Undergraduate Degrees - Ole Miss Interenational | Ole Miss

From a liberal arts college with almost 40 degree programs to an accountancy school that consistently ranks among the nation’s top 10, the University of Mississippi offers academic degrees to suit any student. Ole Miss is also home to a number of unique national centers of research and study, including the Center for the Study of Southern Culture, the Center for Intelligence and Security Studies, the Croft Institute for International Studies, the Department of Nutrition and Hospitality Management, and the Center for Manufacturing Excellence.

College of Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts covers the traditional building blocks of education: most areas of knowledge in the humanities; the fine and performing arts; mathematics; and the biological, physical, and social sciences. Founded in 1848 with four professors, the College of Liberal Arts is the oldest and largest division of the university.

All degrees at the College of Liberal Arts include required course work in natural sciences, social sciences, mathematics, humanities, and fine and performing arts. An ideal education, no matter what your ultimate specialization is, will help you live a meaningful and useful life and do good for the world. The College marries that ethos with a research-focused, award-winning curriculum.


African American Studies (BA)
History (BA)
Art (BA)
Art History (BA)
Biology (BA)
Biology (BS)
Southern Studies (BA)
Biochemistry (BA)
Chemistry (BA, BS):
Emphasis – Biochemistry (BS)
Forensic Chemistry (BS)

Classics (BA):
Emphasis – Classical Civilization
Emphasis – Greek
Emphasis – Latin
Computer Science (BA)
Economics (BA, BS)
English (BA)
English (BA):
Emphasis – Creative Writing
Mathematics (BA, BS)
Arabic (BA)
Chinese (BA)
French (BA)
German (BA)
Linguistics (BA)
Spanish (BA)
Music (BA)

Music (BM):
Music Education:
Emphasis – Instrumental
Emphasis – Keyboard
Emphasis – Vocal
Music Performance:
Emphasis – Instrumental
Emphasis – Keyboard
Emphasis – Vocal
Philosophy (BA)
Physics (BA, BS)
Political Science (BA)
Psychology (BA)
Anthropology (BA)
Sociology (BA)
Theatre Arts (BA)

*International Studies is a restricted major within the Croft Institute, please inquire for further details prior to application.

School of Accountancy

The Ole Miss accountancy program has provided Mississippi and the nation with business leaders in nearly every field of activity. Graduates have gone on to leadership positions in international accounting firms, as chief executives in Fortune 500 companies, as heads of governmental and not-for-profit agencies, and as owners of small (and not-so-small) businesses in towns throughout the Mid-South. Whether in accountancy or some other field of activity, alumni have found that their accountancy education has given them the skills to succeed in life.

According to the Public Accounting Report, Patterson is the Top 10 undergraduate Accounting Programs.


Accountancy (BAccy)

School of Applied Sciences

The School of Applied Sciences at the University of Mississippi offers professional preparation programs that integrate academic study, clinical training, creative research, service-learning and community outreach to help you become a leader who will make a positive impact on the health and well-being of your community.


Communication Sciences and Disorders (BS)
Sport and Recreation Admin (BA):
Emphasis – Recreation Administration
Emphasis – Sport Administration
Exercise Science (BS)
Law Studies (BPS):
Emphasis – Accelerated Law (BPS)
Emphasis – Paralegal (BPS)

Criminal Justice (BS)
Emphasis – Corrections
Emphasis – Homeland Security
Emphasis – Law Enforcement
Dietetics and Nutrition (BS)
Emphasis – Dietetics
Emphasis – Health Professions
Emphasis – Child Nutrition

Hospitality Management (BS)
Emphasis – Generalist
Emphasis – Food Services
Emphasis – Lodging
Emphasis – Event Management
Social Work (BS)

School of Business Administration

Recognized as one of the top 100 Business programs in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, the School of Business Administration delivers a great value in undergraduate education. The business curriculum is innovative and challenging. Current issues relevant to ethics, international business, social and legal considerations, and advanced information technology are integrated throughout the courses.

Ranked in the Top 50 Among Public Institutions (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2016)

Top 100 Campus MBA Programs (US News & World Report, 2016)


General Business (BBA)
Banking and Finance (BBA)
Real Estate (BBA)
Risk Management and Insurance (BBA)
Entrepreneurship (BBA)

Management, Human Resources (BBA)
Management Information Systems (BBA)
Marketing (BBA)
Economics (BA)

School of Education

The School of Education prepares its students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels to be an inspiration to their students, effective and professional educators and administrators, and to be advocates for diverse learners. The School of Education enrolls more than 1,105 students in undergraduate, Master's, Ed.D., and Ph.D. programs each year.

Our faculty make the difference. The outstanding world-class faculty are dedicated to student achievement and success. Their research, teaching, service and commitment to the educational experience of the students in the School of Education are second to none.


Elementary Education (BAEd)
Emphasis – Computers
Emphasis – English
Emphasis – Fine Arts
Emphasis – Math
Emphasis – Modern/Ancient Languages
Emphasis – Science
Emphasis – Social Studies

English Education (BAEd)
Mathematics Education (BAEd)
Science Education (BAEd)
Science Education:
Emphasis – Biology (BAEd)
Emphasis – Chemistry (BAEd)
Emphasis – Physics (BAEd)
Social Studies Education (BAEd)
Special Education (BAEd)

School of Engineering

The School of Engineering has six academic departments—Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer and Information Science, Electrical Engineering, Geology/Geological Engineering, Mechanical Engineering—offering Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D. degrees, and seven research centers, many of which are nationally recognized.


Biomedical Engineering (BS)*
Emphasis – Bioinformatics
Emphasis – Biomedical
Emphasis – Biomolecular
Electrical Engineering (BS)*
Emphasis – General Program
Geology (BS)*
Geological Engineering (BS)*

Chemical Engineering (BS)*
Emphasis – Biotechnology
Emphasis – Environmental
Emphasis – Materials
Emphasis – Standard Option
Civil Engineering (BS)*
Computer Science (BS)*

Engineering (BE)
Emphasis – Business Administration

*These degrees require additional math proficiency for admission. These degrees require a SAT or ACT score for admission.

School of Journalism and New Media

Students at the the School of Journalism and New Media are being prepared for thriving professional careers in journalism through superior education and hands-on, real world experience at the University of Mississippi.

The School of Journalism and New Media degree programs—the Bachelor of Arts, the Master of Arts, and the newly offered Bachelor of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications—give students the opportunity to understand the changing role of journalism from different perspectives while developing the multimedia and intellectual skills necessary to succeed in the media industry.


Integrated Marketing Communication (BS)
Emphasis – Accelerated Law 

School of Pharmacy

Ole Miss’s School of Pharmacy prepares you for teaching and research positions in academia or administrative and research positions in the pharmaceutical, chemical, agrochemical, food and health care industries, as well as in government agencies. If a career in one of these areas is what you’re looking for, a degree from the UM School of Pharmacy may be the right prescription for your future.


Pharmaceutical Sciences, (BS)
degree to prepare for PharmD