Schools

Bellarmine College of Arts and Sciences

Bellarmine College of Arts and Sciences provides the liberal arts core of a Bellarmine undergraduate education. The College offers intriguing and valuable majors in the fine and performing arts, the humanities, the natural sciences, and the social sciences.

W. Fielding Rubel School of Business

The School of Business offers our business students a unique educational experience: a broad-based liberal arts education supplemented by top-notch business preparation. Employers love our graduates because of their writing and critical-thinking skills.

College of Health Professions

The College of Health Professions includes two schools - the Donna and Allan Lansing School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences and the School of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences. The Donna and Allan Lansing School of Nursing and Clinical Sciences houses the academic departments of nursing, respiratory therapy, medical laboratory sciences and radiation therapy. The School of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences houses the academic departments of exercise science, athletic training and physical therapy. 

Annsley Frazier Thornton School of Education

The School of Education is recognized throughout the region for producing outstanding teachers, a reputation that was earned through constant innovation and change. Most of our education majors are hired before they graduate and our graduates have an astounding pass rate on the Praxis certification tests.

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

The School of Continuing and Professional Studies serves adult learners by providing quality, convenient and affordable educational programs.

School of Communication

The School of Communication provides the media that capture the stories, the culture and the activities of the Bellarmine community. Our school is home to the Concord newspaper, the Lance yearbook, Bellarmine Radio and BU Sports Production. Both the undergraduate and graduate programs feature a liberal arts curriculum focused on communication ethics, theory, writing and media application.

School of Environmental Studies

The School of Environmental Studies provides the first undergraduate programs in environmental studies in Louisville, leads campus-wide initiatives in environmental sustainability, provides a home for faculty research in environmental science and land use planning, and directs the Bellarmine University Farm.