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General Bulletin 2008-2010

General Information


The General Bulletin 2008-2010 is the academic guide for new students at Miami University.

Please keep this catalog—it contains the requirements that you must meet for graduation as you enter Miami University in 2008-2010. Miami, however, reserves the right to make changes to its programs. It is your responsibility to check regularly with your academic program adviser for up-to-date information. Consult your academic division's advising office for specific information on academic policies and procedures, degree programs, and requirements.

Mission of Miami University

The mission of Miami University is to preserve, add to, evaluate, and transmit the accumulated knowledge of the centuries; to develop critical thinking, extend the frontiers of knowledge, and serve society; and to provide an environment conducive to effective and inspired teaching and learning, promote professional development of faculty, and encourage scholarly research and creativity of faculty and students.

Miami's primary concern is its students. This concern is reflected in a broad array of efforts to develop the potential of each student. The university endeavors to individualize the educational experience. It provides personal and professional guidance, and it offers opportunities for its students to achieve understanding and appreciation not only of their own culture but of the cultures of others as well. Selected undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs of quality should be offered with the expectation of students achieving high levels of competence and understanding and developing personal value systems. Since the legislation creating Miami University stated that a leading mission of the university was to promote "good education, virtue, religion, and morality," the university has been striving to emphasize the supreme importance of dealing with problems related to values.

Miami is committed to serve the community, state, and nation. It offers access to higher education, including continuing education, for those who can benefit from it, at a reasonable cost, without regard for race, creed, sex, or age. It educates men and women for responsible, informed citizenship, as well as for meaningful employment. It provides both disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to the pursuit of knowledge and to the solving of problems. It sponsors a wide range of cultural and educational activities that have significance beyond the campus and the local community.

Miami University Values Statement

Miami University is a scholarly community whose members believe that a liberal education is grounded in qualities of character as well as of intellect. We respect the dignity of other persons, the rights and property of others, and the right of others to hold and express disparate beliefs. We believe in honesty, integrity, and the importance of moral conduct. We defend the freedom of inquiry that is the heart of learning and combine that freedom with the exercise of judgement and the acceptance of personal responsibility.

Brief History

An act of Congress signed by George Washington in 1792 stipulated that a university be located in the Miami Valley north of the Ohio River. The official act to establish Miami University was passed on February 17, 1809. Miami is the tenth oldest public university in the nation and takes its name from the tribe that once inhabited the area known as Ohio's Miami Valley.

Delayed by the War of 1812, instruction began in 1824 with a president, two faculty, and 20 students. Enrollment grew rapidly, reaching 250 by 1839.

In the 1830s, William Holmes McGuffey wrote the first of his Eclectic Readers while a Miami professor. Among the many talented young students was Benjamin Harrison who graduated in 1852; he was elected the 23rd president of the United States in 1888.

A few years after the Civil War, with changed conditions and advancing prices, the income of the university became insufficient to support its work. Miami closed in 1873, opening 12 years later when resources had accumulated and the state of Ohio began a policy of appropriating public funds for support.

Coeducation began in 1888; by 1903 there were more than 100 women on campus—one third of the total enrollment. Our first African American student, Nelly Craig, graduated in 1905.

Many other milestones have been reached. The concept of artist-in-residence began here. Beginning in 1835, four national fraternities were founded here, giving Miami a nickname, "Mother of Fraternities." Another nickname is "Cradle of Coaches," referring to the coaching success of so many former players and coaches. Ohio's first intercollegiate football game was played at Miami in 1888 against the University of Cincinnati.

In the beginning, the course of study at Miami was strictly classical. Over the years new academic divisions were added to meet the changing needs of students and society: education in 1902, business in 1927, fine arts in 1929, graduate programs in 1947, engineering and applied science in 1959, and interdisciplinary studies in 1974.

In 1974, Miami acquired the Western College for Women, a 120-year-old private institution adjoining the Oxford campus.

Miami's Middletown and Hamilton campuses opened in 1966 and 1968, respectively. Also in 1968, Miami opened a European center, now named John E. Dolibois European Campus, in Luxembourg.

A number of campus buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places, including Elliott, Stoddard, and Peabody halls, and the Western College for Women Historic District. The McGuffey Museum is a National Historic Landmark.

About Miami

Miami is a public university of Ohio. Approximately 15,200 undergraduates and 1,700 graduate students are enrolled at the Oxford campus. About 225 of the undergraduates attend one or two semesters at the John E. Dolibois European Campus in Differdange, Luxembourg. Two commuter campuses in the nearby cities of Hamilton and Middletown each enroll more than 2,500 additional students.

Opening in January 2009, is Miami's Voice of America Learning Center in nearby West Chester, Ohio. This multipurpose instructional facility will offer graduate and undergraduate courses and programs, as well as customized training opportunities for business, industry, school districts, and government agencies.

Miami offers associate's, bachelor's, master's, Specialist in Education, and doctoral degrees, as well as certificate programs. Degrees, majors, minors, and certificate programs are listed at the end of this chapter.


The central campus of Miami University is located in Oxford, Ohio, just 35 miles north of Cincinnati and 45 miles southwest of Dayton. The university covers more than 1,900 acres in Oxford. Preservation of nature throughout the campus and community coupled with architectural continuity—modified Georgian design—explains why Miami is regarded as one of the most beautiful campuses in the Midwest.

Oxford is a classic college town with a population of about 9,000 (excluding students). Uptown, adjacent to campus, are small shops and local eateries.


Computer and Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services (IT Services)
Main office: 302 Hoyt Hall, 513-529-5322
Support Desk: 324 Gaskill Hall, 513-529-7900,
Knowledge Base: http://kb.muohio.edu
Web entry point: http://mymiami.muohio.edu
Print center: 100 Gaskill Hall, 513-529-6065,

IT Services is the central IT organization at Miami, providing infrastructure and services to all Miami students, faculty, and staff.

All Miami students are provided with an extensive array of computing services that will enhance their academic experience; these services include wired and wireless network service, Internet access, e-mail, file storage and web publishing space, specialized labs, etc. For answers to frequently asked questions about technology at Miami, please visit www.muohio.edu/technologyguide.

Technology Support

Students can obtain technology and support information around-the-clock via Miami's online IT Help Knowledge Base (ithelp.muohio.edu) or by contacting the IT Services Support Desk via phone (513-529-7900) or email (supportdesk@muohio.edu).

Web-Based Services

MyMiami (mymiami.muohio.edu), the university's web portal, allows students to register for classes, pay bills, check e-mail, access course materials, view university announcements, and much more. Students are encouraged to set MyMiami as their browser's home page.

Student Computers

Miami strongly recommends that all students have a personally-owned computer in order to take advantage of the information technology resources Miami provides. Students are encouraged to purchase a laptop computer through the Miami Notebook Program (www.muohio.edu/miaminotebook), which provides discounted laptops bundled with pre-installed Miami site-licensed software and on-campus services.


Miami provides "Pay-for-Print" printers in many labs and other locations on campus. Please see the IT Help Knowledge Base for details. Assitionally, IT Services provides walk up and online digital print and specialty binding services via the Print Center in Gaskill Hall (100 Gaskill Hall, 513-529-6065, www.muohio.edu/printcenter).

Continuing Education Programs

Office of Lifelong Learning (LLL)
127 McGuffey, 513-529-8600

The Office of Lifelong Learning (LLL) administers a broad array of credit and noncredit programs and services. Credit programs are led by Miami University faculty and include Summer Session, domestic and study-abroad credit workshops, and the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program.

Noncredit programs forge connections between university and community members of all ages through personal enrichment and professional development. LLL is home for the Miami University Institute for Learning in Retirement, Elderhostel, non-credit international travel-study, summer youth programs, and online courses.

Health Service

Student Health Service
Health Services Building
421 S. Campus Ave., *513-529-3000

Outpatient care facilities and services are provided to all students of Miami University. Students will receive their first two office visits per year at no charge. The Student Health Service is now able to bill the student's insurance company for charges incurred there. Please have your insurance card available when visiting the Student Health Service.

In addition to the staff, specialists consult on a regular basis. Hospitalization and emergency care are available at Oxford's McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital (513-523-2111).


Student Housing and Meal Plan Services
111 Shriver Center, 513-529-5000

All first- and second-year students and first-year transfer students, except those living with their parent(s), guardian(s), or spouse, must live on campus in residence halls (see the Admission chapter).

Residence hall rooms are furnished and more than 85 percent of the rooms are for two students. Most of the remaining rooms accommodate three or four students, but there are a limited number of single rooms.

Housing assignments for freshmen are made at random by computer at Student Housing and Meal Plan Services. Upperclass students who presently live in residence halls may choose to remain in their same rooms for the following academic year or select rooms on-line beginning in September. This early date enables students to make informed housing decisions. For first-year students, the room selection process is conducted from late January through early April to give those students more time to decide where and with whom they would like to live as upperclass students. Students who cannot be placed during the selection process are put on a waiting list. Every attempt is made to honor roommate, room, and hall requests.

Heritage Commons provides apartment-style university housing for upper-class students. The complex is comprised of 108 fully furnished apartments featuring four private bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and an equipped kitchen. Exclusive parking is available for Heritage Commons residents.

Contract and Deposit

All students living in a residence hall sign a housing contract, an agreement to pay room rent and board, and pay a $350 housing deposit.

Dining Facilities

Thirty-five residence halls are served by five "all you care to eat" buffets, as well as several à la carte, food service locations managed by the university.


King Library: 513-529-4141, *513-529-2800
Brill Science Library: Hughes Laboratories, 513-529-7200
Amos Music Library: 120 Center for Performing Arts, 513-529-2299
Gardner-Harvey Library:
 Middletown campus, 513-727-3221, 513-529-4936
Rentschler Library: Hamilton campus, 513-785-3235
Southwest Ohio Regional Depository:
 Middletown campus, 513-727-3474
Wertz Art and Architecture Library: 7 Alumni Hall, 513-529-6638
University Archives: Withrow Court, 513-529-6720
Western College Memorial Archives: Peabody Hall, 513-529-9695

Miami University Libraries include four libraries on the Oxford campus and one on each regional campus. King Library contains collections in the humanities, social sciences, media, government documents, and rare books. Brill Science Library contains materials in the sciences, mathematics, technology, and a large map collection. Specialized libraries are Wertz Art and Architecture Library and Amos Music Library. University Archives houses historical records of the university and the Western College Memorial Archives holds information about the Western College for Women.

The Oxford campus libraries provide access to more than 3 million cataloged volumes, 35,205 current periodicals and newspapers, thousands of recordings, videos, and other non-print materials, as well as 119,000 maps.

Rentschler Library at Hamilton campus has holdings of more than 76,000 volumes and 356 periodicals. Gardner-Harvey Library at Middletown campus contains 70,000 volumes and 400 periodicals.

The Southwest Ohio Regional Depository, located on the Middletown campus, is a specially designed facility for the storage of permanently held but little-used library materials from the collections of Miami University, University of Cincinnati, Wright State University, and Central State University.

MiamiLINK, the libraries' Web site, provides access to a variety of information resources including periodical indexes, databases, and the libraries' online catalog. Workstations are located in all libraries to access MiamiLINK and OhioLINK, a statewide network of information resources. Both may also be accessed from outside the libraries.


Art Museum: Patterson Ave., 513-529-2232
The angular limestone and glass Art Museum, designed by Walter Netsch of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, houses the university's permanent collection of more than 16,000 art objects from all parts of the world by internationally known artists. Rotating exhibitions, public lectures, gallery talks, performances, and other special events are offered throughout the year. The museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.

Internships and independent studies are available through several academic departments. You can also volunteer to assist with events and activities at the museum.

William Holmes McGuffey Museum: 410 E. Spring St., 513-529-8380
William Holmes McGuffey compiled the first four volumes of the Eclectic Readers while a Miami faculty member from 1826 to 1836. His National Historic Landmark house serves as a teaching museum for University and regional history, nineteenth-century domestic architecture and material culture, personal items of the McGuffey family, a rare collection of McGuffey Readers, and for the history of literacy, reading and schooling.

Science Museums include:
Anthropology Museum, 180 Upham Hall, 513-529-2628
Karl E. Limper Geology Museum, 8 Shideler Hall, 513-529-3220
Williard Sherman Turrell Herbarium, 79 Upham Hall, 513-529-2755
Robert A. Hefner Zoology Museum, 100 Upham Hall, 513-529-4617

Western College Museum: Patterson Place, Patterson Ave., 513-529-4400
Western College Museum houses a permanent collection of paintings, silver, and furnishings. Patterson Place, located on the northwest corner of the Western College for Women Historic District, also serves as the office for Western College Alumnae Association, Inc.


University Police: Police Services Center,
  4945 Oxford Trenton Road, *513-529-2222
Environmental Health and Safety: 6 Hughes Hall, 513-529-2829
Other service phones:
  EMERGENCY (police, fire, medical): 911
  Lost-and-Found Property: 513-529-8135

University Police, commissioned by the state of Ohio, ensure the safety and well-being of the university community and the security of university property. University Police also oversee emergency phones.

Environmental Health and Safety Offices are responsible for the management of hazardous residual material, radiation safety, occupational, industrial, and laboratory safety, fire safety, and environmental management.


Parking and Transportation Services
Campus Avenue Building, Room 128, 513-529-8535

The Department of Parking and Transporation Services (www.muohio.edu/parking) offers several transportation programs to students:

  • The Miami Metro provides daily bus service, including weekends and evenings, throughout campus and to off-campus areas in Oxford. The Miami Metro also provides shuttle service from Oxford to the MU-Hamilton campus. Call the Bus Information Hotline at 524-2877 for information.
  • A medical transport service for students (Access Miami) with temporary and permanent disabilities is available daily when the Miami Metro is in operation. Nighttime Door-to-Door (NDD) provides service to and from campus during evening hours. Call 529-2277 for Access Miami and NDD service.
  • Charter bus service to the Cleveland and Chicago areas during the fall midterm break, Thanksgiving break, winter recess, and spring break is available by calling the Parent's Office at 529-3436.
  • Airport transportation to the Dayton, Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati, Columbus, and Indianapolis airports from the Shriver Center is available for Thanksgiving, winter, and spring breaks. For more information, call the Shriver Center Box Office at 529-3200.

For More Information

Except for the regional campuses, all addresses are:
Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056

Phone: 513-529-1809 (general information)

Admission, undergraduate: Office of Admission, Campus Avenue Building, *513-529-2531.

Admission, graduate: Graduate School, 102 Roudebush, 513-529-4125.

Disability services: Office of Disability Resources, 19 Campus Avenue Building,

Fees and expenses: Office of the Bursar, 107 Campus Avenue Building, *513-529- 8700.

Financial aid, loans, scholarships, student employment: Office of Student Financial Assistance, 121 Campus Avenue Building, *513-529-8734.

Hamilton campus: Miami University Hamilton, 1601 University Blvd., Hamilton, OH 45011, 513-785-3000 or *513-785-3211.

Honors Program: 96 Bishop Hall, 513-529-3399.

Intercollegiate Athletics: 230 Millett Hall, 513-529-3113.

International students: Office of International Education, 216 MacMillan, 513-529-5628.

Liberal Education Office: 229 Culler Hall, 513-529-7135.

Middletown campus: Miami University Middletown, 4200 E. University Blvd., Middletown, OH 45042, 513-727-3200 or *513-727-3308.

Minority Affairs: Office of Diversity Affairs, 29 Kreger, *513-529-6504.

Parking, motor vehicle, and bicycle regulations: Parking and Transportation Services, 128 Campus Avenue Building, 513-529-8535

Recreational sports: Recreational Sports Center, 513-529-6868.

Residence and dining halls: Housing Dining, and Guest Services, Cook Place, 513-529-3721; and, Housing and Meal Plan Services, 111 Shriver Center, 513-529-5000.

Registration: Office of the Registrar, 102 Campus Avenue Building,*513-529-8703.

Student organizations: Student Activities Office, 356 Shriver Center, 513-529-2266.

Student responsibility and regulations: See The Student Handbook, published online each academic year and available at www.muohio.edu/handbook. Motor vehicle and bicycle regulations are available from Parking and Transportation Services, 128 Campus Avenue Building.

Veterans Affairs Office: Office of Student Financial Assistance, 121 Campus Avenue Building, 513-529-8772.

Women's Center: 205 MacMillan, 513-529-1510.

* TTY accessible

Majors and Degrees, Minors, Associate's Degree Programs, and Certificate Programs

The following charts list all majors and degrees, minors, and certificate programs offered by Miami University. Descriptions appear elsewhere in this Bulletin. Note: Returning former students whose degree programs have been discontinued should consult with their academic departments or divisions.

Undergraduate and Graduate Majors and Degrees

Major Undergraduate Degree(s) Graduate Degree(s)
Accountancy Bachelor of Science in Business Master of Accountancy
American studies Bachelor of Arts
Anthropology Bachelor of Arts
Architecture Bachelor of Arts in Architecture Master of Architecture
Art Bachelor of Fine Arts Master of Fine Arts
Art education Bachelor of Science in Art Master of Arts
Athletic training Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
Biochemistry Bachelor of Science
Biological sciences Master of Arts in Teaching
Black world studies Bachelor of Arts
Botany Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Master of Arts, Master of Science,
Doctor of Philosophy
Business administration Master of Business Administration
Business-economics Bachelor of Science in Business
Chemical engineering Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Chemistry Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy
Chinese education Bachelor of Science in Education
Classical humanities Bachelor of Arts
Classical languages Bachelor of Arts
Clinical laboratory science Bachelor of Science
College student personnel Master of Science
Computer engineering Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Computer science Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Master of Computer Science
Curriculum and teacher leadership Master of Education
Dietetics Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health
Diplomacy and foreign affairs Bachelor of Arts
Early childhood education Bachelor of Science in Education
Earth science education Bachelor of Science in Education
Earth science/chemistry education Bachelor of Science in Education
Earth science/life science education Bachelor of Science in Education
Earth science/physics education Bachelor of Science in Education
East Asian Language and Culture Bachelor of Arts  
Economics Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Educational administration Doctor of Education, Doctor of Philosophy
Educational leadership Master of Education, Master of Science
Educational psychology Master of Education
Electrical engineering Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Elementary education Master of Education
Elementary mathematics education Master of Education
Engineering (General Engineering) Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Engineering management Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Engineering physics (pre-professional) Bachelor of Science
Engineering technology Bachelor of Science in Applied Science
English, composition and rhetoric Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy
English/creative writing Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
English/literature Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, Doctor of Philosophy
English/technical and scientific communication Bachelor of Arts Master of Technical and Scientific Communication
Environmental science Bachelor of Philosophy Master of Environmental Science
Environmental studies Bachelor of Philosophy
Exercise and health studies Master of Science in Exercise & Health Studies
Exercise science Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health
Family and child studies Master of Science
Family studies Bachelor of Science in Family Studies
Finance Bachelor of Science in Business Master of Business Administration
French Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
French education Bachelor of Science in Education
Geography Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Geology Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Master of Arts, Master of Science,
Doctor of Philosophy
German Bachelor of Arts
German education Bachelor of Science in Education
Gerontology Bachelor of Arts Master of Gerontological Studies,
Doctor of Philosophy
Graphic design Bachelor of Fine Arts
Greek Bachelor of Arts
Health education Bachelor of Science in Education
Health studies Bachelor of Science in Health & Sport Studies
History Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy
History of art and architecture Bachelor of Arts in the History of Art and Architecture
Instructional design   Master of Arts, Master of Education
Integrated language arts education Bachelor of Science in Education
Integrated mathematics education Bachelor of Science in Education
Integrated social studies education Bachelor of Science in Education
Interdisciplinary business management Bachelor of Science in Business
Interdisciplinary studies Bachelor of Philosophy
Interior design Bachelor of Fine Arts
International studies Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
Italian studies Bachelor of Arts
Journalism Bachelor of Arts
Latin American Studies Bachelor of Arts
Latin education Bachelor of Science in Education
Life science education Bachelor of Science in Education
Life science/physics education Bachelor of Science in Education
Linguistics Bachelor of Arts
Management & organizations Bachelor of Science in Business
Management information systems Bachelor of Science in Business Master of Business Administration
Manufacturing engineering Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Marketing Bachelor of Science in Business Master of Business Administration
Mass communication Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Mathematics Bachelor of Science Master of Arts, Master of Arts in
Teaching, Master of Science
Mathematics and statistics Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science
Mechanical engineering Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Microbiology Bachelor of Arts Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy
Middle childhood education Bachelor of Science in Education
Music Bachelor of Arts in Music
Music education Bachelor of Music Master of Music
Music performance Bachelor of Music Master of Music
Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Paper science and engineering Bachelor of Science in Paper Science and Engineering Master of Science
Philosophy Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Physical education Bachelor of Science in Education
Physical science education Bachelor of Science in Education
Physics Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Master of Science
Political science Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching,
Doctor of Philosophy
Psychology Bachelor of Arts Doctor of Philosophy (Master of Arts required)
Public administration Bachelor of Arts
Quality and process improvement Master of Business Administration
Quantitative economics Bachelor of Science
Reading education Master of Education
Religion Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Russian Bachelor of Arts
Russian Eurasian studies Bachelor of Arts
School psychology Master of Science, Specialist in Education
Secondary education Master of Education
Social gerontology Doctor of Philosophy
Social work Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Sociology Bachelor of Arts
Spanish Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Spanish education Bachelor of Science in Education
Special education Bachelor of Science in Education Master of Arts, Master of Education
Speech communication Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts
Speech pathology and audiology Bachelor of Science Master of Arts, Master of Science
Sport studies Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology & Health Master of Science in Sport Studies
Statistics Bachelor of Science Master of Science in Statistics
Strategic communication Bachelor of Arts
Supply chain and operations management Bachelor of Science in Business
Systems analysis Bachelor of Science in Systems Analysis
Theatre Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Master of Arts
Urban and regional planning Bachelor of Arts
Women's studies Bachelor of Arts
Zoology Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science Master of Arts, Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy


Information about these programs is available in the academic division chapters.

Minor Academic Division
Actuarial science Arts and science
Aerospace studies: USAF Arts and science
American literature Arts and science
American studies Arts and science
Anthropology Arts and science
Applied sociological research Arts and science
Art and architectural history Fine arts
Arts management Business; Fine arts
Black world studies Arts and science
Botany Arts and science
Business legal studies Business
Chemical engineering Engineering and applied science
Child studies Education, Health, and Society
Chinese Arts and science
Classical humanities Arts and science
Coaching Education, Health, and Society
Computer engineering Engineering and applied science
Computer science Engineering and applied science
Criminology Arts and science
Decision sciences in business Business
Digital game studies Arts and science
East Asian studies Arts and science
Economics Arts and science, business
Electrical engineering Engineering and applied science
English literature Arts and science
Entrepreneurship Business
Ethics Arts and science
European area studies Arts and science
Family relationships Education, Health, and Society
Film studies Arts and science
Finance Business
French Arts and science
Geography Arts and science
Geology Arts and science
German Arts and science
Gerontology Arts and science
Global perspectives on sustainability Arts and science
History Arts and science
History of philosophy Arts and science
Horticultural botany Arts and science
Interactive media studies Arts and science
International business (business majors only) Business
Italian Arts and science
Japanese Arts and science
Jewish studies Arts and science
Landscape architecture Fine arts
Latin American studies Arts and science
Linguistics Arts and science
Lusophone studies Arts and science
Management information systems Business
Management information technology Business
Management and organizations Business
Manufacturing engineering Engineering and applied science
Marketing Business
Mathematics Arts and science
Mechanical engineering Engineering and applied science
Medieval studies Arts and science
Middle East and Islamic Studies Arts and science
Molecular biology Arts and science
Music composition Fine arts
Music history Fine arts
Music performance Fine arts
Naval science Arts and science
Neuroscience Arts and science
Nutrition Education, Health, and Society
Operations Management Business
Operations research methods Arts and science
Paper engineering Engineering and applied science
Physics Arts and science
Political science Arts and science
Religion Arts and science
Risk management and insurance Business
Russian Arts and science
Russian, East European, and Eurasian studies Arts and science
Sociology Arts and science
Spanish Arts and science
Special education Education, Health, and Society
Statistical methods Arts and science
Statistics Arts and science
Supply chain management Business
Theatre arts Fine arts
Theatre and drama Fine arts
Urban and regional analysis Arts and science
Urban design Fine arts
Women's studies

Arts and science

Associate's Degree Programs

Except for the Associate in Arts, these programs are available only on the regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown.

Program Associate's Degree
Accounting technology Associate of Applied Business
Business management technology (real estate mgmt. technology option) Associate of Applied Business
Chemical technology (Middletown campus only) Associate in Applied Science
Computer information technology Associate in Applied Science
Computer technology (continuation option for CSA) Associate in Applied Science
Criminal justice (Hamilton campus only) Associate of Applied Science
Electrical and computer engineering technology Associate in Applied Science
General studies (also on Oxford campus) Associate of Arts
Marketing management technology Associate of Applied Business
Mechanical engineering technology Associate in Applied Science
Nursing (including LPN to ADN track) Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
Office management technology Associate of Applied Business
Prekindergarten education Associate in Applied Science
Technical study

Associate of Technical Study

Undergraduate Certificate Programs

These programs are available only on the regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown.

Program Academic Division
Accounting Business
Business information software Business
Computer-aided drafting/computer-aided manufacturing Engineering and applied science
Computer hardware technology Engineering and applied science
General supervision Business
Small business management Business
Small office management Business

Graduate Certificate Programs

Program Academic Area
Ecology Departments of Botany and Zoology
Gerontology Department of Sociology and Gerontology; Scripps Gerontology Center
Molecular biology Departments of Botany, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Zoology
Software development Department of Computer Science and Systems Analysis
Women's studies Women's Studies Program

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