Schedule Options

In our College for Adults, you'll find multiple class scheduling options to keep you on track as you complete your associate degree or certificate.


  • Balancing Commitments

    associate degrees and certificates tailor-made for adults

    In St. Kate's College for Adults, you'll find multiple degree and certificate options—as well as the class scheduling options you need for advancement:

    Associate of Arts Degree: One evening per week
    You'll attend classes for the Associate of Arts degree just one evening per week, and graduate in just 18 months.

    Health Information/Coding: Evening classes for career-changers
    Are you looking to make a career change into the fast-growing field of health information technology and medical records? Earn a Medical Coding Certificate or a Health Information Specialist associate degree, with convenient evening classes.

    Clinical healthcare associate degrees: Concentrated, two-year pathways
    St. Kate's College for Adults offers associate degrees to prepare you for high demand clinical healthcare fields: Occupational Therapy Assistant, Eyecare—Opthalmic Technician, Radiography, and Physical Therapist Assistant. You'll take weekday courses for your major, along with hands-on clinical experiences in leading Twin Cities hospitals and clinics. You'll also choose from on-campus or online courses in liberal arts and sciences.

    Certificates: Fast-track options
    The College for Adults offers concentrated certificate options—fast-track pathways to gain new jobs. Consider a four-month Phlebotomy certificate, a nine-month Community Health Worker certificate, or a Medical Coding certificate (one year or more).


  • centrally located

    Most courses for associate degree programs in the College for Adults are offered on St. Kate's Minneapolis Campus. For liberal arts and science and elective courses, you'll select from courses on the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses, as well as online.


  • year-round course offerings

    Courses meet in fall, spring and summer terms — helping you stay on track to graduation.