Programs at WSU Rochester

Undergraduate Programs

Do you need to complete your bachelor’s degree?  Winona State University-Rochester offers the upper division coursework needed to complete a bachelor’s degree in the following areas:

Accounting
Business Administration
Computer Science
Education
Healthcare Leadership and Administration
Human Resources Management
Individualized Studies
Nursing
Social Work


Degree Completion

Winona State University collaborates with Rochester Community and Technical College to offer complete educational programs to the area. Through the "Path to Purple" program students can complete baccalaureate degree programs by transferring lower-division credits from RCTC and completing upper-level courses at WSU-Rochester.

Graduate Programs

Winona State University-Rochester also offers graduate programs from the College of Education and College of Nursing and Health Sciences.

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College of Education
Master of Science in Counselor Education
Counselor Education: Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Teacher Preparation Collaborative (TPC)
Master of Science in Education Graduate Induction Program (GIP)
Master of Science in Education Leadership (Organizational Leadership, Professional Leadership Studies, Recreation Leadership, Teacher and School Leadership, Sports Management)
Licensure Programs (K-12 Principal, Superintendent)
Specialist Degree (Ed.S) in Education Leadership (K-12 Principal, Superintendent)

College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Master of Science (MS)
Graduate Certificate (GC)
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)