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Saint Martin's University prepares students for successful lives through its undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, computer science, education, engineering, nursing and leadership. Saint Martin's offers programs primarily at its Lacey campus with a subset of programs offered at its extended campus located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and online.

Saint Martin's University has four colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education and Counseling, the School of Business, and The Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering.

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Business & Accounting

Saint Martin’s business, accounting and economics programs honor our liberal arts heritage and Benedictine values, while combining a broad understanding of these disciplines to become ethical leaders in diverse and changing workplaces. We also offer comprehensive programs that also allow students to specialize in separate functional areas.

Accounting

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Program Levels Available
  • Undergraduate

Accounting

Accounting at Saint Martin's University focuses on the collection, analysis and communication of financial information for public and private organizations, or individuals. Saint Martin's prepares accounting graduates for responsible positions in private practice, corporate accounting, and governmental service through a deep foundation in current technologies and best practices.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
Degree
  • Bachelor of Arts

Business & Management

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Business & Management

Program Levels Available
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Business Administration

Ready to learn how to become an effective and ethical leader in the corporate world? A business administration degree may be the best option for you.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
Degree
  • Bachelor of Arts

Finance

The Minor in Finance is available to Accounting majors, Business Administration majors pursuing a non-Finance concentration, and all majors within the other schools and colleges of Saint Martin’s University.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person

Management

The Minor in Management is available to Accounting majors, Business Administration majors pursuing a non-Management concentration, and to students pursuing majors within the other Schools and Colleges of Saint Martin’s University.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person

Marketing

The Minor in Marketing is available to Accounting majors, Business Administration majors pursuing a non-Marketing concentration, and all majors within the other schools and colleges of Saint Martin’s University.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
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Business & Management

Program Levels Available
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Saint Martin's University is designed to be both flexible and accommodating for students with or without an existing business degree. The goal is to meet the needs of professionals seeking to leverage their undergraduate degree, knowledge, skills, and experience.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • Hybrid
Degree
  • Master
  • Master (4+1)

Engineering & Technology

Saint Martin's engineering programs provide both a strong fundamental liberal arts foundation and a strong technical education. Our programs emphasize ethical values, teamwork, effective communication, problem-solving skills and service to society. They provide the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

Computer Science & Technology

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Computer Science & Technology

Program Levels Available
  • Certificate & Non-Degree

Washington Vets to Tech (WaV2T)

The 16-week Washington Vets to Tech certificate program provides computer science and information technology education, training, and professional development to active-duty service members in their last 6 months of service, veterans with an honorable or general discharge, and spouses of active-duty military or eligible veterans. Sessions begin each August, January and May.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
Degree
  • Certificate

Engineering

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Engineering

Program Levels Available
  • Graduate

Master of Engineering Management

Prepare to lead the way with a Master of Engineering Management (MEM) degree from Saint Martin's. The MEM provides engineering and science graduates with a balance of engineering, managerial, business, marketing, legal and information systems tools for an engineering management career in either the private or public sector.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
Degree
  • Master
  • Master (4+1)

Social Sciences

Saint Martin's social sciences programs are concerned with the development of human society, the nature of social institutions and roles, human behavior and the ideas that have shaped human life.

History & Political Science

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History & Political Science

Program Levels Available
  • Undergraduate

Political Science

The Political Science program at Saint Martin's University seeks to understand the basis of power in society, how that power is organized and exercised, and its impact on people’s lives. The department seeks to help its students engage in critical analysis of society and power structures.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
Degree
  • Bachelor of Arts

Psychology

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Psychology

Program Levels Available
  • Undergraduate

Psychology

If you are looking for a career where you can make an impact on the mental health and overall well-being of others, psychology may be the best major for you.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
  • Online
Degree
  • Bachelor of Arts

Society & Social Justice

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Society & Social Justice

Program Levels Available
  • Undergraduate

Criminology and Criminal Justice

If you dream of pursuing a career in law enforcement, corrections, legal studies or victim services, criminology and criminal justice may be the best major for you.

Campus
  • Main (Lacey)
  • Saint Martin's-JBLM
Type of Instruction
  • In Person
Degree
  • Bachelor of Arts

Schools and colleges

College of Arts and Sciences

Spanning the arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, and characterized by an educational environment that is both rigorous and supportive, the College of Arts and Sciences offers 20 undergraduate major programs and 20 minor programs.

College of Education and Counseling

The College of Education and Counseling is committed to educating dynamic, engaged, and culturally responsive leaders. Our graduates step into their schools, organizations, government agencies and nonprofits ready to engage with their communities in a way that honors and celebrates diversity in the spirit of Benedictine values. Join us in this important work - grounded in mission and driven by a vision of equitable education for all!

School of Business

The School of Business is committed to developing leaders for tomorrow’s business world. Our programs in business administration, accounting, economics and the MBA provide all the skills needed to succeed in today’s fast changing world.

Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering

The Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering seeks to provide our graduates with an education that will prepare them for successful careers in engineering practice and serve as preparation for advanced graduate studies, all while keeping with our Benedictine tradition as the guiding principle.