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Schools and colleges

Undergraduate majors are offered in the following schools and colleges:

College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR)

Includes the School of Natural Resources. You might work with colleagues in China to improve global food safety, shape agricultural policies to end world hunger or conduct research to advance health care. Each year, CAFNR awards nearly $1 million in scholarships.

College of Arts and Science (A&S)

Includes the School of Music. A&S is the oldest and largest of Mizzou's colleges. Under a nationally and internationally recognized faculty, you'll study a broad curriculum designed to prepare you for leadership in an increasingly diverse society. MU graduates have played many roles, including Academy Award-winning actor, deputy director of the CIA, governor, cartoonist, astronaut and Missouri's first poet laureate (just to name a few).

Trulaske College of Business

Includes the School of Accountancy. Business and industry experts regularly rate Mizzou among the nation's top business programs. You'll gain real-world professional experience throughout our rigorous academic program. When you graduate, you'll join an impressive group of more than 31,000 alumni who are serving their communities in all 50 states and numerous countries worldwide.

College of Education

Here your professors are conducting research that shapes the field of education. Mizzou partners with approximately 365 schools in 22 districts across the state to ensure than you experience classrooms in a variety of urban, suburban and rural settings.

College of Engineering

In 1849, Mizzou entered new territory by offering the first engineering classes west of the Mississippi River. As an engineering student, you’ll still have the opportunity to operate on the frontiers of science and technology through undergraduate research. You can solve problems and make the world a better place while gaining skills in leadership, entrepreneurship and teamwork.

School of Health Professions

No other institution in the state, and few in the country, can offer you the opportunities and resources of our School of Health Professions. Right here on campus, you can get clinical experience working with actual patients in speech and hearing labs, senior care, occupational therapy, physical therapy and other healthcare specialities.

College of Human Environmental Sciences (HES)

Includes the School of Social Work. Consider HES if you want to improve how people live in this century. HES programs are taught by award-winning faculty who are passionate about meeting human needs. Areas of focus include human development and family studies, nutrition and fitness, sustainable architecture and interior design, financial planning, textile and apparel management, and social work.

School of Journalism

Graduates of the Missouri School of Journalism are highly sought all over the world. As the world’s first, the MU School of Journalism shaped the profession and continues to influence its future. We combine a broad liberal arts curriculum with hands-on media opportunities. Students staff a regional newspaper, an NPR-affiliate radio station, an NBC-affiliate TV station and a professional advertising agency. The Reynolds Journalism Institute is equipped with the latest technology, helping students connect with media professionals and scholars as they improve the understanding and practice of journalism in a democratic society.

Sinclair School of Nursing

For more than 100 years, MU’s School of Nursing has prepared top health care providers, educators and researchers. You'll be surrounded by nationally and internationally recognized faculty who are leaders in nursing. You'll learn in a high-tech simulation environment and work with faculty and researchers in other disciplines to improve patient care locally and globally. And 97 percent of our students pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) the first time they take it.

Graduate Programs

When you've completed your undergraduate studies, you may also pursue post-baccalaureate degrees at Mizzou in these schools and colleges: