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Graduate Programs in Software

Get Started

Take the Next Steps.

Come to an information session or contact us to find out how to get started on your St. Thomas graduate program in data science, software engineering or information technology. You can begin your studies in any of our fall, spring or summer terms so you can apply and start your graduate program right away.

Our monthly information sessions feature details about our master’s degrees and graduate certificates, the application process and requirements and a question/answer session.

Questions? Contact Graduate Programs in Software at gradsoftware@stthomas.edu or call (651) 962-5500.

Upcoming Info Sessions

The Details You Need

Streamlined Admissions Process

Entrance exams are not needed to apply (like GRE or GMAT). You can apply if you have completed a bachelor's degree from a U.S. institution or international equivalent in any discipline with an overall GPA of 2.7 or higher.

About Admissions

Start When You’re Ready!

Apply any time of the year. Start your graduate program in fall, spring or summer.

Tuition and Fees

All applicants pay the same amount for tuition and fees regardless of residency or citizenship status.

Tuition Information

You Are Welcome Here

We'd love for you to join us.

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International Students

Our culturally diverse student body represents nations from across the globe. International students represent over 30 percent of our student body.

International Students
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U.S. Military Veterans

Thank you for your service. We welcome our military service members who are eligible to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program.

U.S. Military Veterans
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Hear from our alumni

Graduate Programs in Software and Data Science

Listen to success stories from our recent master's in software and data science alumni and why they enjoyed their graduate program at St. Thomas.