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Aquinas College Graduate Programs

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Master of Management Program
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Grand Rapids, MI 49506-1801

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Aquinas’s Master of Management (MM) program offers a broader view of business. Our graduate students learn to think strategically, understand organizational culture and effectively motivate the people who power a business. Our small classes and flexible schedules allow you to learn at your own pace. On a fast track, you can finish the program in as little as 18-months for full time students, and 24-months for concentrations. Or, take as long as seven years. It’s completely up to you. That’s just part of the AQ advantage.

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The Master in the Art of Teaching (M.A.T.) program offers advanced studies for certified classroom teachers. Numerous program options are available that allow certified teachers to add endorsements to their teaching certificates, to attend classes that will count towards their professional certificates, or to earn a master’s degree. The Master in Education (M.Ed.) program is designed for individuals who have a Bachelor’s degree and wish to earn secondary Michigan teacher certification. The M.Ed. program allows students to complete initial certification requirements and work on the master degree concurrently.

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The Master of Art in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree program at Aquinas College has been established to meet the increasing demand for mental health professionals. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of new jobs for Licensed Professional Counselors is projected to increase by 39% over current numbers by the year 2025. The CMHC at Aquinas College is a 60 semester hour program designed to prepare students to become highly skilled and highly competent mental health counseling professionals. Graduates will be eligible to become Licensed Professional Counselors in Michigan and other states. Our intimate and selective program admits only high quality students for our practice-based cohort program.

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Aquinas College is great where it counts.

  • 1,900
    Total student enrollment
  • 95%
    Placement rate
  • 63
    Majors and programs