Colleges & Schools

Colleges & Schools

Our colleges and schools are each unique in their respective areas of expertise, yet they are united by our mission to lead with purpose and work together to offer interdisciplinary degree programs for our students.

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College of Arts & Sciences

Home to over 15 academic departments, the College of Arts & Sciences is the university’s largest college and offers educational programs in the liberal arts, fine arts, humanities, social sciences, and sciences, including nearly a dozen pre-professional fields.

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College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

One of the region’s health education leaders, the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences provides students with a collaborative, immersive learning environment that values interprofessional education and experiential training.

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Divinity School

Campbell Divinity prepares Christian leaders to serve through a holistic approach to theological education that integrates faith, academics, and practice.

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School of Business

The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business offers degree options that provide a clear career path that results in a job in your chosen field. A 4+1 program allows students to earn a bachelor’s and an MBA in just five years. Graduate and professional degrees are offered on main campus and in downtown Raleigh to serve full-time students and working professionals.

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School of Education & Human Sciences

The School of Education & Human Sciences blends theoretical, professional, and practical concepts to equip students with the skills, knowledge, and tools they need to succeed in the fields of , and .

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School of Engineering

The School of Engineering emphasizes a project-based, hands-on curriculum and incorporates a broad liberal arts and engineering education that equips students with a mix of core skills that prepares them for numerous engineering fields or advanced studies and that allows them to adapt to technology changes throughout their careers.

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School of Law

Located in downtown Raleigh, the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law offers its students unmatched networking, externship, and learning opportunities that equip them with superb professional skills and prepare them for purposeful lives of leadership and service.

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School of Osteopathic Medicine

The Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine prepares community-based physicians who take a holistic approach to care and who focus on serving rural and underserved populations.

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