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Architecture, Construction and Applied Design

Architecture, Construction and Applied Design

If you have an eye for form, shape and structure in the world, you have a foundation for a career in architecture and environmental design, construction management, interior design or visual communication technology.   Find Out More

The Arts

The Arts

University Arts at BGSU offers an exciting array of programs and specializations in performance, fine arts, creative writing and film. Pursuing art-related studies in our fully accredited programs, you have access to many opportunities through the College of Musical Arts, the School of Art, the Department of Theatre and Film and the Creative Writing and Dance programs. Find Out More

Business, Management and Economics

Business, Management and Economics

BGSU’s business degree programs prepare you to become a broadly educated business professional who thinks critically and solves problems logically. We even offer a customizable specialization, I-Business, that allows you to build a degree that incorporates your key strengths and passions. Find Out More

Communication, Journalism and Media

Communication, Journalism and Media

From one-on-one interactions to communication through mass media, we all engage in communicating with others on a daily basis. We continually consume images and written materials, but seldom do we stop to think about how communication affects how we view the world or about the central role communication plays in our lives. Find Out More

Education and Teaching

Education and Teaching

For more than 100 years, BGSU has been setting the standards in teacher education – in fact, we started out as a teachers’ college. Our programs are nationally recognized, meeting or exceeding state and national benchmarks. Find Out More

Health Sciences

Health Sciences

If you care about the well-being of other people, BGSU has plenty of career options for you to explore. The health sciences programs at BGSU prepare individuals for roles as health and wellness professionals in business and industry, community organizations and health care settings. Find Out More

Humanities, Languages and International Cultures

Humanities, Languages and International Cultures

When you study culture and society, you examine every day behaviors, widely held beliefs, images and objects in our everyday lives, and our diverse and increasingly global community. Studying in one of these areas hones your critical thinking skills, one of the most important talents needed for careers in the 21st century. Find Out More

Math, Computer Science and Engineering Technologies

Math, Computer Science and Engineering Technologies

BGSU offers a multitude of majors to satisfy an interest in logic, numbers, abstracts or anything math. Our dedicated faculty in each of the mathematics-based majors introduce students to new ways of thinking. Find Out More

Pre-Professional Programs

Pre-Professional Programs

At BGSU, you can prepare for professional schools by enrolling in any of our pre-professional programs. All of the pre-professional programs at BGSU have associated student organizations, and many of them offer undergraduate research opportunities. Find Out More

Sciences and the Environment

Sciences and the Environment

When you choose to study science at Bowling Green State University, you learn more than current facts and theories – you gain analytical skills that allow you to investigate, experiment and understand the world around us. Find Out More

Social Sciences, Human Services and Program Management

Social Sciences, Human Services and Program Management

Your desire to help people solve problems and live more satisfying lives has a place here at BGSU where our programs in social sciences, human services and program management lead to successful public service careers. Find Out More

Exploring Your Options

Exploring Your Options

Maybe you’re already sick of the question “So, what are you going to major in?” It’s a natural question to ask students. People ask you this because it’s something you have in common and can be a great conversation starter. Find Out More