Our university has seven academic colleges that offer 170 bachelor's, 94 master's, 17 doctoral, two specialist, and seven associate degrees.
The provost's office, which leads academic affairs, is responsible for each of those colleges. We make sure the curriculum is always up to date and field any questions our deans, deartment chairs, and faculty may have.
College of Architecture and Planning
Miller College of Business
College of Communication, Information, and Media
College of Fine Arts
College of Health
College of Sciences and Humanities
Additional programs and departments overseen by the provost include:
Rinker Center for International Programs
School of Extended Education