College for Adults | School of Business
With an accounting degree through St. Kate’s College for Adults, you'll gain a deep knowledge of accounting practices — and strategies for taking critical thinking and problem-solving to the next level. It is offered through a hybrid of online instruction and face-to-face meetings on our St. Paul, Minnesota campus.
Get Real Accounting Experience as an Undergrad
St. Catherine University credentials carry weight in the working world. Employers hire Katies because we’re well-rounded with deep entrepreneurial spirit.
Our accounting program classes involve discussion, case studies, teamwork, and ethics — a curricular commitment that has made us a model for other universities. You’ll apply classroom knowledge at a real business in our supervised internship course, Accounting Practicum. The accounting major offers hands-on experience and small classes of 14–20 students.
While pursuing your bachelor's degree in accounting, you may take up to two courses from St. Kate's MBA or Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership. Courses will count toward both your bachelor's and master's.
Demand for accountants is high, with strong job growth and a national mean wage of $78,820 annually, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2018).
As a graduate of the hybrid (on-campus and online) accounting degree program from St. Kate’s College for Adults, you will be prepared for careers such as:
- financial analyst
- public accountant
- management accountant
- government accountant
- internal auditor