To graduate with a given degree or certificate, the student must complete the following requirements:
If changes in a program appear in the College catalog during a period of continuous enrollment, the student may elect to remain with the catalog under which he or she first entered the College or to follow the revised description in the new catalog unless such change to a program has been made in response to accreditation or other binding requirements. Students in a Health Science major which is cohort based may not change to a newer catalog without re-enrolling.
Completion at St. Catharine College of at least 30 credit hours of the associate degree as well as any aspects of a clinical or professional nature as required by the program. Requests to consider transfer credits and resulting residency requirements of less than 30 hours for the associate degree will be considered by the Department or Division with approval by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, but in no case will a degree be granted in which less than 25% of the required course work was taken from St. Catharine College. For transfer and residency requirements for bachelor degrees, see the specific program.
The completion of both the core studies component and the specified curriculum prescribed for the specific area of study.
A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale and the required GPA established for graduation in any specific major.
Completion of the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) examination and any other exit exam as might be required by any given degree program.
The resolution of all financial obligations to the College.