As one of the largest providers of graduate education in the state, Minnesota State Mankato’s College of Graduate Studies and Research offers innovative, nationally recognized programs at an exceptional value to students. Since 1953, we have built a reputation for providing high quality programs that provide creative, scholarly, and research opportunities that address the needs of our students and our state, region and world.
It is advantageous to submit your FAFSA as early as possible in order to be considered for some scholarship and graduate assistantship opportunities. The FAFSA is also required to obtain loans and to be considered for graduate student work-study programs.
Minnesota State University, Mankato is proud to offer four doctoral programs, which will enable graduates of master's programs to advance their education to one of the highest levels available.
Graduate assistantships will help fund your graduate education. Almost 25% of graduate students receive a graduate assistantship at Minnesota State Mankato.
A list of all Graduate level programs offered at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
All graduate students are expected to be familiar with and adhere to graduate college policy and graduate course requirements throughout their learning career.
Every graduate student completes a capstone for their program. Most programs include a thesis/dissertation or alternate plan paper (APP) option, but many programs provide other capstone opportunities.