Banner Header 1Find the Program That is Right For You Intro Post Degrees Bachelor's Master's Doctoral Associate Certificate & Endorsements Licensure Minors College Business Education Health Professions Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Pharmacy Science Format On-campus Online Hybrid Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Education B.A., B.S., Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach 7th - 12th grade. Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) English/Language Arts B.A., B.S., Licensure Teach English to students in 7th grade, 8th grade and high school. Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Life Science B.A., B.S., Licensure Teach Life Science to students in 7th grade, 8th grade and high school. Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Mathematics B.A., B.S., Licensure Teach Mathematics to students in 7th grade, 8th grade and high school. Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Science B.A., B.S., Licensure Teach Science to students in 7th grade, 8th grade and high school. Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Social Studies B.A., B.S., Licensure Teach Social Studies to students in 7th grade, 8th grade and high school. All Hazards Training Center Professional Development The industry leader in development and delivery of corporate-wide custom safety and security training. Animal Science - Industry Option B.S. Pre-veterinary medicine and science options offered to prepare students for the agricultural industry and graduate school. Animal Science - Pre-Veterinary Medicine Option B.S. Graduates of Findlay's Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program have a vet school acceptance rate of more than two times the national average! Animal Science - Science Option Students learn the science behind industry practice and work in careers relating to research and testing. Applied Security & Analytics M.S. Offers advanced courses in leadership, big data, business and cybersecurity both online and on campus. Art B.A., Minor Centered on studio practice and art history with areas of focus offered in ceramics, painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing and photography. Art Management B.A. Prepares students for administrative positions related to galleries, museums, art centers and art organizations. Athletic Training M.A.T. Prepares students to become certified athletic trainers. Begin as a freshman in our 3+2 program or enter the graduate program directly. Biology B.S., Minor Conduct cutting edge biological research, pursue medical school or travel the globe in search of new species. Business Administration Minor Gain foundational skills in business, economic thinking and finance with a minor in business administration. Business Administration - Accounting Emphasis A.A., B.S., Minor Universal business discipline with two emphasis options: Financial accounting and managerial accounting. Business Administration - Economics Emphasis B.S., Minor Conduct research, collect and analyze data, monitor economic trends and develop forecasts with a degree in economics. Business Administration - Finance Emphasis B.S., Minor Develop an extensive analytical perspective and the skills you need to be successful in a field that is essential in all industries. Business Administration - Hospitality Management Emphasis B.S. Gain the skills needed to be successful in areas of the hospitality industry such as lodging, food and beverage, or event planning. Business Administration - Human Resource Management Emphasis A.A., B.S., Minor Gain foundational business skills and specific skills to be effective in hiring, administration and training of personnel for a company or organization. Business Administration - International Business Emphasis B.S., Minor Learn the skills you need to understand new cultures, communicate effectively and conduct business globally. Business Administration - Management Emphasis A.A., B.S., Minor Prepares energetic and confident leaders who can add value and generate high performance at all levels of business responsibility. Business Administration - Marketing Emphasis B.S., Minor Learn personal selling, sales force management, advertising and promotion, product design, marketing research and customer service. Business Administration - Operations & Logistics Management B.S., Minor Learn how to plan, design, implement, manage and support activities for virtually any industry. Business Administration - Sport Business Strategy Emphasis B.S., Minor Gain specialized knowledge in facility management, intercollegiate sports, event planning, travel and tourism. Business Information Assurance Management Minor Build up your knowledge base in information systems and security with a minor in business information assurance management. Chemistry B.S., Minor Hands-on learning, undergraduate research and internships prepare chemistry graduates to pursue medical or graduate school, or enter the professional field. Children's Book Illustration B.A. Work closely with the Mazza Museum, the world's most diverse collection of original artwork by children's book illustrators located on campus. Coaching Minor Explore the philosophy and practice of coaching, sport psychology and more by adding a minor in coaching. Computer Science - Business Emphasis A.A., B.S., Certificate, Minor Areas of emphasis available in: business, data analytics, computer systems, information assurance, mathematics or web and database. Computer Science - Computer Systems Emphasis A.A., B.S., Certificate, Minor An emphasis in computer systems prepares students for careers as network administrators or software engineers. Computer Science - Data Analytics Emphasis A.A., B.S., Certificate, Minor Employers are struggling to fill data science and analytics jobs and finding employees with leadership skills is even harder. Computer Science - Information Assurance Emphasis A.A., B.S., Certificate, Minor Completion of the information assurance emphasis at the University of Findlay will increase your marketability upon graduation. Computer Science - Mathematics Emphasis A.A., B.S., Certificate, Minor An emphasis in mathematics prepares students for careers as computer scientists, mathematical programmers or software engineers. Computer Science - Web & Database Emphasis A.A., B.S., Certificate, Minor Graduates will be able to create the back-end programming needed for today's business websites and ensure data are efficiently managed and organized to meet today's information needs. Criminal Justice B.A., Minor Gain skills to pursue careers in law enforcement, courts, corrections and juvenile justice. Criminal Justice - White-Collar Crime & Fraud Investigation B.A. Gain skills necessary to work with financially motivated crimes in law enforcement, courts, corrections, risk assessment or juvenile justice. Degree Completion Program - Business Management B.S. Earn a bachelor's degree. 100% online. Classes begin every eight weeks. Diagnostic Medical Sonography A.A., B.S., Certificate Learn how to conduct sonogram and ultrasound exams with hands-on experience and clinical hours in a hospital setting. Digital Media Minor Learn video production, newswriting and how to communicate digitally by adding a minor in digital media. Doctor of Education in School Psychology College of Education Four-year, online Doctor of Education in School Psychology. This program will prepare you to enhance the learning and mental health of all children and youth. Dual Enrollment Certificate Certificate For teachers with a master's degree who need the required graduate hours to teach UF College Credit Plus courses. Early Childhood Education B.S., Licensure Become a licensed early childhood teacher and be prepared to work with children ages three through ten. Echocardiography A.A., B.S., Certificate Learn normal and pathological conditions as they relate to the study of the adult heart through hands-on training. Education Ed.D., M.A.E., B.A., B.S., Minor, Endorsements Prepares caring, competent, reflective and highly qualified professionals in education. Educator Workshops Professional Development Workshops may assist with license renewal and/or updating your individualized professional development plan (IPDP). Emergency and Disaster Management Certificate Become a leader in the environmental industry with a certificate in emergency and disaster management. This is a master's level certificate and a bachelors degree is needed. English - Creative Writing Emphasis B.A., Minor The development and writing of original works and promotes opportunity for self-expression, emphasizing the relationship between writer and audience, while also exposing students to the professional world of publishing. English - General Writing Emphasis B.A., Minor The opportunity to develop critical reading, writing, and thinking skills through exposure to a variety of primary and secondary texts. Students learn to recognize that all speech acts occur in a specific rhetorical context and are trained to communicate effectively in genres appropriate to those contexts. English - Literature Emphasis B.A., Minor Become a scholar who can think critically and analyze written, oral, and visual texts in a variety of genres. The focus helps to develop an understanding of the relationship between writer and audience and teaches students to situate texts within relative social, cultural, and historical contexts. English - Teaching Emphasis B.A., Minor The teaching emphasis exposes students to the best teaching practices in the field and helps them to maintain an awareness of changing teaching pedagogies while developing their abilities as critical readers, writers, and thinkers. Entrepreneurship Minor Build a strong knowledge base and foundational skills in entrepreneurship by adding this minor. Environment, Health, Safety, and Sustainability B.S., Minor Gain skills to work in areas such as environmental consulting, regulatory agencies, armed forces or emergency response. Environmental Management Certificate Certificate Enhance your skills with a certificate in environmental management. This is a master's level certificate and a bachelors degree is needed. Environmental, Safety & Health Management M.S. Prepares students for leadership positions in the environmental industry with courses online and on campus. Equestrian Studies - English Riding/Training Emphasis A.A., B.S. Select an emphasis from areas in English riding/training or equine business management. Equestrian Studies - Western Riding/Training Emphasis A.A., B.S. Select an emphasis from areas in Western riding/training, or equine business management. Equine Business Management B.S. Gain barn management experience with courses in equine marketing and law to pursue a variety of careers in the equine industry. Exercise Science for Health Professions B.S. Exercise science is an interdisciplinary field focused on the study of maintaining and improving the health of patients and clients across the age spectrum. It is designed to prepare undergraduate students for entry into a wide variety of disciplines, particularly health professions graduate programs. Forensic Biology B.S., Minor Prepares students for testing biological material for DNA and other body fluid. Learn hands-on in our top-notch crime lab on campus. Forensic Chemistry B.S., Minor Learn how to work with drugs or unknown materials and trace evidence analysis of paint, glass, fibers, hairs, latent prints or firearms. Gender Studies Minor, Certificate Build your knowledge in gender studies with courses such as human diversity in America and society and sexuality. Gerontology Minor, Certificate Multi-disciplinary study of aging encompassing the biological, psychological, sociological, spiritual and economic aspects of aging. Graphic Design B.A., Minor Develop visual communication skills through digital imaging, typography, interactive media and commercial design. Health Informatics M.S.H.I., Certificate Learn the science and technology behind electronic health records with courses offered online and on campus. Healthcare Management B.S., Minor Develop analytical and problem-solving skills relative to the healthcare management field. History B.A., Minor Gear your history degree toward your personal interests and career goals such as teaching, government, museums, archeology, law or theatre. Information Assurance Certificate Introduces information security, including security policy, the anatomy of abuses (theft, fraud, viruses, worms, DoS), risk analysis, auditing and vulnerability assessment. Information Processing Minor Build foundational skills in information processing by adding this minor to complement your major. Intensive English Language Program (IELP) Certificate Offers international students English as a second language certification at a particular level. Intensive English Language Program Online Certificate For international students pursing a graduate program at Findlay, but do not meet the language requirement. Intercultural Studies Minor Be prepared to work with people from all over the world by adding a minor in intercultural studies to your major. International Studies B.A., Minor Gain the skills necessary to work with diverse populations and pursue careers in areas such as: international business, service organizations based in the U.S., federal service employment, or in non-governmental organizations abroad. Interpersonal Communication Minor Strengthen your communication skills and prepare for any career by adding a minor in interpersonal communication. Intervention Specialist Education/Mild to Moderate Disabilities B.S., Licensure Prepares students to become licensed educators and teach children with mild to moderate disabilities in grades K-12. Japanese B.A., Minor Develop bilingual communication skills to pursue a career in virtually any industry with Japanese as a second language. Journalism/Digital Media B.A. Prepares students to become successful reporters, writers, content developers, storytellers and overall strong communicators. Law & the Liberal Arts (Pre-Law) B.A., Minor Provides preparation for students interested in pursuing law school. Master of Business Administration M.B.A. Online and on campus with concentrations in Certified Management Accountant, Certified Public Accountant and Healthcare Management. Mathematics B.S., Minor Major in math with an applied emphasis in: actuary preparation, computer science, engineering science, operations research or pure mathematics. Medical Laboratory Science B.S. Learn to perform laboratory tests used in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Middle Childhood Education B.S., Licensure Become an educator and teach children in grades 4-9. Select language arts, mathematics, science or social studies as a content area. Middle Childhood Generalist Endorsement For teachers currently holding a Middle Childhood Education license, adding a Middle Childhood Generalist Endorsement allows you to teach in a self-contained fourth, fifth, or sixth-grade classroom. Multi-Age Education Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach multi-age education (grades K-12) in health and physical education, visual arts, Japanese, Spanish or TESOL. Multi-Age Health & Physical Education Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach multi-age education (grades K-12) in health and physical education, visual arts, Japanese, Spanish or TESOL. Multi-Age Japanese Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach multi-age education (grades K-12) in health and physical education, visual arts, Japanese, Spanish or TESOL. Multi-Age Spanish Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach multi-age education (grades K-12) in health and physical education, visual arts, Japanese, Spanish or TESOL. Multi-Age Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Education (Age 3 to Grade 12) Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach multi-age education (grades K-12) in health and physical education, visual arts, Japanese, Spanish or TESOL. Multi-Age Visual Arts (Grades K-12) Licensure Become an educator and earn your licensure to teach multi-age education (grades K-12) in health and physical education, visual arts, Japanese, Spanish or TESOL. Museum Studies Minor Gain skills necessary to work in a museum or at a historical site by adding a minor in museum studies. Musical Arts Minor Love music? You can add a minor in musical arts to almost any major at Findlay. Nuclear Medicine Technology A.A., B.S., Certificate Prepares students to become highly skilled and trained nuclear medicine technologists and provide high-quality patient care in the medical community. Nursing B.S.N. Graduates are eligible to take the licensure exam to become a Registered Nurse (RN). Occupational Health & Safety Management Certificate Boost your skills in occupational health and safety management with a certificate. This is a master's level certificate and a bachelors degree is needed. Occupational Therapy O.T.D., M.O.T. Learn how to help people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations). Pharmacy Pharm.D. Become a pharmacist dedicated to improving patients' lives through practice, service, scholarship and lifelong learning. Philosophy B.A., Minor Use ideas and theories to address real-world issues in areas such as education, business, law, public policy, health care and the environment. Photography Minor Boost your photography skills by adding it as a minor to almost any major at Findlay. Physical Therapy D.P.T. Transform society by optimizing movement and function to improve lives and the well-being of those they serve as a physical therapist. Physician Assistant M.P.A. Gain medical knowledge, technical skills, and experience necessary to become a compassionate health care provider. Political Science B.A., Minor Gain knowledge and skills within American politics, public administration, political theory and comparative politics. Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Technology (PET/CT) A.A., B.S., Certificate Gain the skills necessary to pursue a career as a technologist in advanced radiology associated health fields. Post-Baccalaureate Licensure Professional Development Graduates with any bachelor's degree can pursue a post-baccalaureate licensure program in order to teach. Pre-Kindergarten Special Needs Endorsement University of Findlay's Pre-Kindergarten Special Needs Endorsement is for individuals who are looking to become qualified to teach children with special needs from birth to six years of age. Pre-Medicine (Biology or Chemistry) B.S. Courses within biology and chemistry majors are designed to meet the admission requirements for most medical, dental and chiropractic schools. Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Animal Science) B.S. Gain a strong academic foundation to prepare for veterinary school with practical experience in our outstanding farm complexes. Principal License Licensure For current teachers with a master's degree looking to grow in their career and lead a school to success. Professional Communication M.A. Advance your career in any industry with a master's in professional communication offered fully online. Professional School Treasurer License Licensure Learn the inner workings of your district's finances and support education in your district. Psychology B.S., Minor Learn why people behave the way they do and apply findings to help people describe, predict and change cognitive, emotional and physical behaviors. Public Administration Minor Gain exposure to American politics, public policy and administrative law by adding a minor in public administration. Public Relations B.A. Learn how to manage the reputation and relationships of corporations, PR agencies, nonprofit organizations or the government. Reading Endorsement The reading endorsement gives educators the knowledge base to effectively teach reading to all grade levels. Religious Studies - Biblical Studies Emphasis B.A., Minor Study both the New and Old Testament through analyzing the Prophet's writing and acquiring an understanding of the Wisdom literature. Religious Studies - Christian Studies Emphasis B.A., Minor Students first learn the history of Christianity and interpretation of the Bible and develop their knowledge of the Old and New Testament. Religious Studies - Comparative Religion Emphasis B.A., Minor Learn about different religions in India, Tibet, China, Japan, Africa and the Americas. Religious Studies - Individualized Studies Emphasis B.A., Minor Decide on 24 semester hours in religious studies and/or philosophy. Some English courses and permission of the instructor are required. Rhetoric & Writing M.A. Two-year graduate program designed to help students strengthen writing and communication skills. Second Language Education Minor Foreign language and TESOL majors have the option to add second language education as a minor. Social Work B.A. Become a social worker with strong leadership skills, compassion and the drive to help individuals improve their lives. Sociology Minor Learn a variety of topics, such as urban sociology and criminal behavior, by adding a minor in sociology. Spanish B.A., Minor Develop bilingual communication skills to pursue a career in virtually any industry with Spanish as a second language. Special Education Minor The special education minor prepares students to work with individuals with special needs within any industry. Strength & Conditioning B.S., Minor Provides a solid foundation of knowledge and theory, and practical application of strength and conditioning (or personal training) methods. Substance Use Disorder Minor Gain an understanding of how to help individuals recover from substance use disorders with a minor in substance use disorders. Superintendent License Licensure For current principals and administrators who are looking to grow in their career and lead a school district to success. Sustainability & Concepts Minor Pair almost any major with a minor in sustainability and concepts to learn skills to work toward a sustainable environment. Teacher Leader Endorsement Teacher leaders are essential to the advancement of teaching and learning in Ohio’s schools. This coursework prepares you to have a voice and input on school improvement efforts. Teacher Professional Development Flexible professional development options for teachers and education administrators. No master's degree required. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) B.A. Prepares you to teach English to speakers of other languages or work in cross-cultural settings all over the world. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Endorsement This endorsement is to prepare current license holders in Ohio to teach students who are learning English as a second language. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) & Applied Linguistics M.A. Prepares students for a variety of careers domestically and abroad in linguistics and education. Theatre B.A., Minor Emphasis options offered in performance or theatre design and technology. Undecided/Undeclared We offer career counseling and a first-year academic plan to help you explore majors, identify interests and abilities, investigate career opportunities and choose a major that’s right for you. Wellness & Exercise Promotion B.S. Prepare for a career in corporate, clinical, or community wellness settings or for the pursuit of graduate study. Writing Minor Writing is important in most careers. Add a minor in writing to almost any major to boost your skills.