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Recognizing the need for preparing outstanding professionals in the fields of divinity, pharmacy and health sciences, law, business, education and medicine, Campbell University offers some of the finest graduate degree programs in the Southeast. Campbell graduate schools have received national accreditation and students are consistently honored for academic and professional achievements.
The purpose of the Campbell University Divinity School is to provide Christ-centered, Bible-based, and ministry-focused theological education. Campbell University Divinity School is committed to a holistic approach to graduate theological education.
The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business is committed to being a leader among business schools engaging faculty, staff, and students in both hands-on learning and academic exploration as a community of Christian scholars.
Campbell Law School is a highly demanding, purposely small, intensely personal community of faculty and students whose aim, guided by transcendent values, is to develop lawyers who possess moral conviction, social compassion and professional competence, who view the practice of law as a calling to serve others, and to create a more just society.
The School of Education at Campbell University offers undergraduate degrees with teaching licensure in Birth-Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle Grades, Secondary, and some K-12 teaching fields. Undergraduate degrees can also be earned in Psychology and Social Work.
The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is committed to preparing students to excel in the ever-expanding world of health care. The College offers two professional degrees, three graduate degrees and three undergraduate programs, training students for a variety of rewarding careers in the health professions.
Campbell University seeks to establish North Carolina’s first new medical school in more than three decades. The leadership of Campbell University is committed to meeting the primary care needs of North Carolina through the development of a new medical school.
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