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Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law- The Cecil C. Humphrey’s School of Law, recently named one of “America’s Best Values” by National Jurist magazine, relocated in 2010 to a $48 million, 160,000 square foot, state-of-the art facility in a fully-renovated historic building in downtown Memphis. Support School of Law…

College of Arts and Sciences - The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college with 24 academic units, ROTC, and multiple research centers, including two Centers of Excellence. It awards nearly 500 undergraduate degrees per year and offers a comprehensive liberal arts curriculum to equip its students in pursuing rich personal and professional lives. Support CAS…

College of Communication and Fine Arts - Established in 1977 and offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees, the College of Communication and Fine Arts houses the Art Museum, the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, and the departments of Art, Architecture, Communication, Journalism and Theatre & Dance. Support CCFA…

College of Education, Health and Human Sciences - The founding program of the University of Memphis, the College dates back to 1912, when West Tennessee State Normal School first opened its doors to students. The College is home to 11 nationally recognized teacher education programs. It is also home to the Barbara K. Lipman Early Childhood School and Research Institute and the Campus Elementary School, which are among fewer than 100 cutting-edge university laboratory schools in the U.S. Support COE…

Fogelman College of Business & Economics – The Fogelman College of Business & Economics is one of few business colleges in the nation to have all academic programs fully accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). It boasts the largest number of MBA graduates in Tennessee. Support FCBE…

Herff College of Engineering - The Herff College of Engineering offers both undergraduate and graduate programs and serves the educational and research needs of the industrial community, the metropolitan area, the state and the nation. Support Herff…

University Libraries - The University Libraries include the award-winning McWherter Library and five branch libraries. In addition to serving the University of Memphis, the libraries serve students and faculty at other educational institutions, local and regional corporations, governmental agencies, and citizens of the community. Support the Libraries...

Loewenberg School of Nursing - The Loewenberg School of Nursing offers both the Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing degrees as well as the Executive Master of Science in Nursing Administration. Both graduate and undergraduate students benefit from exceptional learning opportunities at healthcare agencies in the Memphis area, including 10 major hospitals. Support the School of Nursing…

The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music of The University of Memphis is staffed with an outstanding faculty of artists and Pedagogues.  It is the largest music program in the state of Tennessee and one of the largest in the southeastern United States.  Currently we have over 500 majors with forty-five full-time faculty and more than twenty adjunct instructors.  The School of Music is the only institution in the state that offers a doctoral degree in music.  Activities abound in our department with more than 300 concerts, recitals, and other special events each year.  Support the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music....

School of Communication Sciences and Disorders – The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders became part of the University in 1967. U.S. News & World Report ranked the U of M’s audiology program eighth in the nation; the speech pathology program is ranked thirteenth nationwide. The school offers graduate programs leading to Ph.D., M.A. and Au.D. degrees with concentrations in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Support the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders…

School of Public Health – Established in June 2009, the School of Public Health serves a unique mission to educate the next generation of leaders in public health with a focus on urban health and health equity.  Within our urban-serving institution, University students and faculty seek to translate their research into life-changing discoveries and interventions that affect the full scope of society. Support SPH...

Student Affairs - The Division of Student Affairs provides services, programs, and activities that support all schools and colleges by building on the university’s academic base.  The division strives to consider all aspects of a student’s life at the university, always trying to be mindful of the “whole person” and the role the university can play in a student’s development as an individual, working and living responsibly within a community. Support Student Affairs


University College - The University College offers individualized and interdisciplinary degree programs, enabling University of Memphis students to pursue a wide range of studies and shape degree programs that build upon prior experience and knowledge. The College has two undergraduate degrees, the Bachelor of Professional Studies and the Bachelor of Liberal Studies, which offer more than 20 degree concentrations. Support University College…

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U.S. News and World Report, in conjunction with the National Council on Teacher Quality, has ranked the elementary and secondary teacher preparation programs at the University of Memphis among the Honor Roll in its first Teacher Prep Review.

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