Academic programs at Towson University are offered through our colleges and their departments. Once students have determined a program of study, they become a member of the academic college administering the program.
The College of Business and Economics offers a premier, applied and comprehensive undergraduate and graduate business education through the departments and program listed below.
The College of Education has a distinguished history in the preparation of classroom teachers, school leaders and education specialists. Programs are offered through the following departments.
The College of Fine Arts and Communication comprises the departments listed below. The college contributes to the cultural life of the university and community through an active calendar of events that include art exhibits, concerts, plays, dance performances, films, debates and lectures.
The College of Health Professions offers outstanding educational programs in a wide range of health professions and sport-related areas and promotes activities that foster the integration of health, wellness, and education. Programs are available at the bachelor's, master's, graduate certificate, and doctoral levels through the following departments.
The College of Liberal Arts, the largest of the colleges at Towson University, offers undergraduate and graduate programs through the following departments:
The Fisher College of Science and Mathematics provides excellent undergraduate and post-baccalaureate graduate education in the sciences and mathematics. Our undergraduate programs for preparing STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) teachers lead the region, and have a national reputation because of our Towson UTeach program.
The Honors College offers intellectual challenges and an engaged community for qualified applicants who seek an enriched college experience. Currently, the Honors College includes some 700 students from across all academic colleges on campus. Professors from a wide variety of disciplines volunteer to teach in Honors. Honors classes emphasize interdisciplinarity and center on lively seminar-style discussions on the course material. With an enrollment cap of 20 students, these courses allow greater personal attention from faculty. Many first- and second-year Honors courses satisfy Core Curriculum requirements. All accepted first-year students who begin in the fall term receive an Honors College scholarship and, if they live on campus, are housed in the Honors Living Learning Community, located in Douglass House. Douglass provides the setting for Honors events and unique social opportunities that support individual and collective development. Current Towson University students as well as students transferring from other institutions are also encouraged to apply for admission to Honors.