A Commitment to Academic Excellence

Through St. Catherine University’s Continuing Education programs, corporate partners build a stronger, more agile workforce.

Creating a Culture of Inclusion,
Engagement and Meaning

St. Catherine University is committed to inclusivity, advancing wisdom and justice, and powering lives of meaning. St. Kate’s Continuing Education program focuses on helping working professionals maximize their talent and skills. For corporate partners, these programs provide a variety of educational pathways to build a more productive and engaged workforce.

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Our developmental pathways give professionals diverse and meaningful educational opportunities, allowing them to acquire skills that align with your organization’s needs.

Advanced education and training support lifelong learners in becoming lifelong leaders. St. Kate’s also emphasizes creating leaders who act with integrity.
Our values provide the foundation for all we do. They include a commitment to academic excellence, community, integrity, social justice, and reflection.

St. Kate’s Continuing Education and Corporate Partnerships

St. Catherine University created its Continuing Education programs to help professionals learn the knowledge and skills needed to boost their careers. Through these programs, our corporate partners can connect their employees with education and training in a wide variety of fields and topics. Our programs work well for professionals at all levels of learning who are employed by private businesses, nonprofit organizations, and public agencies.

Developmental Pathways
Offered by St. Kate’s

To better meet the needs of organizational leadership, St. Kate’s offers a wide variety of developmental pathways that give corporate partners the ability to choose what works best in their particular situation. This flexibility makes it more convenient to customize how they educate and train their workforce.





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History of St. Catherine University

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, under the leadership of Mother Seraphine Ireland, founded St. Catherine University (originally called the College of St. Catherine) in 1905 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The university is named for St. Catherine of Alexandria, a 4th century Egyptian lay philosopher who suffered martyrdom for her faith.

St. Catherine University offers degree programs through the College For Women, College For Adults, and Graduate College. Throughout its rapid growth this century, St. Kate’s has remained committed to the fundamental platform on which it was built – the university’s mission, heritage and reputation for academic excellence.

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An Experienced Faculty

Faculty members at St. Catherine University include active researchers, professional speakers, and award-winners. Many faculty members are known internationally for their contributions to advance their field of study.

Tenzin Banari testimonial

St. Kate’s has given me more confidence to lead and a voice to represent as a minority student. It’s helped me grow into my role at work. Having knowledge has pushed me into exploring other positions. Growth makes you feel more prepared. I can definitely sense the support from my peers and that it’s a strong network. A network has its own power that is limitless.

Tenzin Banari MAOL’21
MAOL, ’21

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