Endless Possibilities

A list of Ball State's colleges and departments

<p>The College of Fine Arts was founded in 1935. It currently houses the David Owsley Museum of Art and its 11,000-piece collection. <strong>Samantha Brammer, DN File</strong></p>

The College of Fine Arts was founded in 1935. It currently houses the David Owsley Museum of Art and its 11,000-piece collection. Samantha Brammer, DN File

Ball State has seven individual colleges, each with their own departments. If you’re looking to change your major or add a minor, you’ll be sure to find something that interests you within the nearly 50 departments, each with their own majors and areas of study to choose from.

R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning

  • Architecture

  • Landscape Architecture

  • Urban Planning

  • Construction Management and Interior Design

Miller College of Business

  • Management

  • Marketing

  • Information Systems and Operations Management

  • Finance and Insurance

  • Accounting

  • Economics

  • Applied Business Studies

College of Communication, Information and Media

  • Communication Studies

  • Journalism

  • Telecommunications

College of Fine Arts

  • Art

  • Music

  • Theatre and Dance

College of Health

  • Counseling Psychology, Social Psychology and Counseling

  • Military Science

  • Nutrition and Health Science

  • Social Work

  • Speech Pathology and Audiology

  • Kinesiology

  • Nursing

College of Sciences and Humanities

  • Anthropology

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

  • Computer Science

  • Criminal Justice and Criminology

  • English

  • Environment, Geology and Natural Resources

  • Geography

  • History

  • Mathematical Sciences

  • Modern Languages and Classics

  • Philosophy and Religious Studies

  • Physics and Astronomy

  • Political Science

  • Psychological Science

  • Sociology

  • Women’s and Gender Studies

Teachers College

  • Early Childhood, Youth and Family Studies

  • Educational Leadership

  • Educational Psychology

  • Educational Studies

  • Elementary Education

  • Special Education

Source: Ball State Undergraduate Catalog

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