Your academic and career plans begin here. Choose from a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, and applied professional fields.
Find Your Major.
Academic excellence and student success are top priorities at Towson University. Whatever your career interests, our undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs are designed with your needs in mind.
Small class sizes, inspiring faculty and highly interactive learning experiences are hallmarks of a TU education.
Towson University puts the tools in your hands to support learning and scholarship through its Cook Library online and on-site services, including more than 200 computers, viewing and listening rooms, scanners and printers.
Our undergraduate and graduate programs reflect our responsiveness to constant change in today’s dynamic global marketplace. Non-degree programs and specialized training keep professionals up-to-date with the latest advancements in their fields.
College of Business & Economics
Comprehensive, applied and AACSB-accredited business education is firmly grounded in the liberal arts.
College of Education
The college has 150 years of tradition in preparing classroom teachers and education specialists.
College of Fine Arts & Communication
In this thriving regional visual arts center, you can pursue programs in art, dance, electronic media and film, mass communication, music and theatre arts.
College of Health Professions
Programs in health care, human services and sport-related fields prepare professionals for roles in clinical, teaching and community settings.
College of Liberal Arts
The largest of Towson University’s colleges offers disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, complemented by a robust array of interdisciplinary programs.
Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science & Mathematics
The home of numerous STEM education and outreach initiatives, the college offers programs in the physical, mathematical, computational and life sciences.
Engaged Learning Opportunities
There is no substitute for experience. At Towson University, you’ll have many opportunities to gain real-world experience to complement your learning in the classroom. Each year, more than 5,000 students earn college credit for internships or experiential learning courses. Many others pursue non-credit internships in their fields through our strong network of regional private, public and nonprofit organizations.
Nontraditional Academic Opportunities
Lifelong learning is a necessity to stay current and competitive no matter what your profession. The Towson University Center for Professional Studies offers certification courses approved by industry that are designed to address critical skill gaps in high-growth fields.