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Undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and certificate programs at Benedictine University are housed in the Daniel L. Goodwin College of Business, the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Science and Health and the School of Education.
Advancing the liberal arts experience of students is a key component of a Benedictine University education. The College of Liberal Arts provides this to undergraduates through its major and minor programs, interdisciplinary offerings, support for the core curriculum and to adult undergraduate and graduate students.
The College of Science and Health includes the departments of Biology, Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics and Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science as well as Health Administration, Nursing and Nutrition and Public Health. At the graduate level, the College offers a master's degree in clinical exercise physiology, public health, nursing, nutrition, integrative physiology and molecular and cellular biology.
One of Benedictine University's great strengths is its integration of liberal with professional learning. The Daniel L. Goodwin College of Business offers 10 undergraduate degree programs, three master's programs, several graduate certificates and a doctoral program in Organization Development. Programs are designed to meet the needs of traditional-age students as well as working adults, with courses offered in semester, quarter, accelerated and cohort formats.
Quality teacher education places great emphasis on a strong liberal arts foundation. The interactive relationship among liberal arts, disciplinary area of study, professional education and communication skills uniquely prepares Benedictine University students for a career in teaching. Benedictine University has provided accredited teacher education for 40 years.