Whether it’s required for your profession or gives you a competitive edge, earning a certificate, master’s degree or doctorate can take your knowledge and skills to a higher level. St. Kate’s offers graduate-level studies in business, education, library and information science, healthcare careers, social work, theology and interpreting studies.
Enroll in the College for Adults if you're an adult student seeking a certificate, associate or bachelor's degree. Get "St. Kate's Ready" through career-enhancing programs designed just for adults. Many programs are offered in flexible evening, weekend and online formats for working professionals.
Choose from a variety of career-oriented learning opportunities in business, education, and library and information science. We have courses for undergrad and graduate students, as well as certificates and continuing education for practicing professionals.
Engage in St. Kate’s team-oriented healthcare education and learn how you can help transform healthcare and healthcare delivery. You’ll participate in meaningful and relevant clinical education for hands-on experience. The School offers degrees that range from entry-level to advanced, including nursing degrees at all four levels.
Part of a liberal arts education at St. Kate’s is taking the same core courses as every other student, creating a common experience that builds a cohesive campus community and advances St. Kate’s mission. The School is also home to more than 25 majors and 30 minors, as well as the Master of Arts in Theology.
Access this nationally ranked and accredited social work degree program offered by one faculty across two campuses. Prepare for generalist practice with an undergraduate degree, or focus on clinical social work with a master’s. We also offer an online doctorate in social work and several professional education programs for achieving and maintaining licensure.
The O'Neill Center addresses the diverse academic needs and interests of students. The staff offers programs, services and facilities designed to promote academic achievement through these centers.