Dean's Fund: Miami University's Dean's Fund for Excellence directs support to the college or school of your choice, enabling its leadership to meet funding priorities. Gifts to each school’s Dean’s Fund for Excellence support the core of Miami’s mission by providing scholarships, student enrichment, curricular and teaching innovations, faculty support, and technology and equipment to help our students become the best in their fields.
College of Arts and Science: Areas of study include the biological and physical sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. Students are encouraged to join one of the many faculty-led research teams and have full use of modern laboratories and computing facilities. Programs in global studies and 14 languages give students the cultural understanding to operate successfully in a global environment.
Farmer School of Business: FSB ranks 8th among public business schools in BusinessWeek’s annual survey of undergraduate business programs. Students go on to become leaders in startups, small businesses, large corporations, and non-profit organizations all over the world.
College of Creative Arts: CCA fosters a community that is centered on creativity. It integrates a rigorous arts education with Miami’s liberal arts foundation. Professional artists, performers, scholars, and designers mentor the career skills and growth of our students. Internship opportunities, study abroad programs, and strong connections with alumni lead to many possible career options.
College of Education, Health and Society: In EHS, students have studied and practiced around the world. Whether they’re studying Teacher Education, Educational Psychology, Family Studies and Social Work, Kinesiology and Health, or Educational Leadership, students find the resources they need – and the opportunities to grow.
College of Engineering and Computing: Experiential learning is an integral part of CEC programs, in which there are extensive opportunities for students to conduct research and collaborate on real-world projects with professors who know them well. CEC students are prepared for today’s world by participating in leadership training, internships, co-ops, and community and professional service.
College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science: Miami University's newest academic division, created in 2013, is housed on Miami's regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown. CPSAS brings together the departments of Business Technology, Computer & Information Technology, Engineering Technology, Integrative Studies, Justice & Community Studies, and Nursing to offer new and expanded bachelor degrees programs for Miami students.
The Graduate School: With 11 doctoral programs and more than 50 master’s programs in our Graduate School, Miami distinguishes itself from large research universities as well as undergraduate colleges. The Graduate School, which includes the Scripps Gerontology Center, is recognized for its distinctive graduate degree opportunities—and for fostering excellence in each program.
Division of Student Affairs: The Division of Student Affairs cultivates student success through support and enrichment services, learning centered environments and activities that extend learning beyond the classroom. We also work with students to develop character, explore leadership, embrace diversity and enhance wellness.
Miami University John E. Dolibois Center (MUDEC): The Miami University John E. Dolibois Center (MUDEC) in Luxembourg offers students a unique combination of first-class academics, engagement in the local community, and various faculty-guided and independent travel opportunities.Students gaub an outstanding education while being immersed in the rich diversity of cultures that characterize modern European life.
University Libraries: For twenty-four hours a day most of the year, Miami’s Libraries are the nerve center of academic life on campus: the nexus for information, people, and technology. Here, great ideas come together and grow into projects just waiting for our students to pioneer and take to another level.