Skip to Main Content

Curriculum and Degree Programs

Curriculum is a crucial piece of the administrator's responsibilities. Below are resources for proposing and modifing courses and degree programs. Additionally, alternative credentials are another option for students that to learn specific skills.

Degree Programs

Miami University offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees.

Learn More About Degrees

New academic and degree programs and revisions of academic and degree programs must undergo a specific approval process.

Learn About the Process

Course Resources

Courses are the building blocks of our Degrees. Below are resources to create, modify, and schedule courses.

Course Approval Process

Outlines the steps and actions needed for the approval, modification, and deletion of courses.

Course Scheduling

Provides information related to scheduling courses and space utilization.

Course Types

Miami offers multiple course types. These pages define the types and describe their use.

The following areas have grown out of MiamiRISE, which is Miami University's latest strategic plan.

rainbow shown behind Upham Hall

Academic Partnerships

Miami seeks to engage in mutually beneficial partnerships and projects with educational (PreK-12 and post-secondary) institutions that strengthen local, state, national, and world communities.

Bishop Woods during the spring

Academic Prioritization

Aligned with recommendations nineteen and twenty of Miami's strategic plan known as MiamiRISE, the Academic Program Evaluation, Improvement and Prioritization (APEIP) project aims to improve the quality of programs, and direct resources to further enhance student success, and ensure that we leverage our resources efficiently and effectively.

The Richard and Carole Cocks Art Museum at sunset.

Miami Academic Incubator Program

The MAPI Program is for Faculty, departments and divisions considering the development of new degree programs, majors, co-majors, or certificates.