2001-2003 Academic Catalog
2003-2005 Academic Catalog
THE ST. PAUL CAMPUS
The St. Paul campus comprises the traditional baccalaureate women's college and several graduate programs offered to both women and men. The women's college encourages its students to define themselves independently of the narrow expectations of women that society widely holds. In an atmosphere sensitive to women's needs and concerns, the College provides quality programs in which students acquire knowledge, gain an understanding of their cultural heritage, develop the ability to make critical judgments and form a commitment to intellectual inquiry.
In addition to its broad-based liberal arts majors, St. Catherine's offers top-quality pre-professional course work, healthcare programs and professional majors.
Certificate and graduate programs, offered to both women and men, build on the strengths of baccalaureate programs and focus on professional certification and the development of personal and leadership qualities.
THE MINNEAPOLIS CAMPUS
The Minneapolis campus provides educational opportunities in healthcare fields to a diverse coeducational student body. The campus atmosphere and educational philosophy stress student development: frequent opportunities for success and individualized academic, personal and financial support. Its special mission is to educate competent health and human-services workers, with a regard for the whole person.
Associate degree programs include both professional and liberal arts courses. Certificate programs emphasize specialized knowledge and skills necessary to meet additional educational needs in these fields. Innovative programming and quick response to the changing demands of healthcare delivery systems characterize the programs offered on the Minneapolis campus. Some graduate programs are also located on the Minneapolis campus.
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