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College of
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The College of Business Administration is an innovative learning community that educates entrepreneurial, ethical and socially responsible future business leaders for the dynamic global economy. We serve traditional and adult undergraduate and part-time graduate students with nationally recognized programs accredited by AACSB International. Business professionals find opportunities for personal development and life-long learning through continuing education courses offered in the Center for Executive Education.

Undergraduate School of Business Administration
The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business

Mike Curb College of
ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC BUSINESS
The Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business combines challenging academic study with robust extracurricular activities to prepare men and women for operational, administrative, creative, and technical careers in a variety of music and entertainment related industries. The college offers three undergraduate degrees (B.A., B.S., & B.B.A.) and four areas of study (audio engineering, entertainment industry studies, music business and songwriting) and maintains an elective specialization in entertainment and music business within the Masters of Business Administration degree (M.B.A.).
Gordon E. Inman College of
HEALTH SCIENCES & NURSING

The Gordon E. Inman College of Health Sciences & Nursing offers a comprehensive education to students in a Christian environment, preparing them to become practitioners in health and social welfare fields. Departments include Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, and Social Work.

Undergraduate School of Nursing
Graduate School of Nursing
School of Occupational Therapy
School of Physical Therapy
Department of Social Work

College of
LAW


The College of Law offers graduate-level programs that provide a natural extension of the University's mission and vision, which emphasize challenging academics, a service-minded approach, real-world experience, and community leadership. Belmont law graduates will be practice-ready attorneys, empowered by their education and co-curricular experiences to provide legal counsel in a variety of settings, with commitment to high standards of expertise and ethics.


College of
LIBERAL ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES
The College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences strives to provide an environment in which students gain the knowledge, skills, and spirit to be lifelong learners. The strength of our College rests on incredible faculty who are from a breadth of academic disciplines. The faculty and staff are all dedicated to making students' educational experiences at Belmont second to none. The College is made up of three schools: the School of Education, School of Humanities and School of Social Sciences.  

School of Education
- Department of Education
- Department of Sport Science

School of Humanities
- Department of English
- Department of Foreign Languages
- Classics
- European Studies

School of Social Sciences
- Department of Communication Studies
- Department of History
- Department of Media Studies
- Department of Political Science
- Department of Public Relations
- Department of Sociology
College of
PHARMACY

Belmont University’s College of Pharmacy is becoming a nationally-recognized center for practice and leadership in pharmacy education with an innovative clinical doctorate. Building on the traditional Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) curriculum, the college offers students the opportunity to specialize in one of five areas: pharmacy management, information management, missions, pharmacotherapy or interdisciplinary care delivery. Each of these areas educate students for life-long professional improvement and service as competent and compassionate practitioners

College of
SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS

The College of Sciences and Mathematics challenges students to see knowledge as dynamic, while promoting scientific and mathematical principles as ways of knowing the world.  Both students and faculty engage in scientific and mathematical practices that explore intellectual boundaries based on an established understanding of the world.  Faculty employ innovative pedagogies, technology, research, and scholarship to encourage reflection on, and an understanding of, a scientific way of knowing. 

Department of Biology
Department of Chemistry and Physics
Department of Math and Computer Science
Department of Psychological Science

college of
theology & christian ministry
The College of Theology and Christian Ministry seeks to be a premier academic community that nurtures a living faith in God.
College of
Visual & Performing Arts

The College of Visual and Performing Arts strives to be an active community that encourages imagination, nurtures creativity and promotes intellectual and professional growth in the arts. Its departments include Music, Theatre and Art.

School of Music
Department of Art 
Department of Theatre and Dance

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
ADULT DEGREE PROGRAMS
Designed to meet the needs of busy working adults, Belmont's University College offers degrees in the following areas: Accounting, General Business, Liberal Studies (self-design), Ministry, Public Relations Management, RN-BSN and Social Work. Our program provides opportunities for students to complete their degrees on a flexible time schedule.


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