Colleges and Schools

North Park University's colleges and schools offer a wide variety of academic programs to both undergraduate and graduate students. The Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, along with the director of each school, advise the University Provost in the leadership of these programs. Explore the colleges and school using the links below, or learn more about the organization of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences.

Undergraduate Studies

Undergraduate Academics at North Park University Over 50 undergraduate majors, concentrations, pre-professional programs, and certificates in a wide range of liberal arts and sciences with the classes and the curriculum to prepare you for your future. (Read More)

School of Business and Nonprofit Management

The School of Business and Nonprofit Management at North Park University Since 1891 North Park University has been a recognized leader in management education, providing ethical leadership, applying critical thinking skills, and striving for balance between their professional and personal lives. (Read More)

School of Professional Studies

The School of Adult Learning at North Park University Completing a bachelor’s degree at North Park University is convenient, flexible, and affordable. We offer an easier transition back to the classroom with convenient scheduling and locations and majors with real-life applications. (Read More)

School of Education

The School of Education at North Park University We prepare teachers to provide dynamic, creative instruction with a blend theoretical instruction and an extensive array of practical experiences. (Read More)

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing at North Park University has successfully prepared professional nurses to practice in dynamic and challenging healthcare settings for decades. (Read More)

School of Music

The School of Education at North Park University A full spectrum of academic courses provides the foundation for an informed musician and a wide array of applied training, performance opportunities, and touring. (Read More)

Next Steps

Read a welcome letter from Dean Charles Peterson.

Learn more about the Office of the Provost.