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Carroll University

1 Campus
59 Programs

Carroll University is a private, Christian liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. Carroll University offers students more than 95 areas of study, in both undergraduate and graduate programs. Programs include Communication, Sociology, Computational and Physical Sciences, Education, English, Modern Languages, History, Political Science, Religious Studies, Life Sciences, Visual/Performing Arts, Medicine, Human Movement Sciences, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Accounting, Business Administration, Business Economics, Finance, Health Care Administration, Marketing, Management and Leadership. Financial aid available to those who qualify.

Available Programs

  • Communication, General
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management, General
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • International Relations and Affairs
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Business Administration and Management, General
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Organizational Leadership
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Accounting
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Small Business Administration / Management
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Actuarial Science
    Business, Marketing, and Communication

  • Graphic Communications, General
    Computer, Information, and Technology

  • Information Technology
    Computer, Information, and Technology

  • Computer Science
    Computer, Information, and Technology

  • Illustration
    Design, Arts, and Architecture

  • Drama and Dramatics / Theatre Arts, General
    Design, Arts, and Architecture

  • Photography
    Design, Arts, and Architecture

  • Art / Art Studies, General
    Design, Arts, and Architecture

  • Music, General
    Design, Arts, and Architecture

  • Special Education and Teaching, General
    Education and Human Services

  • Elementary Education and Teaching
    Education and Human Services

  • Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Oth
    Education and Human Services

  • Music Teacher Education
    Education and Human Services

  • Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
    Education and Human Services

  • Education, Other
    Education and Human Services

  • Health and Physical Education / Fitness, General
    Education and Human Services

  • Public Health Education and Promotion
    Education and Human Services

  • Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Administration
    Legal, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Services

  • European Studies / Civilization
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Spanish Language and Literature
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • English Language and Literature, General
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Writing, General
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Liberal Arts and Sciences / Liberal Studies
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • General Studies
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Mathematics and Computer Science
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • International / Global Studies
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Multi- / Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Philosophy, Other
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Religion / Religious Studies
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Psychology, General
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Political Science and Government, General
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Sociology
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • History, General
    Liberal Arts, Humanities, and Literature

  • Computer Software Engineering
    Math, Engineering, and Physical Sciences

  • Engineering Physics / Applied Physics
    Math, Engineering, and Physical Sciences

  • Mathematics, General
    Math, Engineering, and Physical Sciences

  • Chemistry, General
    Math, Engineering, and Physical Sciences

  • Sport and Fitness Administration / Management
    Medicine and Health Care

  • Kinesiology and Exercise Science
    Medicine and Health Care

  • Physician Assistant
    Medicine and Health Care

  • Athletic Training / Trainer
    Medicine and Health Care

  • Clinical Laboratory Science / Medical Technology / Technologist
    Medicine and Health Care

  • Physical Therapy / Therapist
    Medicine and Health Care

  • Pre-Veterinary
    Medicine and Health Care

    Your path to veterinary school begins by earning your undergraduate degree and completing any prerequisite coursework at Carroll University. Our advisors will work with you every step of the way to ensure your success. We also provide additional resources to help you build a strong graduate school application, research schools, prepare for graduate interviews and more. Students interested in veterinary medicine can select from a wide variety of majors at Carroll, as long as they complete the courses required by the veterinary college of their choice. Biology and biochemistry are the most popular options, but other majors including animal behavior, psychology or communication. Outside of the required coursework, Carroll pre-vet students benefit from developing valuable research skills within courses or working independently with a faculty member.

    Many veterinary colleges do not require students to complete their bachelor’s degree before enrolling in veterinary school, although a large majority of students who enter veterinary college do so after they complete their undergraduate degree. Carroll does have a mechanism whereby exceptional students who choose to enroll in veterinary school after their junior year can transfer certain first year veterinary school courses back to complete their Carroll degree.

  • Pre-Veterinary
    Medicine and Health Care

    Your path to veterinary school begins by earning your undergraduate degree and completing any prerequisite coursework at Carroll University. Our advisors will work with you every step of the way to ensure your success. We also provide additional resources to help you build a strong graduate school application, research schools, prepare for graduate interviews and more. Students interested in veterinary medicine can select from a wide variety of majors at Carroll, as long as they complete the courses required by the veterinary college of their choice. Biology and biochemistry are the most popular options, but other majors including animal behavior, psychology or communication. Outside of the required coursework, Carroll pre-vet students benefit from developing valuable research skills within courses or working independently with a faculty member.

    Many veterinary colleges do not require students to complete their bachelor’s degree before enrolling in veterinary school, although a large majority of students who enter veterinary college do so after they complete their undergraduate degree. Carroll does have a mechanism whereby exceptional students who choose to enroll in veterinary school after their junior year can transfer certain first year veterinary school courses back to complete their Carroll degree.

  • Environmental Science
    Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology

  • Biology / Biological Sciences, General
    Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology

  • Biochemistry
    Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology

  • Animal Behavior and Ethology
    Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology

  • Human Biology
    Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Biology

  • Registered Nursing / Registered Nurse
    Nursing

Accreditation

Carroll University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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Learn more at the Carroll University website.

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