Majors, Minors and Thematic Sequences

A girl sitting in a chair working on her laptop with a sticker on the front that says I am Miami
 Image of a textbook on a desk with a pencil in someones hand and a Miami red sweatshirt
 An ent student working with his professor and a piece of engineering equipment.
 A female nursing student working on a simulation mannequin with a stethoscope in her ears
 A student sitting at his desk talking during class time.

College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science (CLAAS) Majors, Minors, and Thematic Sequences offered at Miami Regionals

Using the Global Miami Plan for Liberal Education as a base, each major adds specialized content and appropriate professional courses and may integrate experience in field settings. A minor is a specific program to be taken along with a major to complement your skills and increase your career opportunities. After you have declared a minor at the department office, you will be assigned an adviser from the department.

Don’t know where to start? Take our 15-minute quiz to find what majors fit you best.

If you haven't decided on a major, learn more about the Undeclared option.

Oxford Majors

Miami University Oxford offers 100+ majors that require Regional students to relocate to the Oxford campus to complete.