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Graduate Catalog 2001-2003
Graduate Catalog 2004-2006


Introduction to Graduate Academic Catalog

St. Catherine's offers a unique graduate experience that fosters the development of critical thinking, decision making and ethical leadership skills. We provide a professional graduate education that prepares students to become leaders in their fields and enriches their lives. In return, we invite students to give their education and careers their best -- to strive to think analytically, communicate effectively and solve problems creatively.

St. Catherine's offers nine graduate programs for women and men, each of which carries forth the College's commitment to academic excellence, intellectual inquiry and values-based education. Since its founding in 1905 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Catherine's has been consistently recognized for those strengths. In 1936, the College became the first Catholic college for women in the nation. The St. Catherine's community is made up of women and men from a broad range of ages, geographical origins and religious affiliations pursuing certificates and degrees at the associate, baccalaureate, master's and doctoral levels.


Overview of the Catalog for Graduate Studies
This catalog contains information about graduate studies at the College of St. Catherine for the 2006-2008 years. The catalog contains important policy, program and curriculum information that will guide students in making decisions for the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. Students who have questions about specific graduate programs should contact the program director. Questions about academic procedures should be directed to the Office of Academic Affairs at (651) 690-6500 or the Office of the Registrar at (651) 690-6531 or registrar@stkate.edu.

The provisions of this catalog are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between the students and the College. This catalog has attempted to present information about the College for academic years 2006-2008 as accurately and completely as possible. However, for educational or financial reasons, the College reserves its right to change at any time any of the provisions, statements, policies, curricula, procedures, regulations or fees found in this catalog. Such changes will be duly published and distributed. Students, faculty and staff of the College are responsible for all information and deadlines contained in this catalog.

In addition to being responsible for information contained in this catalog, Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) students should be familiar with the information in the Dominican University catalog. Master of Social Work (MSW) students need to be familiar with the information in the University of St. Thomas catalog. Students may obtain these catalogs by contacting the respective graduate program offices at the College of St. Catherine.

More information about St. Catherine's is available through the following College publications:
  • LeGuide - student guide published online annually by the office of student affairs
  • The Daily Update - internal College newsletter published online daily by the Communications Office
  • Individual administrative office brochures - for example, the Summary of Financial Procedures, published by the student accounts office
  • Leading Edge - published biannually by organizational leadership students, alumnae/i, faculty and staff
  • MAT Newsnotes - published by the graduate theology program director each semester
  • Social Work Perspective - published once per semester by the School of Social Work
  • Bibliophile - published once per semester by the Department of Library and Information Science
  • Teacher Talk - published once per semester by the Department of Education

To obtain these publications, individuals should call (651) 690-6000 and ask for the offices or departments listed above.


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