Colleges That Fit Your Goals
Whether you are looking for a more generalized liberal arts education or if you are focused on attaining a specialized degree, the colleges at Saint Leo University offer programs that are diverse, immersive, and flexible. Our faculty and staff ensure consistent, quality curricula across campus, online learning, and education centers.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Allied Services
Saint Leo's College of Arts, Sciences, and Allied Services provides students with a broad education that lays a durable foundation for critical and independent thinking. For our students, learning takes place not only in the classroom but also beyond: They travel to different countries for cultural immersion and research, attend film screenings and professional development events, as well as contribute to our literary magazine.
With professors in fields from biology to sociology, the College of Arts, Sciences, and Allied Services supports 34 programs and provides educational experiences to more than 3,000 students at education centers in seven states, and worldwide through Saint Leo's online degree programs.
Tapia College of Business
At the Tapia College of Business, our mission is simple and straightforward: to provide a values-centered education that develops tomorrow’s business leaders.
With an emphasis on both individual responsibility and interconnectedness, we help shape our students into global citizens ready to contribute to society wherever they go—whether building sustainable tourism practices in Quito, Ecuador; winning a fully paid fellowship at Big Four accounting firm Ernst and Young; or enrolling in Harvard Law School.
As the largest Catholic business College in the United States, we welcome more than 8,000 business students enrolled through our online programs, and we operate 15 education centers across the country, as well as our Tampa-area main campus—home to our state-of-the-art, LEED Gold-certified College of Business building.
Our accredited programs at Tapia College of Business are distinct in their student-centered teaching, future-paced research, entrepreneurial leadership, and close relationships with alumni and community leaders.
College of Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Data Science (CARDS)
The mission of the Saint Leo University College of CARDS is to provide quality academic and applied experiences to students in Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Data Science. The College supports the mission of the University with a broad foundation of a liberal arts-based education coupled with the knowledge, values, and skills of the Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Data Science professions. The College's initiatives are dedicated to graduating effective professionals committed to building strong, responsive, and caring communities. To accomplish this mission, the objectives of the School's faculty are:
- to embrace and commit to the ideals of excellence in teaching and quality community service
- to remain active in their respective fields as researchers and practitioners
- to teach students to develop an appreciation of the complexity and diversity in society and be concerned about human dignity
- to assist students in understanding social and individual problems and develop a determination to help resolve those problems
- to prepare students for careers of service
College of Health Professions
Through a growing number of degree programs at the new College of Health Professions, health-minded students can earn a degree that prepares them for a variety of roles in health care fields that impact the health and well-being of our communities.
Dedicated to the advancement of health care, the College of Health Professions is expert in creating innovative programs within a Culture of Health framework that’s infused throughout our bachelor degree programs in Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, and Health Education & Health Promotion.
Because we offer an interdisciplinary curriculum, our undergraduate students gain the flexibility they need to explore different degree programs within the health profession before choosing their career path, as they complete their fourth semester.