Graduate Studies at Winona State University

Graduate Studies at Winona State

Winona State offers more than 30 graduate programs in four colleges that lead to the master’s, specialist, and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees, as well as licensure and certificate programs. Through their achievements, our graduates prove the value of programs such as Nursing, Education, Education Leadership, Counselor Education, Special EducationProfessional Science Master's and English.

Further Your Career 

Whether you are interested in furthering your education to qualify for a new job, change careers, or advance in your current position, our graduate programs are designed to help you position yourself for the future. While Winona State University was founded 150 years ago, we remain committed to the primacy of teaching and learning, the significance of the individual, and the importance of a practical education within a highly personalized approach to graduate study.

 

SPED Alum Recognized
SPED Alum Recognized

SPED alum, Melissa Schaller ('95), has been honored with the year's Distinguished Alumna Award. 

Nursing Professor Published
Nursing Professor Published

Director of Graduate Nursing Sonja J. Meiers has published an article in the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

Warriors Go Abroad
Warriors Go Abroad

Congrats Sally Marske, Brian Zeller & Ashley Torgerson, winners of International Programs’ Travel Abroad Photo Contest!

Democracy in Action
Media Advisory This event is not open to the public, but media are encouraged to attend. For photo and interview opportunities, call the WSU ...
Recognizing Equality Initiative
Winona State University will host “The Recognizing Equality Initiative” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 24, in the Student Activity Center, Kryzsko ...
WSU President DJs for KQAL
Tune in to hear Winona State University President Scott Olson serve as guest DJ for KQAL 89.5 FM from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 28. Listen ...
Student Activism in Comparative Perspective
Student Activism in Comparative Perspective
Professor Edward Guernica will exam the recent student groups challenging their governments and compare them to movements in the '60s.