University Center, A3400
Phone: (850) 644-2740
Undergraduate Studies supervises the work of most freshman and sophomore students and serves as their academic dean until they are accepted into their respective colleges in their junior year. It is the mission of the Division of Undergraduate Studies to assure that each undergraduate student at The Florida State University receives a strong educational foundation on which to build a successful academic program of studies.
A variety of departments are a part of Undergraduate Studies including: Advising First, Athletic Academic Advising, Academic Center for Excellence, Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (C.A.R.E.), Honors Programs, Freshman Interest Groups, Office of National Fellowships, Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors and others.
Longmire Building 110
Phone: (850) 644-1081
As the oldest college on Florida State University’s campus, the College of Arts and Sciences serves share, transmit and expand knowledge in those areas represented by the Humanities and Natural Sciences, in an intellectually broadening program of study in the liberal arts. Offering an extensive array of foundation courses for pre-professional and professional programs, the College is comprised of 19 departments and 11 programs and institutes. The College of Arts and Sciences offers students Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees.
Rovetta Business Annex, Room 314
Phone: (850) 644-3090
Founded in 1950, the College of Business is one of the nation’s youngest business schools, yet it has become one of the 10 largest in the nation. The College boasts a distinguished full-time faculty of 99, including one Francis Eppes professor, eight eminent scholars, three university-named professors, and 27 endowed named professors and five fellows.
The College offers eight undergraduate degrees (BS) with ten majors, and the graduate program offers five master’s degree programs (MBA, MSF, MSM, MS in MIS and MAcc) and seven majors at the doctoral level (PhD).
These academic majors are available through the College’s five departments, which include Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing and Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies.
The College also has one independent, industry-specific program, the Dedman School of Hospitality, which offers one undergraduate degree with two majors.
University Center C4100
Phone: (850) 644-9698
The College of Communication & Information, the newest college at FSU, created July 1, 2009, with the merger of the College of Communication and the College of Information. The three schools within the college: the School of Communication, the School of Communication Science & Disorders, and the School of Library & Information Studies, offer nationally-ranked undergraduate and graduate programs.
Undergraduate majors are: Advertising, Communication Science & Disorders, Information Technology, Information, Communication and Technology/ Media Communication Studies, Media Production, Public Relations. Majors in this college are among the fastest growing on campus, with opportunities for internships and service learning to enhance students’ skills and marketability.
Master’s degrees are offered in Speech Language Pathology, Integrated Marketing Communication, Juris Doctor/MS Dual Degree Program, Library & Information Studies, Media & Communication Studies, and School Library Media.
A Ph.D. in Communication, Communication Science & Disorders, and Information Studies is also offered.
205 Hecht House
Phone: (850) 644-4050
The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice has the nation’s oldest graduate program in Criminology and Criminal Justice. It is known for its ground-breaking research, challenging coursework, and inspiring intellectual community.
Criminology and Criminal Justice is housed in the Hecht House which holds Administrative Services, Student Services offices, faculty offices, a graduate room, and computer lab, the Czajkoski Conference Room and Library, and the Hecht House garden.
The College empowers students to explore their interests, express their ideas, and experience the pride of uncovering new knowledge. The College of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D. degree programs.
1114 West Call Street
Stone Building, Suite 1100
Phone: (850) 644-6885
The College of Education provides more than 40 academic programs offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as specialist’s certifications, with many opportunities for online/distance learning. Students work with faculty to improve primary and secondary education throughout Florida and the nation with a foundation of strong academic preparation and extensive classroom experience.
The College offers a state-of-the-art environment in the newly renovated and expanded Mode L. Stone Building. The building has received industry recognition for excellence in architecture and houses classrooms and lab areas that are outfitted with the latest technology and multimedia devices to enhance teaching and learning.
2525 Pottsdamer Street, B111
Tallahassee, FL 32310
Phone: (850) 410-6161
The College of Engineering, a joint venture of The Florida State University and Florida A&M University, provides engineering instruction for students from both universities. Florida State students take their basic science and liberal studies courses at the main campus and upon successful completion of a pre-engineering program are admitted to an engineering major at the College.
Degrees in Biomedical (graduate only), Chemical, Civil, Computer (undergraduate only), Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering are granted by FSU. The Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET accredits all undergraduate programs.
The College is located adjacent to Innovation Park, a Research & Development campus that houses several of the College’s advanced research facilities. The College has been widely hailed for taking the initiative to create programs to align academic curriculum with industry needs.
242 Sandels Building
Phone: (850) 644-5054
The Florida State University’s College of Human Sciences (CHS) is a multidisciplinary academic unit that addresses the health and development of individuals, families and communities. With over 3,200 students, CHS is one of the largest colleges of its kind in the nation and is the only comprehensive human sciences unit in the state.
The College offers undergraduate majors and masters and doctoral programs within three academic departments: Family and Child Sciences; Nutrition, Food and Exercise Sciences; and Retail Merchandising and Product Development.
Students graduate with an integrative approach in addressing societal concerns, critical thinking skills regarding issues affecting individuals and families, and fundamental competencies necessary to carry out professional roles.
(The Film School)
University Center, 3100 A
Phone: (850) 644-7728
The College of Motion Picture Arts (The Film School) offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Masters of Fine Arts to students who are admitted to the program. It is one of the top film schools in the nation and was recently recognized by the Directors Guild of America for its distinguished contribution to American Culture.
The Film School offers more specialized programs for students who are interested in key areas of film. These programs include: Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts in Production, BFA in Animation and Digital Arts, Master of Fine Arts in Writing, MFA in Film Studies, as well as a minor in Film Studies. From sound stages to industry standard mix theaters, The Film School makes the best in production technology available to students 24 hours a day.
Housewright Music Building, Room 204
Phone: (850) 644-3424
Nationally distinguished as one of the most comprehensive schools of its kind among public institutions, The Florida State University College of Music has offered a high level of professional education in music for more than 80 years.
Students can receive a variety of degrees from the College of Music, ranging from Bachelors to Doctoral Degrees. Among the majors offered are Music Composition, Music Education, Music Theory, Music Therapy, Music Performance, and Music with tracks in Sacred Music, Jazz, and Commercial Music.
The College of Music serves as headquarters to a variety of campus orchestras, bands, choral ensembles, jazz bands, and early music and baroque ensembles. In addition there are nine world music ensembles and numerous chamber groups, as well as the Florida State Opera and the Music Theater Program.
Each year the College of Music offers some 500 concerts and productions and regularly hosts national conventions, workshops, and festivals, such as the biennial Festival of New Music.
Duxbury Hall, Room 103
Phone: (850) 644-3296
A Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Florida State University’s College of Nursing is a key that will open many doors for professional nurses. Since 1950, the program’s 6,000 alumni have set high standards of nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership and professionalism throughout the State of Florida, the nation, and the world. The nursing program is a demanding and challenging course of study.
Bellamy Building, Room 160
Phone: (850) 644-5470
The College of Social Sciences houses the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy, Departments of Economics, Geography, Political Science, Sociology, and Urban & Regional Planning. The College of Social Sciences is a vibrant place with six academic departments and 17 Interdisciplinary Programs.
The College serves as a host to a number of Institutes and organizations which address a wide range of economic, political, and social issues that society must face today.
The curriculum offers students traditional disciplines and a wide variety of interdisciplinary opportunities in the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Program, International Affairs Program, Asian Studies, Russian/East European Studies, African-American Studies, Applied Economics, Economics, Environmental Studies, Geography, Political Science, and Sociology.
University Center, Room C2501
Phone: (850) 644-4751
The College of Social Work at The Florida State University is one of the leading and oldest accredited (CSWE) programs in the state. It is the nation’s premier institutions in social work education. There are 300 bachelors, 450 masters, and 35 doctoral students enrolled. In addition to administering a rigorous curriculum, CSW prepares students for life after college through an extensive field education program, which provides on-the-job training and experience at countless locations across the globe.
Fine Arts Building, Room 236
Phone: (850) 644-5244
The College of Visual Arts & Dance is a close-knit community of faculty, students, and professionals that functions as an arts conservatory within a major university. It is home to a unique combination of visual and performing arts studios, classrooms, performance spaces, and museums.
Our distinguished faculty teaches in six academic departments and our experienced museum staffs manage two art museums. The College offers degree programs in Art, Art History, Art Education, Dance, Interior Design, and Theatre and is the preeminent arts institution in Florida.