College of Education

College of

College of Liberal Arts

College of
Liberal Arts

College of Science and Technology

College of Science
and Technology

Zeigler College of Business

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Ranked among the nation's top northeast universities, Bloomsburg University offers 57 programs leading to bachelor's degrees, 66 minors and 17 graduate programs, including a doctorate in audiology and in nursing practice — each preparing students for personal and professional success through experiential learning opportunities that complement classroom learning.

Not sure about your major?

“What’s your major?” is usually the first question you’ll hear when you step foot on any college campus in the country.

Choosing a major can be a difficult decision. Often, students know they want to go to college but just not sure what they want to do when they get there. No need to worry — you’re certainly not alone! At Bloomsburg University, almost 12 percent of students enter as undeclared majors. The good news is, BU has trained professionals on campus, whose primary responsibility is to help you find the right major!

  • You don’t need to declare a major prior to beginning at BU. You do however, need to choose a major once you’ve completed 45 credits.
  • You’ll be assigned your own personal academic advisor from the Academic Advisement Center. Your advisor is an expert who’s familiar with all of BU's majors, minors, and concentrations. They’ll help you identify your interests, find the right academic program and help you explore your career options.
  • Each semester, the Academic Advisement Center hosts a Majors, Minors and Career Pathway Choices Fair to introduce academic programs to you.
  • You can access the What Can I Do with This Major or the Focus2 Assessment online tools. Both resources connect you to a vast array of relevant academic and career information for each major at BU.


Undergraduate Programs

With 56 bachelor's degree programs, Bloomsburg University is the right fit for more than 9,600 undergraduates. Building on the long tradition of teacher education, today's BU is a comprehensive university where students earn bachelor's degrees in science and technology, business, health care, social sciences, liberal arts ... and, of course, teacher education.

Bloomsburg University also offers preparatory programs for students planning further study in law, medicine and engineering. An honors program for academically talented students, exchange agreements with institutions worldwide and an emphasis on civic engagement add to the atmosphere of learning at BU.