Saint Katherine College is located in beautiful San Diego, CA
Saint Katherine College is a private, non-profit college of liberal arts and sciences that focuses on integrative teaching in core subjects in addition to instruction in major-specific requirements. The College is authorized by the California Bureau for Private Post-secondary Education (BPPE) to award Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees in twelve majors.
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Rev. Dr. John Strickland's History Podcasts on AFRSaint Katherine College's History professor, Rev. Dr. John Strickland, has been developing a series of twenty podcasts on Ancient Faith Radio. The podcasts are reflections on the history of Christian civilization, or Christendom.
Forum Lecture Series ~ Spring, 2014
Each lecture is scheduled for a Monday beginning at 7:30 pm and concluding at 9:00 pm. The presentation should be approximately one hour with time at the end for questions and discussion. Please read dates in upcoming events below. Lectures are free and open to the public. Dates subject to change or cancellation.
Science Fiction and Spirituality Film Series (Spring 2014)681 Encinitas Blvd, Rm. 304 (the Commons) Wednesdays at 7:30pm, starting January 29th
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Interested in learning more about the College?Then listen to the voices of Saint Katherine College as individuals share their experience of the College. John Maddex of Ancient Faith Radio recently interviewed a host of people during our celebration of Saint Katherine Day.
1. Metropolis – January 29th
2. The Day the Earth Stood Still – February 5th
3. 2001: A Space Odyssey – February 12th
4. Close Encounters of the Third Kind – February 19th
5. Brazil – February 26th
6. Solaris – March – 5th
7. The Prestige – March – 12th
8. Tron Legacy (2010) – March – 19th
a brief recap and casual discussion will follow each film.
February 3 Elisabeth Pace, Saint Katherine College
“Ut Dialectica Musica: The Order of Logos Embodied in Musical Treatises of the German Renaissance”
February 10 Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago
“Answering Difficult Political Questions with Data”
February 24 Thomas Ziegler, UC San Diego (Emeritus)
“The Extending of Human Life”
March 3 Gene Yeo - UCSD
"Unraveling gene complexity in neurons"
March 10 Daniel Katz, California State University, Northridge
“Error-Correcting Codes: From Hard Drives to Cell Phones to Deep
Join Saint Katherine College next summer for a two-week group trip to the Holy Land and Saint Katherine Monastery in Mt. Sinai. The trip will commence June 2015. Reservations are now open.
Click here for specific information about the itinerary and pricing.
College Sponsored Holy Land Trip – June 14-28, 2015Join Saint Katherine College next summer for a two-week group trip to the Holy Land and Saint Katherine Monastery in Mt. Sinai. The trip will commence June 14, 2015. Reservations are now open. Click here for specific information about the itinerary and pricing. Dates subject to change
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At Saint Katherine College, our students and faculty are making a difference every day on our campus and in our community, but we can't do it alone. We do it through the generosity of alumni, parents and friends — like you — who believe strongly in our mission.
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Ariel A.Class of 2014
Saint Katherine College has a wonderfully intimate atmosphere that promotes learning in all fields. The professors know what they're talking about, care about what they're talking about, and want us students to know as well. I would not want to be anywhere else for my scholastic pursuits.
Degree Programs (BA/BS)
- Business, Management and Economics
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- English Language and Literature
- History (including concentrations in Armenian Studies, Coptic Studies, Russian Studies)
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Kinesiology and Nutrition
- Public Health and Policy Studies (including concentration in Criminal Justice and Law)
- Theology (Orthodox Christian)
- Men's & Women's Basketball
- Women's Volleyball
- Men's & Women's Soccer