Colleges and Departments

1. Membership

The academic programs of Limestone University are conducted within the framework of three academic colleges and ten departments.  The following degree programs are included in each college:

  • College of Business
  1. Department of Accounting, Economics, and Finance: Business Administration: Accounting, Economics, and Finance
  2. Department of Management: Business Administration: General, Management; MBA; Sport Management
  3. Department of Marketing and Administration: Business Administration: Legal Studies; Human Resource Management; Human Resource Training and Development; Marketing
  • College of Education and Health Professions
  1. Department of Behavioral Science: Criminal Justice; Psychology
  2. Department of Education and Kinesiology: Early Childhood Education; Elementary Education; Physical Education (Exercise Science, General, Strength & Conditioning, Teacher Education)
  3. Department of Nursing and Health Sciences: Athletic Training; Healthcare Administration; Health Science; Nursing
  4. Department of Social Work: Social Work (Bachelor's and Master's)
  • College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  1. Department of Humanities and Communication: Communication; English; History; Interdisciplinary Studies
  2. Department of Science and Mathematics: Biology; Computer Science; Health Informatics; Mathematics
  3. Department of Visual and Performing Arts: Art; Music; Music Education; Music Theatre; Theatre; Theatre Education


2. Responsibilities

Responsibilities of the colleges include:

  1. formulating courses and developing majors within that college,
  2. formulating the academic schedule,
  3. strengthening disciplines by curricular and budgetary planning, and by promotion,
  4. advising students regarding courses, University requirements, majors, minors, graduate schools, careers, etc.,
  5. supervising student teaching,
  6. recommending the creation of a new faculty position according to the guidelines in the faculty-staff handbook,
  7. cooperating with the Faculty Development Committee in implementing evaluation procedures,
  8. preparing a budget, controlling expenses, and selecting library materials
  9. promoting lectures, concerts, newsletters, plays, retreats, and special events, related to the discipline,
  10. supervising the purchase and care of equipment and use of facilities,
  11. cooperating with the Admissions Office in recruiting students, supervising student help, preparing school and/or degree program literature,
  12. selecting recipients of certain scholarships, honors, and awards,
  13. carrying out other activities which contribute to the effectiveness of the school.
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