Colleges, Schools and Institutes
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We prepare leaders for tomorrow’s most in-demand careers in computer science, management, health care, information security and technology, through innovative multi-disciplinary programs and collaborative partnerships that provide invaluable, real-world learning experiences.
The best educators maintain the mindset of students: always curious, diligent and imaginative. We stay nimble and up-to-date so we can prepare 21st-century educators to be flexible thinkers and unrelenting problem-solvers—so they can prepare their students for the 22nd century.
At its very core, an engineer is in the business of making people’s lives better. Our students not only get a superior background in the academics of engineering, but they are taught in a faith-based environment where sensitivity to people and their needs is paramount.
Lipscomb offers an academic home for students who want to go into law, public service, non-profit management, corporate social justice and government, to name a few. The College of Leadership and Public Service is great common ground for students who understand that common sense and collaboration—not conflict—is the path to more common good in cultures, communities and nations.
We produce competent, caring and compassionate health care professionals who exemplify a commitment to a Christian life of service through rigorous academic undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees dedicated to the delivery of patient care and well-being.
Educating the next generation of chaplains, youth ministers and theologians, we provide opportunities for our students and campus visitors to forge a stronger connection with God, through four graduate courses of study, as well as annual ministry conferences, workshops and events.
Nursing is not a job, it’s a vocation. We’ve invested in a modern facility, equipped with a state-of-the-art simulation lab where students practice their clinical skills. We know this hands-on model works, because our nursing students are in high-demand when they graduate.
A resource for teachers and educational leaders to address the transformational reform efforts being led by the state of Tennessee, we create individualized educational opportunities to train and embed professional learning, so students experience better outcomes.
We focus on good business practices by a different model of leadership. Here, corporate leaders, directors and officers have the opportunity to collaborate with each other—through lectures, networking events and workshops—about employing honesty and fairness in the workplace.
We bring together seasoned spiritual formation programs, conferences and retreats, for nurturing intentional personal spirituality and discipleship. Our goal is to help students and the greater community understand, enrich and share their personal experience with God.
Growing out of the internationally recognized work of Dr. Randy Lowry, we assemble the best thinkers from a wide range of fields to examine why conflicts arise, and offer degrees, certificates, seminars and research dedicated to the advancement of conflict management.
Our program teaches critical thinking and engagement through a socio-legal perspective, providing students the strong legal basis they need to be successful—whether they plan on going to law school, working in government or public policy, or entering the non-profit field.
We equip students for careers in corporate, small business, public policy administration, facility management, construction, green development, consulting, entrepreneurship and other opportunities that demonstrate the value of sustainability for people, the planet and prosperity.
Building on the legacy of Nelson Andrews, our programs incorporate a collaborative civic leadership model, showcasing government, business and not-for-profit leaders working together for the common good, while equipping students with the skills necessary to launch civic change.