The Foster College of Business creates ideas that advance business thought and practice, provide experiential learning that develops leaders who will enrich the world, and serve as a valued partner for business and society. Ranked as one of the world's best, the Foster College of Business offers a comprehensive business education to over 700 undergraduate students through 15 programs of study, and over 300 students in one of 10 minors. Approximately 100 graduate students also attend accelerated, part-time, or full-time programs within our four advanced degree options.
With all programs accredited by AACSB, the Foster College offers exceptional teaching, small class size, and requires all students to participate in experiential learning. Our students boast a 95% placement rate and 86% secure at least one internship working for small start up firms and the Fortune 500.
The Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts offers outstanding regional, national, and international programs in art, communication, interactive media, music, and theatre arts. The programs are unified by their focus on imagination, creativity, and communication.
The Slane College is located predominantly in the Caterpillar Global Communications Center, which was dedicated in 1996.
Bradley University's College of Education and Health Sciences develops leaders in the human service professions, including education, counseling, nursing, family and consumer sciences, health sciences, physical therapy and administration.
Fully accredited, the College of Education and Health Sciences boasts one of the highest job and graduate school placement rates on campus at nearly 100 percent for the past few years.
Located primarily in Jobst Hall, the Caterpillar College of Engineering and Technology has received nationwide recognition and accolades for providing sound technical background and practical cross-disciplinary experience. The college contains approximately 800 of Bradley’s 5,000 undergraduate students.
The Graduate School at Bradley University allows students to continue their education by pursuing one of 36 respected post-bachelor’s degrees, which include programs from each of the University’s five colleges.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences provides students with the central disciplines of a university education: the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematical and computational sciences.
Programs in the College lead to degrees with specialization in over 20 areas of study. Students may pursue the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science. The College also provides pre-professional programs interested in the health professions or law.