Fort Lewis College is one college with four schools

Fort Lewis College academics are organized into four schools:

  • The School of Business Administration holds our innovative business programs
  • School of Culture & Environment houses our liberal arts curriculum
  • The School of Education contains teacher education programs for classroom education and adventure education
  • School of Science & Health houses our STEM and health programs
  • Arts & Sciences
  • School of Business Administration
  • School of Education
Arts & Sciences

Notice: In the summer of 2022, to better serve our students and plan for the future, the School of Arts & Sciences was split into the School of Science & Health and the School of Culture & Environment. We will be updating this website to reflect these changes soon. 

The arts and sciences offer majors, minors, and certificates in over 40 programs in the following departments:

Learn about the arts and sciences

School of Business Administration

The School of Business Administration offers majors, minors, and certificate programs for specialized interests in the business world.

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Digital Marketing Certificate
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Business
  • Marketing
  • Ski Resort Operations

Learn about the School of Business Administration

School of Education

As the Four Corners’ hub of teacher education, our programs prepare you for teacher licensure or elevate your existing license.

You can combine an undergraduate major with teacher education licensure, follow up your undergraduate education in a post-baccalaureate program, or earn your Master's and endorsements.

The School of Education has the following departments:

Learn about the School of Education

Faculty at FLC

Search FLC faculty by name, school, department, and more. 

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Majors & Programs

View an alphabetical list of all majors, minors, and certificates FLC has to offer. 

Majors & Programs
Choosing your Major

Feeling stuck on what to study? Use this helpful tool to determine your priorities, proficiencies, and passions as you seek to choose a major and discover your path.

Choosing your Major
Course Catalog

Get into the weeds by viewing the detailed requirements of all undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates. 

Course Catalog