Students at The College of St. Scholastica are exposed to a challenging yet supportive academic environment that engages them in learning and in finding their place in the world. A St. Scholastica education — whether at the bachelor's, master's or doctoral level or on our Duluth campus or at extended sites throughout Minnesota — is shaped by our Catholic Benedictine heritage. It includes a strong emphasis on faculty interaction with students, student engagement in the academic process, and learning outside the classroom.
We invite you to explore our curriculum, which prepares students for work in arts and letters, business and technology, education, health sciences, nursing, and sciences.
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