We continue to be cautious to ensure the health and safety of our campus community. Given the status of our public health trends and the mandate from state and county public health orders, we have made the following calendar and modality decisions for the Summer 2021 session for our graduate programs.
Summer 2021 Graduate Instruction
Leavey School of Business - The Leavey School of Business will offer a limited selection of hybrid/modified face-to-face courses. Summer session classes begin on June 14.
School of Education and Counseling Psychology - Teaching and learning in the School of Education and Counseling Psychology will continue remotely for the summer 2021 session, with the exception of MATTC which will include some modified face-to-face or hybrid classes. As before, all courses will be labeled according to their format when you register and no student will be required to come to campus for in-person instruction. Summer session classes and MATTC pre-session begin on June 14 (MATTC Summer I begins on June 21).
School of Engineering will offer a highly limited number of hybrid or in-person classes for summer 2021. Summer session classes begin on June 21.
School of Law - The School of Law will remain 100% online for summer 2021. Summer session classes begin on May 29.
Jesuit School of Theology - The Jesuit School of Theology will remain 100% online for summer 2021. Summer session classes begin on June 7. Read the latest COVID-19 updates from the Jesuit School of Theology.
Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries - The Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries will be 100% online for summer 2021, with the following course offerings: PMIN 251: Ministering at the Margins, SPIR 224: Prayer and Prayer Methods, CATE 224: Missionary Discipleship, PMIN 203: Christology, CATE 240: Adult Faith Formation, RJUS 223: Introduction to the Criminal Justice System. Summer session classes begin June 5.
International Students - For F-1 students in Initial Status the following programs have sufficient courses to allow for a summer I-20 start date: MBA, MS Business Analytics, MS Information Systems and MS Finance & Analytics.
Below you will find important links to the COVID-19 informational sites for each graduate program at Santa Clara University. These links include information on academic calendars and schedules, in-person or virtual learning, FAQs, and contact information for people that can answer questions specific to each graduate program.
- Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries
- Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
- Online MBA, Executive MBA
- Masters in Information Systems (MSIS)
- Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA)
- Masters in Finance and Analytics (MSFA)
- Online MSFA
- Online Masters in Marketing (MSM)
We encourage you to continue to follow closely any communications from your school/program as well as the following resources:
- Immigration Considerations Related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Critical Health & Safety Information for Students
- SCU COVID-19 Testing Dashboard
- SCU Testing Protocol (weekly testing available to graduate students)
- Wellness Resources
Please continue to stay safe and email your dean’s office if you have questions.