All of our graduate-level courses are taught by faculty with years of professional experience in their field. Since your classmates are also working adults, every class discussion and group assignment is grounded in real-world applications. For example, as an MBA student, you will take on real community organizations as clients. And education students — all licensed teachers — use their own classrooms to conduct thesis research.
In the Cedar Rapids community, Mount Mercy is known for its spirit of service. As part of your graduate coursework, you will work closely with local businesses and non-profits to learn how ethical, socially responsible leadership can make a positive impact in communities.
Click on the following links for more information on coursework, faculty, admissions requirements, and tuition costs for each of our programs:
Master of Arts in Education
Specialization in reading
Specialization in special education
Master of Science in Nursing
Health advocacy track
Nurse education track
Nurse administrator track
If you have any questions about the graduate programs, contact Michael Lown at firstname.lastname@example.org or 319.363.1323 ext. 1864.