Whatever your passion—and your medium—you can pursue it at Hamline.
Enter law school a year early with this new program, offering a variety of major choices.
The pre-health program is for students who intend to be doctors, dentists, physical therapists, veterinarians, or another type of health professional.
The College of Liberal Arts offers undergraduate majors, minors, and certificates in over 50 areas of study.
The College of Liberal Arts offers several graduate degrees and multiple non-degree programs.
The College of Liberal Arts at Hamline University is dedicated to preparing compassionate citizens of the world by helping students maximize their intellectual, creative, and leadership potential.
At Hamline, students collaborate with professors invested in their success. They are challenged in and out of the classroom to create and apply knowledge in local and global contexts, while cultivating an ethic of civic responsibility, social justice, and inclusive leadership and service.
The Hamline Oracle won first-place awards in three categories at the Associated Collegiate Press Best of the Midwest College
Journalism Convention in Minneapolis, February 17-19.
Colonel Ann Wright will offer her insights on what we might expect from the Trump Administration in regard to the Middle East on Friday, March 3 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Center for Justice and Law, West Hall 240. Sponsored by the Center for Justice and Law and the Department of Political Science.
The Music Department and The Creative Writing Programs will present a Night of Music and Spoken Word on Friday, March 3, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in Sundin Hall. The program includes a performance of the song-cycle Not Waving, But Drowning composed by Kelly Krebs, assistant dean in the College of Liberal Arts. The work will be performed by music faculty Janet Greene (clarinet), Kathy Thomsen (piano), and Deborah Carbaugh (soprano).