Colleges & Schools Within Bluefield College

Let’s get to know each other a little better. Here you can learn more about the colleges, schools, and departments that make up your college experience.

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Caudill School of Business

  • Department of Business
  • Department of Cybersecurity
  • Department of Organizational Leadership

College of Arts & Letters

  • Department of Art & Design
  • Department of Christian Studies
  • Department of Communication
  • Department of English
  • Department of Graphic Communication
  • Department of History
  • Department of Modern Languages
  • Department of Music
  • Department of Theatre

College of Sciences

  • Department of Biology
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Exercise & Sport Science
  • Department of Mathematics

School of Criminal Justice

  • Department of Criminal Justice

School of Education & Social Sciences

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Special Education
  • Grades PreK-12
  • Elementary PreK-6
  • Secondary Grades 6-12
  • Department of Human Services
  • Department of Psychology

School of Nursing

  • School of Nursing

Early College students,

Congratulations! You have elected to enroll in an online, college-level course. Each course is different in its requirements involving theory, application, depth of reflection, and research. Occasionally, the title of a course has been chosen to broadly describe the course content. As an Early College student, you may need to communicate with the instructor to discuss your ability to meet the course’s requirements within the first two days of the course, within the drop/add period. This allows you time to select another option if you believe the course requirements are beyond your current level of learning.

Your grades will be final and appear on your Bluefield College transcript, so it is important that you do your best.

If you have a learning disability, it is important that you communicate that with our Associate Director of Academic Support, Mr. Wayne Pelts, prior to your classes starting. Mr. Pelts will need documentation in order to offer any accommodations. You may reach Mr. Pelts at

An advisor will contact you prior to each enrollment period to discuss course options and will assist you in enrolling in your online classes. Remember we are here to support you and help you be successful.