Bellarmine University - Master's Degree

Bellarmine, an independent Catholic university was founded by the Archdiocese of Louisville in 1950. In 1968, Bellarmine merged with Ursuline College and became an independent university governed by a Board of Trustees. The University was named for St. Robert Bellarmine, Jesuit, Cardinal, and Saint.

  • Average Tuition USD 55,162

School Description

The University has over 3,600 students on its main 135-acre academic and residential campus located in the Belknap neighborhood of Louisville. It offers undergraduate, graduate and doctorate programmes. It also offers a large number of extracurricular activities to its students, including athletics, honour societies, clubs and student organizations. Notable alumni include: Joe Clayton (President and CEO, Dish Network) who studied at Bellarmine during 1996 and Chuck Sharpensteen (Principal, Premier MedSearch) who did MBA during 1991-1992.

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  • Minimum GPA 2.75
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL 83
  • Minimum incoming IELTS 7.00
  • Minimum SAT 980
  • Minimum ACT 22

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    Established in 1950

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    Bellarmine has been rated by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 20 universities in the South. Bellarmine has consistently been selected as one of the top universities by The Princeton Review and Forbes.

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        Owsley B. Frazier Stadium, 2001 Newburg Rd, Louisville, KY 40205, USA

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          • Testimony
            1962-1966, BA

            Bellarmine--superb preparation for a rewarding life of accomplishmentsYAs I reflect on my career in uniform and my career in the corporate sector I am always drawn to the "lessons for life and living" that I learned at Bellarmine. I often say that my first 21 years in Louisville were a priceless period of learning for a career that was enormously rewarding and itself priceless. Over the nearly 50 years since I graduated I have had the rare opportunity to see a lot of the world, to have first hand experience in class rooms of other prestigious universities, and to interact with professionals from all walks of life. Bellarmine ranks with the best in preparing its students for a rewarding life of continuous learning and accomplishment. Thanks Bellarmine for what you gave me.

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            1980-1983, BA

            Bellarmine - Where I learned problem solving.YA liberal arts education at Bellarmine made me a well rounded person intellectually. My education allowed me to easily make complex decisions. I have worked in several industries in my career. My well rounded education helped me to easily change careers.

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            2008-2015, MBA

            Bellarmine University: In Veritatis AmoreYThe small classes and cohort model used in the MBA program provide ample opportunity to learn from the professors as well as your peers. The school is growing, but you won't get lost in the crowd like larger universities. The campus is beautiful with a lot of areas to meet with your cohort, study, or relax. There's nothing better than a sunny day on the Quad under the watchful eye of the Bellarmine Knight astride his horse, Veritas. I will continue to visit this campus long after my enrollment ends.