CollegesPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/academics/colleges.html
124 Myers Field House
The college includes six academic departments and one school: Dental Hygiene; Family Consumer Science; Health Science; Human Performance; Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services; Speech, Hearing and Rehabilitation Services; and the School of Nursing. These programs offer a number of academic majors/minors: athletic coaching; athletic training; alcohol and drug studies; communication disorders; community health; community independent living; corporate and community fitness/wellness; dental hygiene; developmental/adapted physical education; dietetics; exercise science; family consumer science; family consumer science education; family life and child development; food and nutrition; housing and consumer science; nursing, physical education; recreation, parks and leisure services; therapeutic recreation; leisure planning and management; resource management; rehabilitation counseling; school health; sports management. Post-baccalaureate work, leading to a Master's degree is available in many of the programs, along with a collaborative doctoral program in the School of Nursing. In addition, the college coordinates Pre-Physical Therapy and Pre-Occupational Therapy pre-professional programs.
Many of the programs within the College of Allied Health and Nursing are accredited by national and/or state agencies. The Master's program in Communication Disorders is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. The Dental Hygiene program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation, American Dental Association. The Athletic Training Program, in the Human Performance Department, is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The physical education teaching program and D/APE program have continuing NCATE accreditation. The School of Nursing's basic, accelerated and graduate programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The graduate program is also accredited through the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, and the basic program is approved by the Minnesota State Board of Nursing. The core program within the Department of Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services is accredited by the Council of Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions (COAPRT). The Rehabilitation Counseling program, in the Department of Speech, Hearing and Rehabilitation Services, is accredited through the Council on Rehabilitation Education.
General and pre-major academic advising services are provided by the College's Student Relations Coordinator, Shirley Murray, firstname.lastname@example.org, 507-389-5194 and the Nursing Advisor, Kasi Johnson, email@example.com,507-389-6810. Students who have declared a major in the college are assigned to a faculty advisor within that unit. Please call for more information.
226 Armstrong Hall
Academic programs of the College of Arts and Humanities range from traditional liberal arts to interdisciplinary studies. Programs include art, English, humanities, mass media, music, open studies, philosophy, Scandinavian studies, communication studies, theatre and dance and world languages & cultures. Post baccalaureate work, leading to a Master's degree, is available in many of the programs. The combined strengths of approximately 95 faculty members with diverse backgrounds provide the base for a unique educational experience. The College contributes to the aesthetic, cultural, intellectual, and social environment of the campus and community through extensive programming of public events. Student advising services are available in the dean's office. More information can be found on the College of Arts and Humanities website.
120 Morris Hall
The College of Business, accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business – offers programs consisting of majors in accounting, finance, management, international business, and marketing. Student advising services are available in the Advising Center located at 151 Morris Hall or by contacting Linda Meidl, firstname.lastname@example.org, Student Relations Coordinator, at 507-389-2963. College of Business students will have 24/7 wireless access via their laptop computers to email, the Internet, and online information services.
Students also have an opportunity to participate in a very successful e-mentoring program. For more information contact the College of Business by phone, e-mail, or visit the College of Business website.
118 Armstrong Hall
The College of Education, accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Colleges of Teacher Education, the Council on Accreditation for Counseling and Related Education Programs, the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and the Council for Exceptional Children provides undergraduate and graduate programs in teaching, library media education, administrative licensure, counseling, experiential education, and aviation. The College of Education departments include aviation, business education, elementary and early childhood, K-12 and secondary education, the Children's House, counseling and student personnel, educational leadership, field and international experiences, center for school-university partnerships, special education, and military science (Army ROTC). There are coordinators or directors for field experience, teacher licensure, professional education, and student relations. Undergraduate student advising services are available in the Academic Advising office located in 117 Armstrong Hall. Graduate program advising is available by department through the graduate program coordinators. For more information, please visit the College of Education web site.
315 Wigley Administration Center
University Extended Education has a mission of providing access to and support for high quality and sustainable educational choices for constituents who need options beyond traditional on-campus experiences. This includes delivery of off-campus, online and hybrid for either undergraduate bachelor degree completion or graduate credits.
University Extended Education provides off-campus academic courses and programs in Virginia, Bloomington and Edina, Minnesota. The Edina facility at 7700 France Avenue South and the Bloomington location at the Partnership Center at Normandale Community College both offer upper division undergraduate courses, graduate courses and programs, and undergraduate bachelor degree completion programs.
For more information, please visit the University Extended Education website, email us at our email address or call us in Mankato at 507-389-1268 or 800-722-0544 x9.
115 Alumni Foundation Center
During this past semester approximately 1,700 graduate students were enrolled in one or more courses within one of more than 70 graduate programs. Requirements for specific graduate programs are available through the College of Graduate Studies and Research. For more information, contact the office by phone, e-mail, or visit the College of Graduate Studies and Research website.
131 Trafton Science Center
The College includes the departments of automotive and manufacturing engineering technology, biological sciences, chemistry and geology, computer information science, construction management, electrical and computer engineering and technology, integrated engineering, mathematics and statistics, mechanical and civil engineering, and physics and astronomy. Undergraduate majors include automotive engineering technology, biochemistry, biology (includes biomedical sciences, cytotechnology, ecology, microbiology, plant science, toxicology, and zoology), biotechnology, chemistry, chemistry teaching, civil engineering, clinical laboratory sciences/medical technology, computer engineering, computer engineering technology, computer and information technology, construction management, earth science (teaching and non-teaching), earth science: geology option (non-teaching), electrical engineering, electronic engineering technology, environmental sciences, food science technology, general engineering, integrated engineering (iron range and twin cities programs), information systems, life science teaching, manufacturing engineering technology, mechanical engineering, mathematics, math teaching, physics teaching, and statistics.
The civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering programs are accredited by the ABET. The automotive engineering technology, manufacturing engineering technology, computer engineering technology, and electronic engineering technology programs are accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. The BS chemistry program is accredited by the American Chemical Society. Departments offer curricula to prepare students for professional careers and/or advanced study in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Post-baccalaureate work leading to a master's degree is available in many of the programs.
Pre-professional programs are offered in a variety of areas including agriculture, chiropractic, dentistry, engineering, forestry, medicine, mortuary science, optometry, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, podiatry medicine and veterinary medicine.
General advising services are provided in the Student Advising Center located in 125 Trafton Science Center by the Student Relations Coordinator,Ken Adams ,email@example.com, and his staff (phone 507-389-1521). Students in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology are also assigned a faculty advisor in their major or pre-professional program. For more information contact the College by phone, e-mail, or visit the College of Science, Engineering and Technology website.
111 Armstrong Hall
More than 110 faculty provide course work, mentoring, and advising for approximately 2,000 undergraduate majors and graduate students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS). SBS students are active participants in their education and many participate in internships, practicums, service learning, field trips, and study abroad opportunities.
SBS prepares students to enhance the quality of community life by offering undergraduate majors in anthropology, corrections, earth science (teaching and non-teaching), economics, ethnic studies, gender & women's studies, geography, history, international relations, law enforcement, political science, psychology, social studies (teaching and non-teaching), social work, sociology, urban and regional studies, as well as programs in gerontology, and non-profit leadership certificate. Minors are offered in most departments and programs.
SBS graduate programs are offered in anthropology, ethnic and multi-cultural studies, gender & women's studies, geography, aging studies, history, political science, psychology, public administration, social work, sociology, sociology-corrections, sociology-human services planning and administration, urban studies, and urban planning.
The College also houses the Center for Economic Education, and the Kessel Peace Institute. Student advising services are available in each department, in Advising "U" located in 114 Armstrong Hall, and from the Interim Student Relations Coordinator, Melissa (Mel) Iverson. For more information contact Advising "U" by calling 389-2416 or emailing Melissa Iverson.