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College of Arts and Sciences
The Oakland University College of Arts and Sciences is comprised of 16 departments devoted to teaching and researching liberal arts, including the humanities, social sciences, visual and performing arts, and mathematical and laboratory sciences.
- American Studies (Concentration)
- Anthropology, B.A.
- Art History, B.A.
- Biology Degrees
- Biochemistry, B.S.
- Chemistry Degrees
- Chinese Studies, B.A.
- Cinema Studies, B.A.
- Communication, B.A.
- Creative Writing, B.A.
- Criminal Justice, B.A.
- Dance Degrees
- Economics Degrees
- Engineering Physics, B.S.
- Engineering Chemistry, B.S.
- English, B.A.
- Environmental Science, B.S.
- French Language and Literature, B.A.
- German Language and Literature, B.A.
- Graphic Design, B.A.
- History, B.A.
- International Relations, B.A.
- Japanese Language and Literature, B.A.
- Japanese Studies, B.A.
- Journalism B.A.
- Latin American Languages and Civilization, B.A.
- Latin American Studies, B.A.
- Liberal Studies, B.A.
- Linguistics, B.A.
- Mathematics and Statistics Degrees
- Music Degrees
- Philosophy, B.A.
- Physics Degrees
- Political Science, B.A.
- Pre-Law (Concentration)
- Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Studies
- Psychology, B.A.
- Public Administration and Public Policy, B.S.
- Social Work, B.S.W.
- Sociology, B.A.
- Spanish Language and Literature, B.A.
- Studio Art, B.A.
- Theatre Degrees
- Women and Gender Studies, B.A.
- Writing and Rhetoric, B.A.
- Art and Art History
- Biological Sciences
- Communication and Journalism
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Modern Languages and Literatures
- Music, Theatre and Dance
- Political Science
- Sociology, Anthropology, Social Work and Criminal Justice
- Writing and Rhetoric
School of Business
AACSB-International accredited undergraduate and graduate programs center on integrating theory, leading-edge research and real-world experience to give you a true understanding of how business works, preparing you for professional success.
School of Education and Human Services
SEHS students, alumni and faculty enhance their communities, shape the future of their professions and touch the lives of thousands of learners, from pre-schoolers to professionals, inner-city teens to teachers in rural Chinese classrooms.
- Counseling Degrees
- Early Childhood Education, M.Ed.
- Educational Leadership, M.Ed.
- Educational Studies, M.Ed.
- Elementary Education, M.A.T.
- Higher Education Leadership, M.Ed.
- International Baccalaureate Education, M.Ed.
- Reading and Language Arts, M.A.T.
- Secondary Education, M.A.T.
- Special Education, M.Ed.
- Teacher Leadership, M.Ed.
- Training and Development (MTD)
POST MASTER'S CERTIFICATES
- Adult Career Counseling
- Educational Resources Laboratory
- Galileo Institute for Teacher Leadership
- Ken Morris Center for the Study of Labor and Work
- Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education
- OU Center for Autism
- Outreach and Program Services
- Pawley Lean Institute
- Reading Recovery Center of Michigan
- SEHS Counseling Center
School of Engineering and Computer Science
Leveraging OU's proximity to the auto industry, faculty and students take advantage of unique research opportunities. From GPS devices and communication systems to clean energy, SECS faculty are on the front lines of automotive research. The school's research centers allow scholars to collaborate with automakers as well as military units.
School of Health Sciences
The School of Health Sciences is passionate about providing students with the best science-based health education, high-quality academic preparation, interdisciplinary teaching and excellence in instruction in the classroom and clinical laboratory.
OUWB School of Medicine
Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine (OUWB) opened in 2011 with a charter class of 50 students. The curriculum is a highly integrated one; combining biomedical science instruction with clinical training. In February 2015, OUWB was granted full accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.
School of Nursing
More than 95% of our graduates find employment in the tri-county area, contributing to the area's economy. Our clinical partners in education provided 268 clinical rotation sites for undergraduates this past academic year as well as 360 one-on-one preceptor experiences for students to solidify their clinical experience. Our students, in turn, are able to watch, learn and practice in the best hospitals and clinical sites in the state.