Academic Programs​​​​​

     

The value of a Findlay e​ducation is immeasurable. 

As one of the best private universities in Ohio, Findlay offers students small classes, personal mentoring, the chance to lead and real-world learning opportunities. Our career-focused programs are built on a liberal arts foundation, and we incorporate hands-on learning into all programs. We invite you to discover who you will be at The University of Findlay.


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 Whether in a traditional learning setting or  elsewhere on and off campus, UF students have numerous  opportunities to gain knowledge  and  contribute to its advancement in various fields under the guidance of  superior faculty. Pictured above, physical therapy students use their skills to help a child in the PT clinic.

Cases in Point​

  • Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing students have a YouTube channel with projects that explain rhetoric's purpose and relevance, and showcase the program's visiting scholar participants. 
  • Accounting students participate in a valuable mentoring program. They are paired with professionals who advise them on career facets ranging from resume building to the rigors of tax preparation season.
  • The fact that The Pulse, UF's stud​ent newspaper, continuously wins awards for its coverage sends a strong message about the University's journalism, communication and English programs, and exemplifies the University's multimodal approaches to teaching, learning and production.
  • UF's instructors are leaders when it comes to pedagogical innovation. A recent Islamic traditions course rose to the occasion, with interesting results.
  • The best opportunity to see evidence of the wide range and importance of research and specialized study at UF is at its annual Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity.
  • Finding different ways to help people with mental and physical challenges live better lives is what students in UF's Occupational Therapy program do. From working with county jail inmates to helping young, picky eaters, students take their knowledge and apply it in new ways to assist community members, a recent article​ illustrates.

Accreditations

UF is authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission*as well as the national accrediting organizations for athletic training, environmental, safety and occupational health management, nuclear medicine technology, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, social work, strength and conditioning, and teacher education.

* The Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411
 

Evidence of Excellence