Clinical laboratory science is a major comprised of five
specialties: Clinical Chemistry, Hematology, Microbiology,
Immunohematology, and Immunology. Clinical laboratory scientists apply
scientific background and skills to the supervision and performance of
Diplomacy and Global Politics major introduces you to the theoretical and practical aspects of
diplomacy, international relations, and comparative politics. It
provides you with an understanding of foreign and domestic security
policies, international economic...
What is French Education?
Miami offers a four-year foreign language licensure in French that allows you to teach grades pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
What are the features of Miami's program?
For nearly a century, Miami University has been offering...
International Studies (ITS) at
Miami University is a multidisciplinary major through which students
can incorporate an international dimension and a foreign area of
interest into their undergraduate education. The program in
International Studies consists...
Speech pathology and audiology is the study of communication
challenges, including problems with the speed and regularity of speech,
the quality of the speech sounds produced, the hearing and
understanding of speech, or the language-processing system. These
What is Science Education?
The Science Education major prepares you to teach in junior and
senior high schools (grades 7-12). This four-year program allows you to
choose from these fields: Earth Science, Earth Science/Chemistry, Earth
What is Spanish Education?
Miami offers a four-year foreign language licensure in Spanish for grades pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
Miami's foreign language program encourages students to become
professionals early in their studies. Students are immersed...
The Bachelor of Science in Financial Technology offers tracks in
actuarial science and financial engineering. The program provides
quantitatively oriented students the opportunity to apply mathematical,
statistical and programming tools to the financial, risk...
NRE graduates will:
1. have a successful career in nuclear and radiological engineering or other fields
2. conduct themselves with the highest professional and ethical principles; and
3. engage in life-long learning through continuing education, professional...
If you feel inspired to make an impact, majoring in public policy gives you the tools to channel your motivation into action.
What is public policy?
Public policy shapes all areas of life from the environment to
government to business to technology. The...
The first-year small-section program teaches the fundamentals of legal analysis
and reasoning in a supportive setting. In the first semester, two of each student's
classes -- a substantive law class and a legal writing class -- have 25 or fewer
Curriculum Guide on International and Comparative Law
and comparative law involves a wide variety of legal work driven by the
increasing globalization of the world's economies. A growing number of
Lawyers in the field of labor and employment law deal with the relations
between workers and their employers. Labor lawyers represent either union
workers or management and deal with issues such as unfair labor practice
Real estate law concerns every aspect of commercial and residential transactions
and investments. It involves issues related to the purchase and sale of
property, including financing and development, construction contracts,
Curriculum Guide on Tax Law
If you're not sure what area of law interests you or if you want to
leave your options open, select courses that give you a well-rounded education.
Make sure that you have the...
Trial lawyers or civil litigators are lawyers who represent clients
in civil lawsuits. Trial lawyers spend much of their time on pre-trial
issues such as discovering facts, deposing witnesses, and preparing
cases to be tried. They also spend a significant...
The curriculum of our department prepares students for careers in
corporate financial management, the investments and securities
business, and the management of financial institutions, e.g., banks and
insurance companies. The theory of finance and its applications...
Welcome to the undergraduate Pharmacology-Toxicology program! This
unique program, which began at Wisconsin in 1985, requires completion
of approximately two years (60 credits) of specific college-level
prerequisites, and application to the School of Pharmacy...
The ecology and natural resources curriculum provides an
understanding of how natural living systems function and evolve, and
how they can be managed to conserve biodiversity while providing
benefits to people. Students may pursue course work that...
The major in Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior (EPIB)
examines the human dimensions of environmental problems. It addresses
such issues as how human actions affect the environment; how societies
adapt to changes in natural resource availability;...