Saint Katherine is a nationally recognized university of arts and sciences that focuses its integrated, interdisciplinary teaching in the core areas of Composition, English Language and Literature, American Government and History, Economics, Business, and the Sciences as part of an innovative approach to general education. Students may complete degree (BA/BS) programs in 15 concentrations, pre-professional studies (health sciences and graduate studies), and PK-12 teacher credentialing preparation in addition to graduate studies (MA). Outstanding teaching and research – with relevance to the practical world and Christian witness as guiding principles – is our primary aim.
The University of Saint Katherine emphasizes interdisciplinary collaborations, laboratories, field experience, international study, and programs whose work cuts across traditional departmental boundaries. We realize these aims in a singularly collegial, interdisciplinary atmosphere while educating outstanding students to become creative members of society. Instruction at the University of Saint Katherine reflects on and emphasizes awareness and understanding of cultures worldwide.
The University of Saint Katherine is not-for-profit, WSCUC-accredited, independent, coeducational, and privately endowed. The University of Saint Katherine admits students of all religious and faith backgrounds. All classes are taught by qualified faculty with substantial professional experience and the appropriate academic credentials.