College of St. Scholastica - Master's Degree

St. Scholastica is an independent private college with locations across Minnesota, including our original campus in Duluth, plus a brand new presence in Arizona through the Communiversity at Surprise.

  • Average Tuition USD 33,994

School Description

The college has six different schools, including a nursing, business and technology school. St. Scholastica has embraced MOOCs or massive open online courses with numerous non-degree courses. CSS has a Veterans Resource Center on campus.

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Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA 2.00

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    Other Information

    Established in 1912

    Other

    Scott Jurek – class of 1996 - American ultramarathon runner.

    The Location

    1200 Kenwood Ave, Duluth, MN 55811, United States

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      • Testimony
        2010-2015, Bachelor's Degree

        Love St. Scholastica!I had a wonderful online experience at The College of St. Scholastica! I met many wonderful and diverse indivduals from across the United States. Although I was an online student, I still felt very much a part of CSS!

      • Testimony
        2012-2014, Bachelor's Degree

        I'm so glad I chose St. ScholasticaNot only does St. Scholastica provide an outstancing education, but the values of the College show in everyone you work with - they truly care about their students!

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        1981-1985, Bachelor's degree

        My education at CSS was top notch. Not only did I learn in the classroom, but my clinical experiences enhanced my learning and prepared me for my nursing career. The things I learned at CSS have stayed with me, even after nearly 30 years. The personal attention, the caring, and the holistic approach to student interactions guides students and encourages excellence while in school as well as after entering the workforce.