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Undergraduate Programs

Chart your own unique course for your studies and career plans at the College of Arts and Science. Our immersive curriculum offers diverse undergraduate majors, co-majors, and minors across the humanities, biological and natural sciences, and social sciences. Exploring these options will enable you to acquire the knowledge and skills that employers seek in a bright, globally minded workforce — and serve as the rewarding foundation for the rest of your life.

Majors and Minors

Find success your way, with an academic plan that immerses you in your field of interest or future profession. At Miami, the program you choose will open up a wealth of career possibilities and curiosities. You’ll gain the skills that employers demand — skills that will take you far in any role at any organization.

Programs that Will Enrich

American Culture & English Program (ACE)

The American Culture & English (ACE) Program seeks to facilitate the linguistic, cultural, and academic transition of international students to Miami University. This is accomplished by providing them with high-quality English language instruction and a challenging and supportive intellectual environment, combined with cultural and co-curricular opportunities necessary for them to achieve success at Miami.

Sue J. Henry Center for Pre-Law Education

Miami's Henry Pre-Law Center educates students about law school and the practice of law, and equips those who apply to law school with the tools to succeed in the law school admissions process. Students receive focused guidance and counseling, and are provided with opportunities to learn from and network with professionals.

Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education

The Mallory-Wilson Center provides resources, information, and support that enable students to make informed decisions regarding the issues facing today's healthcare professionals. Programs and services include the Premedical Co-Major, Premedical Living Learning Community, internships, and scholarships.

Western Program (Individualized Studies)

The Western Program is an Individualized Studies (BA) major within the College of Arts and Science that provides students with the opportunity to develop a personalized plan of study. This interdisciplinary program allows for integrated and intentional learning by each student and culminates with a senior research project that serves as an entry point to graduate study or a rewarding career.

Global Health Studies

Global Health Studies (GHS) offers a transdisciplinary minor in the College of Arts & Science for students interested in better understanding the complexities of global health and developing the necessary collaboration and research skills to work towards ethically addressing global health problems. Faculty represent several departments and academic divisions.

The College of Arts and Science

Representing nearly half of all students, the College of Arts and Science (CAS) is Miami University's largest division and the centerpiece of liberal arts — the wide range of subjects in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities crucial for the development of key professional skills desired by employers.


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