato's College of Business. You will be introduced to new people, new places and new perspectives that you have never imagined before. Launch a life full of possibilities by enrolling in the College of Business at Minnesota State Mankato.
Nationally accredited, the College of Education accepts responsibility for the futures of students and educators. Our graduates enter schools ready to embrace a diverse and changing society.
The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology at Minnesota State Mankato prepares you to solve problems and succeed in your chosen career by providing academic challenges to apply what you’ve learned.
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is your gateway to a variety of careers and the chance to change the world, In all of our programs, you can explore a dynamic body of knowledge, engage in service and learning, collaborate with faculty and community partners, develop critical thinking skills and graduate ready to apply your big ideas to real-world needs.