All EHS programs are built on a strong foundation of hands-on field experiences, internships, and research using innovative technologies. EHS offers undergraduate majors in teacher education, education studies, family science, social work, special education, athletic training, nutrition, kinesiology, public health, and sport leadership and management.
Educational Leadership three students participate in a classroom discussion with each other

Department of Educational Leadership

Educational Psychology psychology students getting hands-on experience in a lab

Department of Educational Psychology

Family Science & Social Work social work intern working in the field

Department of Family Science & Social Work

Kinesiology and Health students working in a kinesiology lab

Department of Kinesiology and Health

Teacher Education student teacher presenting in front of a classroom

Department of Teacher Education

Academic Advising

Miami University advances a learner-centered advising system. In this type of system, the advisor sees every opportunity in which a student makes a choice as a learning opportunity and assists the student in steadily gaining ownership over the college experience.

In addition to having a primary academic advisor, Miami students are provided with a network of faculty and staff who are committed to their success throughout their undergraduate experience. This success network includes faculty and staff academic advisors, divisional academic advisors, and other academic support and career-related offices.

Academic advisors provide guidance on the Global Miami Plan for Liberal Education, divisional and major requirements, choosing a major, career planning and, when appropriate, they also make referrals to appropriate campus support offices.

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