A northern Indiana Catholic women's college plans to add graduate-level programs that enroll men.
St. Mary's College in South Bend announced Monday it likely will add three graduate degree programs, including one in speech pathology.
President Carol Ann Mooney tells The South Bend Tribune the graduate program will have about 120 students total.
Mooney says federal regulations require graduate programs to be open to both men and women.
St. Mary's has awarded graduate degrees to men in the past. College archivist John Kovach says records show three men earned graduate degrees in theology between 1943 and 1969.
Some undergraduate men already take classes at St. Mary's under a partnership with the adjacent University of Notre Dame.
Information from: South Bend Tribune, http://www.southbendtribune.com