Campbell University’s oldest school, the College of Arts & Sciences, continues to provide undergraduate students with one of the most outstanding liberal arts education programs in the nation.
The primary function of the College of Arts & Sciences at Campbell University is twofold. 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 & Sciences is to accomplish these functions in an excellent manner consistent with the Christian mission and purpose of Campbell University.
The College’s location on a pedestrian campus that includes schools of Business, Education, Engineering, Divinity, Law, Osteopathic Medicine, and Pharmacy & Health Sciences offers students the opportunity to meet with and learn from undergraduate and graduate students and faculty representing a myriad of disciplines and professions.
The College of Arts & Sciences’ influence and reach extend far beyond the University’s main campus. Educational opportunities for non-traditional students are available online and at prime locations in North Carolina, including Raleigh, Fort Bragg, and Camp Lejeune. For more than 35 years, the University has also enjoyed a partnership with Tunku Abdul Rahman College in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Through this unique relationship, the College of Arts & Sciences provides courses of study leading to the Bachelor of Science degree.