Find Your Passion at ºìÌÒÊÓÆµ! We have over 100 areas of study across nine colleges, in addition to 17 different research centers, laboratories, and institutes. Explore Our Colleges Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Business Education Engineering Nursing Science Graduate School Honors Faculty ºìÌÒÊÓÆµ maintains a low faculty-to-student ratio and average class size of 37. Many of our faculty members are engaged in ground-breaking research. Advising and Support Services Academic Advising Get advice, information, and guidance regarding your academic career. Your academic advisor can assist you with registration, course selection, and more. Exploratory Advising Not sure if your major is a good fit? Exploratory Advising helps identify your strengths, interests, and academic goals so you can make a confident, well-informed decision in choosing a major. Pre-Health Advising Pre-Health Advising offers guidance for students interested in pursuing a professional career in health care. Student Success Center The Student Success Center (SSC) provides academic support programs that empower individuals to realize their potential as self-directed learners and professionals. Disability Support Services Disability Support Services complies with the standards of the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA, 2008) and the Association for Higher Education and Disabilities (AHEAD). They are committed to supporting all students with documented disabilities. International Engagement & Support The Office of International Services oversees International Student and Scholar Services, the Intensive Language and Culture Program, and the Office of International Programs. Explore Academics All degree programs at ºìÌÒÊÓÆµ have a General Education Requirements (GER) component, which accounts for a little over one-third of the minimum total degree requirements and includes coursework in four categories: Composition, the Humanities & Fine Arts, Social & Behavioral Sciences, and the Natural & Physical Sciences. ºìÌÒÊÓÆµâ€™s course catalog includes the current class schedule as well as descriptions of the degree programs and courses offered by the university at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Certificate Programs ºìÌÒÊÓÆµ offers a number of Certificate Programs to give you specialized training in a particular area of study. These non-degree options are designed to bypass much of the coursework required for a degree in the field and can therefore be completed in a shorter amount of time. Online Learning ºìÌÒÊÓÆµ's ever-expanding Online Learning Program uses audio, visual, and multimedia technology for students or working professionals interested in earning an undergraduate or graduate degree online. Collaborative Learning Center ºìÌÒÊÓÆµ's CLC develops best practices that combine classroom-based activities with enhanced learning techniques to strengthen students' relationships with each other and the university. Salmon Library Salmon Library houses the print and electronic collections used by the students, faculty, and staff for instructional, research, and outreach purposes.