Campbell University’s oldest school, the College of Arts and Sciences, continues to provide undergraduate students with one of the most outstanding liberal arts educational programs in the nation. The programs are delivered by faculty, nearly 90% of whom have the highest available degree in their teaching discipline.
The primary function of the College of Arts and Sciences at Campbell University is two-fold. First, the College provides the general education component (the “general college curriculum”) of a liberal arts education to all undergraduate programs of the university. Second, the College provides a large array of undergraduate programs in the traditional arts and sciences disciplines. The major objective of the College of Arts and Sciences is to accomplish these functions in an excellent manner consistent with the Christian mission and purpose of Campbell University.
Having opened in 1996, Campbell University Divinity School has more than 230 students seeking degrees in Master of Arts in Christian Education, Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry programs. The school has 298 graduates serving literally around the world. They are pastors, missionaries, chaplains, ministers of music, ministers of youth and children, ministers of education, and serve in a variety of other ministries.
School of Education
The School of Education offers a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education, Birth to Kindergarten, Special Education and Psychology, as well as a Bachelor of Social Work. The School also offers a Master of School Administration, Master of Arts in Community Counseling, Master of Education (M.Ed.) in School Counseling, and an M.Ed in Education. In addition, the School of Education offers the professional component for undergraduate teacher licensure in Biology, English, French, Mathematics, Music, Exercise Science (PE) Education, Social Studies and Spanish. In addition to these programs, the School of Education offers the component for the Academically and Intellectually Gifted Add-on license.
The Campbell University School of Pharmacy was established in 1986 and is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education. In July of 2009, the name of the school was updated to the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences to accommodate the Physician Assistant Program. This name change will also provide the foundation to implement future health science programs in the years to come.
Founded in 1976, the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law has an enrollment of over 300 students and enjoys a heritage derived from three distinct traditions—the noble tradition of the legal profession, the Christian tradition, and the finer traditions of the rural South, such as friendliness and self-reliance. It seeks to educate lawyers who are prepared to serve their communities with legal skills and ethical and intellectual leadership.
Developed from Campbell’s first Department of Business, established in 1893, the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business was formally established in 1983. It offers undergraduate degrees in business administration, accounting, trust management, computer information systems, economics, international business, and golf management, as well as a Master of Business Administration degree. Reporting an enrollment of approximately 750 students, the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business is one of only 11 schools in the nation to have a golf management program approved by the PGA.