College of Arts & Science

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Arts & Science

Broadly preparing students for success in grad school, law, medicine, or whichever career they choose.

Number 2 for return on investment of graduates with Humanities majors

The Humanities are a key component of a Liberal Arts foundation.

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Jacob Bruggeman reading books in a library

Jacob Bruggeman '19

Majors: History, Political Science

"There is no substitute for a liberal arts curriculum. You would be hard-pressed to find a CAS major that isn't represented by well-rounded, developed people in terms of their interests and worldly perspectives."

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Students visited the set of Wheel of Fortune, where the word puzzle on the board spells out Miami University in Oxford Ohio.

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A group of Miami students gathered on the steps of the Capitol Building in Washington DC.

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Alison Tuiyott '20

Majors: Statistics, Analytics co-major

“It’s important to take a variety of courses, which allow you to meet people who are different from you, force you to try and do new things, and push yourself out of your comfort zone. That big picture mentality is priceless.”

Tiffany Campbell '18

Majors: Psychology, Biology, Neuroscience, Premedical Studies
Had a research fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital with neurosurgeon Dr. Vadivelu.

Photo: Professor and pre-medical school student work together in a lab.

82.8% of undergrads accepted to medical school with at least an overall 3.5 GPA and no less than 50 percentile on any section of the MCAT.

82.8% of undergrads accepted to medical school with at least an overall 3.5 GPA and no less than 50 percentile on any section of the MCAT

The acceptance rate to law school is 96% compared to a national average of 86%

Lindsey McCready ‘19

Pre-Law Student; Majors: Political Science and Psychology

"My experiences in the Pre-law Program and Amicus Curiae have helped me decide what kind of law I might want to go into when I go to law school. I've found my classes in constitutional law and political psychology especially interesting."

Michael Markesbery '15, Rithvik Venna '15

Co-Founders, Oros Apparel

Majors: Zoology

"Earning a degree in any STEM field gives you skills for life. You learn to hypothesize, test, and evaluate -- skills that transcend all fields of work, especially entrepreneurship.” 

Photo courtesy Cincinnati Enquirer