Registration is open now for our Fall 02 term that
begins October 20.
Enroll today or contact us to see if our
programs, and our
people are a match for you!
See the SMU Calendar for events that are open to the entire Saint Martin's learning community.
Rachele Smithson graduated in May with a bachelor's degree in accounting. She is working for a local bank while continuing to pursue a
Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree at Saint Martin's University.
360-736-9391, ext. 414
Welcome to the Extended Learning Division
ELD featuring three continuing education courses
MTH201 Introduction to Statistics
Oct. 20 - Dec. 18, 2014
This course is for anyone needing to understand how working professionals actually do statistical work in the modern world. For more information contact Harold Nelson, Ph.D., at HNelson@stmartin.edu, or to register contact Mercedes Garrido at MGarrido@stmartin.edu or 253-584-3533.
CJ395 Trauma, stress and the police officer
Oct. 20 - Dec. 18, 2014
Monday and Wednesday
Course co-taught by Saint Martin’s psychology professor Jennifer Jamison and Police Chief Hutchings, also a published author on the effects of stress on police officers. For more information or to register contact Mercedes Garrido at MGarrido@stmartin.edu or 253-584-3533.
Psy365 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Jan. 5 - Mar. 4, 2015
5 - 7:40 p.m.
An introduction to workplace psychology that covers effective leadership, employee management, psychometrics, hiring and performance reviews and training and development. For more information contact Ron Trapp at email@example.com or to register contact Mercedes Garrido at MGarrido@stmartin.edu or 253-584-3533.
The Extended Learning Division of Saint Martin's University is
committed to providing life-long learning opportunities to our busy
adults in our local communities. We take great pride in bringing the
best of Saint Martin's traditional and innovative learning
experiences to meet the needs of professionals, educators, active
and non-active military learners and members of the community. Our
learning community of
stretches from Everett and Seattle, to Tacoma and Joint Base Lewis-McChord,
to Olympia and Centralia, and beyond.
ENROLL in a class or APPLY to be admitted to a degree program.
Transitioning from JBLM to civilian life? How about a career in software development?
The Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) is an 18-week
program designed to provide software development training to
active duty service members transitioning out of the military.
The program was inspired by Sen. Patty Murray’s legislation, the
“VOW to Hire Heroes Act” and serves as a bridge for America’s
veterans from a military career to the technology field.
Information packets are available at the Stone Education Center,
or call 253-967-7174 to inquire.
Cannot participate in the MSSA program during the
Contact us about our evening courses that
lead to the bachelor's degree in computer science.
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comment at this short survey:
SMU ELD survey.