At Oakwood University, not only are students a part of history in the making, but they continue the grand legacy of those who have changed history. Since its birth in 1896, Oakwood has proved itself to be a major force in academic studies and performing arts by setting the standard for Christ-centered higher education.*Scan the codes to check out videos for each school.
Dean: Cherryl A. Galley, Ph.D.
Purpose StatementThe School of Arts and Sciences supports the mission of Oakwood University through its commitment to create an academic environment where faculty teaching, scholarship and service enhance the academic, spiritual, social and physical development of its students. The school seeks to equip all students with the skills necessary for success in a rapidly evolving environment: critical thinking, effective oral and written communication, research, and computer competency.
Dean: Hyacinth Burton, M.S.
Purpose StatementThe School of Business and Adult and Continuing Education is made up of the department of Business and Information Systems and Adult and Continuing Education. Its purpose is to provide traditional students and adult learners with a quality Christian education, enabling them to meet the challenges of the global competitive market.
Dean: James Mbyirukira, Ph.D.
Purpose Statement:The purpose of the School of Education and Social Sciences is to provide quality Christian education that challenges each student to set higher expectations for his/her intellectual and professional growth and to help each student to expand his/her understanding of society and human behavior.
Dean: Karen Benn-Marshall, Ed.D.
Purpose StatementThe School of Nursing and Health Professions provides Christ-centered education for future healthcare professionals that promotes excellence in character, achievement of professional goals, leadership and service to a multicultural community.
Dean: Dedrick Blue
Purpose StatementThe purpose of the School of Religion is to deliver Christ-centered theological education to students in preparation for service to God, church, and humanity.
Office of Academic Administration7000 Adventist Blvd NWHuntsville, AL 35896
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