College of Arts and Sciences
Over 40 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.
School of Music, Art, and Theatre
Prepare for your future at North Park’s School of Music, Art, and Theatre where you’ll get the personalized attention and performance opportunities you need to reach your goals as a vocalist or instrumentalist. Choose from four undergraduate programs or two Master’s degrees.
School of Business and Nonprofit Management
North Park University has been offering business education since it was founded in the late 1800s, and continues to expand its undergraduate and graduate offerings to meet the demands of growing business and nonprofit sectors. All of the School of Business and Nonprofit Management programs are fully accredited, ensuring that you’ll receive an education that prepares you for a life of significance and service.
School of Professional Studies
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.
School of Education
The School of Education has been preparing highly effective educators to teach in complex and changing classrooms for over 40 years. Programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels will prepare you to be a competent, respectful, and reflective professional, ready to serve in a wide range of schools.
School of Nursing and Health Sciences
North Park has been preparing professional, compassionate nurses since 1965. Our commitment to excellence is well-known throughout Chicagoland, opening doors for clinical education and healthcare job placement opportunities for our students.
North Park offers many courses through online, intensive hybrid, and regional class models, making it possible for students to complete up to two-thirds of their degree at a distance. While all master’s degrees require at least one-third of classes to be taken in residence, these options may allow you to complete your degree without moving to Chicago.