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About the University

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Creighton Points of Pride

  • The Number One Master's University in the Midwest (U.S. News & World Report)
  • One of the ?Best Colleges? in the U.S. (The Princeton Review)
  • One of the Top 400 World Universities (U.K.'s Times Higher Education)
  • A student-teacher ratio of 12:1
  • NCAA Division I athletic program

Creighton Students

Total Enrollment: 7,000

Undergraduate Students: 4,000
Graduate and Professional: 3,000

Where they come from:

Every state in the U.S.
35 different countries

Campus Life

  • Campus facilities include a well-equipped fitness center, a student center, three major libraries with combined volumes in excess of 3,250,000, and abundant computer resources
  • 200 student clubs and organizations
  • NCAA Division I sports for men and women, including baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, tennis, and volleyball.

Undergraduate Majors

College of Arts and Sciences

American Studies
Anthropology
Art: Art History
Art: Studio Art
Athletic Training
Atmospheric Sciences
Atmospheric Sciences: Applied Meteorology
Atmospheric Sciences: Graduate School & Research Preparation
Biology
Chemistry: Standard Chemistry
Chemistry: Biochemistry
Chemistry: Chemistry Education
Classical & Near Eastern Civilizations
Classical Languages: Greek
Classical Languages: Latin
Communication Studies: Interpersonal Communication
Communication Studies: Organizational Communication

Corporate Communication Specialization
Human Resource Administration Specialization

Computer Science
Dance
Economics
Elementary Education
Special Education K-6 Specialization
Special Education 7-12 Specialization
English as a Second Language (7-12)

Teaching Endorsement Specialization

English

American Literature Specialization
British Literature Specialization
Creative Writing Specialization
Irish Literature Specialization
English Subject Endorsement Specialization
Rhetoric and Composition Specialization

Environmental Sciences: Environmental Analysis and Pollution
Environmental Sciences: Environmental Policy and Society
Environmental Sciences: Global and Environmental Systems
Environmental Sciences: Organismal/Population Ecology
Exercise Science
French
German
Graphic Design
Health Administration & Policy
History
International Relations
Journalism: Advertising
Journalism: News
Journalism: Photo Journalism
Journalism: Public Relations
Journalism: Visual Communications
Justice and Society
Mathematics: Medical Mathematics
Mathematics: Pure Mathematics
Music
Native American Studies
Philosophy: History of Philosophy

Ethics Specialization

Philosophy: Problems of Philosophy

Ethics Specialization

Physics
Political Science: Legal Studies
Political Science: Public Policy
Psychology
Sociology: Standard Sociology
Sociology: Applied Research Methods
Sociology: Criminal Justice System Policy
Sociology: Family Studies
Sociology: Global Health Studies
Spanish
Social Work
Theatre: Standard Theatre
Theatre: Broadcast Performance & Production
Theatre: Performance
Theatre: Technical
Theology

Biblical Studies Specialization
Doctrinal, Historical or Liturgical Specialization
Christian Life Studies Specialization

Emergency Medical Services (administered through University College)


College of Business

Accounting
Economics
Finance
International Business
Management: Human Resources Management
Management: Military Management
Management: Four Year Pre-Law
Management: Entrepreneurial Management
Management: Business Ethics
Management Information Systems
Marketing
3/3 Pre-Law


School of Nursing

Traditional four-year BSN
Accelerated one-year BSN
RN to BSN (LEAP Program)
Master of Science


Professional Programs

Dentistry  www.creighton.edu/dentalschool
Graduate
Law  www.creighton.edu/law
Medicine  medschool.creighton.edu
Occupational Therapy  ot.creighton.edu
Pharmacy  pharmacy.creighton.edu
Physical Therapy  pt.creighton.edu
Note: Pre-Professional studies are not majors. An intended major or "Undecided"; must be identified in one of the undergraduate colleges or schools listed above.