Colleges and Programs at La Verne
The University is comprised of the:
- College of Arts & Sciences
- College of Business & Public Management
- College of Education and Organizational Leadership
- College of Law
- Regional Campus Administration that oversees seven regional campuses in central and southern California.
Each College offers academic programs are rigorous and engaging. Students are challenged in the classroom but also supported by faculty who want to help learners reach their goals.
La Verne offers 70 undergraduate majors, ranging from business administration to psychology to child development. With a student-faculty ratio of 11:1, students experience engaging, personalized learning. The majority of our classes have fewer than 20 students.
Undergraduate Adult Accelerated
La Verne’s evening and weekend classes on main campus and at regional campuses serve the needs of working professionals pursuing bachelor’s degrees. Some General Education courses also are offered online.
Graduate, Law and Doctoral
La Verne has a variety of master’s degree programs taught at main campus as well as the regional campuses and corporate locations. Doctoral programs are available in Organizational Leadership, Clinical-Community Psychology (Psy.D.), and Public Administration as well as a Law degree.