The School of Music and Fine Arts provides opportunities for creative, culturally enriching experiences for the university community in Music and Fine Arts. Emphasis is on academic excellence, creativity, and aesthetic and spiritual growth.
The Cynthia Ann Parker College of Liberal Arts offers courses and programs designed to provide a broad liberal arts education to students of all majors throughout the University. The core curriculum, which is required for all bachelor's degrees, is provided primarily through the College as are a wide variety of courses which serve to augment and expand student's general educational experience.
Students within the Holland School of Sciences and Mathematics are provided an excellent education with a Christian perspective. Through comprehensive classroom, laboratory, and field experiences, students receive a strong foundation of preparation for careers in health professions, education, industry, graduate and professional programs, and research.
The Irvin School of Education is named for William Buel Irvin and Ollie Camp Irvin in recognition of their lifetime dedication to education, active involvement in the history of Hardin-Simmons, significant financial contributions to the University, and committed Christian lives which will continue to bring honor and respect to Hardin-Simmons University.
Business students at Hardin-Simmons University experience a College of Business dedicated to training leaders from the perspective of the Christian worldview. Through contact with our outstanding Christian faculty and with fellow students, our graduates become aware that business leadership can be more than just a vocation--it can be an opportunity for ministry to which people may be called by God.
Fully integrated into its Hardin-Simmons University setting, the Logsdon School of Theology, which includes the Logsdon Seminary, maintains a clear identification with and loyalty to the Christian faith and functions within the context of historic Baptist values and principles. Learn More.
During your experience at the Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing you will learn the art, science and spirit of the profession of nursing. The mission of the PHSSN is to educate baccalaureate and advanced practice nurses for lives of Christian service and leadership to meet the ever changing health care needs of a global society. Learn More.
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