2016-2017 Graduate and Undergraduate Course Catalogs
The Metropolitan State Undergraduate Catalog contains information about academic programs and requirements. It is subject to change without notice.
The catalog is intended to complement other university publications including specific materials supplied by colleges, schools, departments and programs. It is important for students to be familiar with academic policies and graduation requirements for their individual degree programs. Students are strongly encouraged to consult their advisors at least once each semester to be certain they are completing requirements that apply to their degree and major programs.
The Undergraduate Catalog is available in alternative formats for people with disabilities. For more information, call Disabilities Services at 651-793-1520 (voice); 651-772-7687 (TTY).
Metropolitan State offers a variety of high-quality graduate programs. Fields of study include a wide range of professional and technical programs, as well as programs in the liberal arts. Metropolitan State offers degree programs at the master's and applied doctorate levels.
All programs share a commitment to quality and accessibility, and most degrees may be earned through evening and weekend classes. See the links below for information on specific programs, including program and admission requirements.
The Graduate Catalog is available in alternative formats for people with disabilities. For more information, call Disabilities Services at 651-793-1549 (voice); 651-772-7687 (TTY).