Bellarmine College 
of Liberal Arts (BCLA)

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LMU’s original college, BCLA, is a vital part of every student’s academic experience and its offerings reflect a Jesuit education’s core values. The college offers 22 majors and 30 minors that span the humanities, language, culture and the social sciences, enabling you to develop the powers of observation and insight into people and society that in turn strengthen your analytical and communication skills – traits prized by employers and top graduate and professional schools.

For more information visit bellarmine.lmu.edu

College Of Business Administration (CBA)

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LMU was one of the first universities in the nation to teach entrepreneurship, and our commitment to entrepreneurial thinking continues to this day in the form of programs like the M-School – an intensive and immersive program where students work with some of the greatest minds in advertising, branding and marketing. CBA is recognized as one of the top business schools in the country and prepares you to become a future business leader through a firm foundation in business ethics – a hallmark of a Jesuit education and a trait that employers demand. With this foundation, you will develop strong skills in your area of specialization through top-ranked programs like Accounting and Applied Information Management Systems.

For more information visit cba.lmu.edu

College Of Communication & Fine Arts (CFA)

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Programs of study in CFA focus on communication in all its forms. Through visual and performing art, rhetoric and media, CFA students bring ideas and vision to life, developing their creativity and talents along with strong analytical skills. When you graduate from CFA, you will join a growing network of alumni, who are actors, artists, curators and fundraisers, as well as leaders in fields like communications, public relations, human resources and education.

For more information visit cfa.lmu.edu

School of Education (SOE)

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The Center for Undergraduate Teacher Preparation (CUTP) within the School of Education offers great opportunities for students preparing for careers in K-12 teaching. The Center provides matriculation-to-graduation advising and other academic and professional support to students. Students completing a program supported by the Center will achieve both a major in their chosen discipline, as well as fulfill the requirements for a California preliminary teaching credential, which qualifies students to start their teaching career upon graduation. Our credentials are recognized in California and, through reciprocity agreements, in most states across the country.

For more information visit soe.lmu.edu

School Of Film & Television (SFTV)

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Our program is recognized nationally and internationally as one of the premier undergraduate programs in film and television. SFTV features a curriculum designed for the 21st century digital storyteller taught by award-winning faculty with deep industry experience. With a philosophy that inspires innovation and a facility modeled after a professional studio, you will have access to industry-standard equipment and the benefit of an extensive alumni network to help jump start your career.

For more information visit sftv.lmu.edu

Frank R. Seaver College of Science & Engineering (CSE)

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We believe in preparing our graduates to be the best engineers and scientists around the globe – individuals who not only excel at what they do, but are also ethically-minded and morally courageous people.

Through immersive learning with professional-grade equipment you will collaborate with your faculty and peers to conduct cutting-edge research in science, engineering and mathematics as you work collectively to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems.

For more information visit cse.lmu.edu

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