Saint Mary's Schools
We get you started on a lifetime of learning.
Our four schools offer a variety of study options, all built on the foundation of a liberal arts education. Whether you choose to study economics, biology, or counseling, our interdisciplinary curriculum ensures you graduate a well-rounded person instilled with a lifelong love of learning.
School of Economics and Business Administration
At the School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA), our innovative curriculum develops all our students into responsible business leaders who think globally and act ethically. We offer top-ranked programs in accounting, finance, economics, business administration, data science, and more, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our Executive MBA program ranks in the top 20 according to College Consensus, and US News & World Report puts our online MBA program is in the top 100. And, College Factual ranks SMC’s accounting program #5 among 17 colleges in California.
Kalmanovitz School of Education
The Kalmanovitz School of Education (KSOE) is a distinctive, student-centered learning community that offers graduate and professional studies in the departments of Counseling, Education, and Leadership. Through KSOE's programs, you'll be empowered to lead change for social justice and the common good.
School of Science
As a student of the Saint Mary's School of Science, you’ll learn to hone your quick mind and inquisitive spirit into practical skills that help you stand out in your chosen career. We offer 10 programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels; no matter which track you choose—engineering, biotechnology, pre-health or other program—we support your studies by providing state-of-the-art resources, interdisciplinary classes, and close relationships with your professors. As part of our summer research programs, our students have the chance to work side-by-side in close collaboration with a faculty advisor on genuine scientific research for unmatched experience
School of Liberal Arts
The School of Liberal Arts offers over 20 undergraduate programs and five graduate degrees, all of which provide an excellent foundation for the rest of your professional, and personal, life. In all of our programs—English, communications, politics, or our unique Integral Program—you'll build relationships with your professors, enhance your critical thinking and leadership skills, and become practically prepared for a successful career.
Looking for a specific program?
If you already know what studies you're interested in or want to view all the majors and minors we offer, you can check them out in one place on our programs page.