Dominican University of California is divided into three schools: Liberal Arts and Education, Health and Natural Sciences, and the Barowsky School of Business. Collectively, these schools offer more than 60 academic programs and plenty of engaged learning experiences.
Collaboration Happens Here
Dominican is known for its interdisciplinary approach to education, and this means collaboration happens all over campus.
No matter what your major, you'll take courses and get to know faculty members from each of our three schools. Professors from across disciplines team up for research projects and sometimes co-teach courses.
Some programs are interdisciplinary in nature. For example, our master’s of business administration with a healthcare leadership concentration offers a mix of business, leadership, and health science courses. Our arts management minor encompasses creative and professional aspects.
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Student to Faculty Ratio
At Dominican University in 2019-2020.
Majors, Minors and Concentrations
Learn in and outside of the classroom.
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Average Class Size
A smaller group means more discussion.
Barowsky School of Business (BSB)
BSB offers undergraduate, graduate, executive education, and leadership programs. Our Francoise O. Lepage Center for Global Innovation offers an entrepreneurship sandbox, as well as research, project, and international opportunities.
School of Health and Natural Sciences (HNS)
The largest school on campus, HNS offers undergraduate and graduate studies in biology, chemistry, ecology, health sciences, counseling psychology, math, and computer science. Our programs emphasize the connection between knowledge and practice.
School of Liberal Arts and Education (LAE)
LAE offers 15 undergraduate majors, a variety of stand-alone minor programs (such as pre-law, gender studies, and arts management), and graduate programs in creative writing, humanities, and education.