Leading employers recognize that St. Kate’s graduates bring something extra: A passion for meeting the needs of the individuals and communities they serve. A capacity for leadership. Excellence in professional preparation. Critical thinking, strong communication skills and an ability to work well in teams. A commitment to social justice and ethics.
At St. Catherine University’s School of Business and Leadership, adult students don’t settle for business as usual. New and emerging business professionals are advancing their careers through our innovative Evening/Weekend/Online degree and certificate programs.
Students bring their experiences to the classroom for lively discussions of real-world issues. Just as success in the business world is based on networking, teamwork and relationships, you’ll benefit from rich, collaborative learning with other experienced adult students.
As an Evening/Weekend/Online student, we’ll keep you moving up the Business and Leadership ladder. While still an undergraduate student, you can start taking courses for the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership degree.
Healthcare is growing and changing rapidly. But preparing for the future of healthcare isn’t just about filling jobs. It’s about preparing health professionals with the caring, critical thinking and clinical expertise needed to truly meet the challenge.
Graduates of our School of Health—one of the most comprehensive in the region— receive an education based on our high standards for excellence in clinical preparation, liberal arts learning, and Catholic Social Teaching.
Through our partnerships with the region’s most respected health providers, like Allina, HealthEast and Fairview Health Services, you’ll get a clinical education that meets national accreditation standards. Our flexible programs make it possible for working health professionals to move up the career ladder in certificate, associate, bachelor’s-completion, master’s and doctoral programs.
Whether you’re pursuing a college degree for personal enrichment or career advancement, a major from the School of Humanities, Arts and Sciences will serve you well.
In a bachelor’s degree program with a humanities major—English, Philosophy, Theology or Women’s Studies—you’ll dig deep into a discipline you love. You could learn how to think and analyze problems for your current or future job. You could develop research and analytical skills for a future graduate or professional degree. You could enrich yourself through philosophical, spiritual and literary ways of knowing; gain an understanding of culture, power and society; make connections and see new possibilities.