Colleges and Schools

Miami University's reputation for offering outstanding academic and professional opportunities helps our students succeed in the job market and in top graduate programs.

We invite you to explore our academic divisions and the intensely personalized learning experience that launches extraordinary careers and affirms our reputation as an Original Public Ivy.

College of Arts and Science

Areas of study in CAS include the physical and Natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and languages. As the center of a diverse liberal arts curriculum and Miami's largest academic division, CAS fosters a rigorous intellectual climate that prepares students with the transferable skills needed for future success.

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Farmer School of Business

FSB is consistently ranked among the nation' top undergraduate business programs for its commitment to our student's professional and personal growth and success. An emphasis is placed on experiential learning, international study, and leadership development to prepare students to become leaders in the workplace and the community.

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College of Creative Arts

CCA integrates a rigorous arts education with Miami's liberal arts foundation. Professional artists, performers, scholars, and designers mentor the career skills and growth of students. Internship opportunities, study abroad programs, and strong connections with Miami alumni lead to many possible career choices.

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College of Education, Health and Society

EHS offers undergraduate majors in Teacher Education, Family Science, Social Work, Special Education, Athletic Training, Nutrition, Kinesiology, Public Health, and Sport Leadership and Management. Undergraduates can earn licensure in four years, allowing them to be hired as licensed classroom teachers without first having to earn a master's degree.

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College of Engineering and Computing

CEC prepares students for their chosen careers by integrating Miami’s strength in liberal education with fundamental engineering and computing technical concepts, modern technologies, and scholarly research taught by faculty in all our classroom and labs. We create graduates that make a positive impact on society by providing solutions to grand challenges.

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Graduate School

The Graduate School offers over 50 master's, 14 doctoral, and 19 certificate programs spanning a wide range of disciplines. Our graduate students are a vibrant community of scholars in an environment with limitless opportunities.

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College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science

CLAAS currently offers 16 forward-focused bachelor's degree options across the regional campuses and online, plus pathways to 100+ majors that may be completed at the Oxford campus. Small class sizes, on-site child care, and flexible scheduling make Miami Regionals attractive to students at all stages of life and career.

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Miami University Dolibois European Center, Luxembourg

The ambition of the Luxembourg program is to enrich the “Miami experience” by empowering students with more autonomy in their education, by developing in-class learning with out-of-class teaching, and providing tangible outcomes such as academic competences as well as intangible ones—all that we recognize as part of our personal growth.

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