College of Arts and Sciences enrolls about 3,600 undergraduate students. It's about 34% of the University's total undergraduate enrollment. There are thirty-one undergraduate majors, fifteen master's programs, and eleven doctoral programs.
18 departments are organized into four divisions: fine arts, social sciences, humanities, and math-natural sciences.
A world-renowned center for aerospace learning, nationally acclaimed for our achievements in collegiate aviation education, atmospheric research, space studies, and computer science applications. With over 500 faculty and staff members, over 1,500 students from around the world, and a myriad of programs and projects, the John D. Odegard School Of Aerospace Sciences is setting the pace for the future of flight.
The College of Business and Public Administration (CoBPA) is the largest school of business in North Dakota and serves an average of 1,800 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students per year.
Committed to providing educational and social opportunities to all its students, the college offers more than 20 professional student clubs and organizations. Students can also take advantage of many cooperative employment and internship programs throughout the year.
The University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences educates physicians and other health professionals and enhances the quality of life in North Dakota. The School also discovers knowledge that benefits the people of North Dakota and the world.
The UND College of Nursing offers both undergraduate and graduate programs of study in nursing, including RN-BSN and RN-MS distance delivered degrees, and undergraduate programs in dietetics and community nutrition.
The master's program, leading to a Master of Science (M.S.) degree with a major in nursing, boasts six tracks: psychiatric/mental health, family nurse practitioner, public/community health, nurse anesthesia, nursing education, and gerontology. The master's program is targeted to prepare clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, nurse educators, and nurse administrators. The focus of the masters nursing program is based on scientific knowledge of nursing practice and education through research. The College also offers a PhD program to prepare nurses for roles as nurse scientists and faculty.
The College of Education and Human Development offers excellent high quality programs that prepare students for entry or advanced roles in education at all levels, as well as professional positions in counseling, recreation and tourism, rehabilitation, kinesiology and exercise science, and public health education. Degrees are offered at the bachelors, masters, specialist and doctoral levels.