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Between our majors, minors, options and preprofessional programs, you can study almost anything at ONU.
THE FIVE COLLEGES
Arts & Sciences
The Getty College of Arts & Sciences creatively combines a traditional liberal arts education with cutting-edge professional studies. Working closely with dedicated faculty, students complete the general education requirements, delve deeply into advanced courses, and engage in research, internships, practicum experiences, study abroad and more.
The James F. Dicke College of Business Administration is recognized as one of the top business schools in the nation, the college’s focus is on Creating Tomorrow’s Leaders: Ethical. Entrepreneurial. Engaged.
The T.J Smull College of Engineering offers a premier education that inspires creativity and supports innovation while making a solid commitment to undergraduate education coupled with personalized instruction and outstanding facilities.
Inspired to make a difference, the Rudolph R. Raabe College of Pharmacy blends a distinguished history with a vision for exceptional, personalized education that has resulted in training some of the nation’s most talented pharmacists. The PharmD curriculum integrates a comprehensive foundation in the pharmaceutical sciences and the practice of pharmacy.
Founded in 1885, the Claude E. Pettit College of Law is the second oldest of the nine Ohio law schools and a founding member of the Ohio League of Law Schools. ONU Law alumni have gone on to become judges in 15 states and serve in the United States Senate.