College and Schools
Three schools, one university
Hamline is one community consisting of three schools: The College of Liberal Arts, School of Business, and School of Education and Leadership.
College of Liberal Arts
In the College of Liberal Arts (CLA), undergraduate and graduate students are challenged in and out of the classroom to not only learn, but apply knowledge in both local and global contexts. Our undergraduate majors and graduate creative writing programs encourage civic responsibility, social justice, and inclusive leadership.
School of Business
Hamline School of Business (HSB) prepares the next generation of business, nonprofit, and public sector leaders. Our theory-to-practice approach provides graduates the skills to take the lead in their organizations and make a difference in their communities.
School of Education and Leadership
Whether you’re just getting started in teaching or looking to add to your skillset, Hamline School of Education and Leadership (HSEL) offers a range of licenses, certificates, and advanced degrees. Our graduates foster inclusive classrooms and schools, prepared to meet the educational challenges of today and the future.
Hamline’s centers for learning gather students, faculty, and other members of the Hamline community to promote research and events in social justice, spirituality, global engagement, teaching, and more.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Mitchell Hamline School of Law was formed in 2015 by the combination of William Mitchell College of Law and Hamline University School of Law. Students at Hamline can enroll in dual JD/master’s degrees or a 3+3 program to earn their bachelor’s and JD in only six years.