With programs designed to meet the needs of nontraditional students, courses in the School of ADP are taught in the evening or online format as single 3-semester credit courses and 9-credit course clusters over 12-week quarters. ADP faculty members participate in teaching, academic advising, program design and scheduling, student mentoring, and recruiting and the supervision of adjunct faculty.
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Faculty members in the Division of Business and Entrepreneurship bring both academic and professional achievement to the classroom. Courses are designed to emphasize entrepreneurship, early contact with the business world, and to expand the student's horizons for success in an increasingly global economy.
The Mission of the Education and Counseling Division at Lindenwood University-Belleville is to prepare educators, counselors, and leaders who meet the standards set forth by the national accrediting organizations, state licensing agencies, and/or other learned societies.
The faculty members in the Division of Humanities seek to explore how we create and convey meaning in contexts as varied as cutting-edge techniques in video production and profundities in the poetry of Homer. Our division provides many of the courses that form the foundation of our University’s general education curriculum.
The Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics is committed to excellence in teaching, research, and services in biological sciences, chemistry, and mathematics. We encourage scholarship, open inquiry, and the free exchange of ideas within our departments, classrooms, and laboratories. We promote the application of knowledge beyond those settings. We seek to foster these principles in every one of our students, regardless of their academic background.
We offer degrees in criminal justice and psychology and courses in the disciplines of anthropology, geography, political science, and sociology. Faculty members of the DSBS utilize a student-centered approach to teaching that promotes student engagement and enables students to recognize issues from regional, national, and global points of view.