Academic Programs

The University of Southern Indiana is a broad-based institution offering more than 100 areas of study in fields of business, liberal arts, health professions, science, engineering, and education.

Programs offered by USI’s College of Liberal Arts provide the knowledge and skills you need to think critically, communicate effectively and solve complex problems in the world around you. More than 30 majors and emphases will equip you with essential skills employers seek, and prepare you to flourish in any environment.

The College of Nursing and Health Professions offers challenging academic programs and innovative learning experiences, excellent clinical and internship opportunities and a wide array of activities that allow you to engage with the community.

USI’s Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education helps you explore the latest scientific, mathematical, technical and educational knowledge, while experiencing hands-on training through field work, student teaching, research and community outreach. Our state-of-the-art equipment, instrumentation and advanced manufacturing machinery for science and engineering is current and comprehensive. 

As one of only 5 percent of the world’s business schools with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) accreditation, the Romain College of Business is dedicated to your development, both academically and professionally. The academic environment you’ll find in the Romain College of Business is challenging, yet nurturing, and inspires lifelong learning while preparing you to succeed in an increasingly global business climate that continues to become more diverse and technologically complex.

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The faculty at USI are willing to go above and beyond to ensure that their students succeed.

I think the work that I'm most proud of and I was most passionate about was probably this summer. I went to Lexington, Kentucky, and I was fortunate enough to work with Dr. Delaney. Not only did I gain a lot of experience within the lab, but I also got to know Dr. Delaney really well.

During the summer, I worked in an organizing and planning project for the international office. And basically, we received 10 students from Panama who hadn't been here before. And they were here to learn English. And that was really such a great experience, because it really put me inside of the field that I'm studying.

I think the hands-on experience and really the "getting to know your professor" part is something that a lot of people don't think is possible in college when it definitely is here at USI.

My favorite thing about USI is definitely the community, the staff, the students. All the faculty members are so nice, and they really help you. They are great.

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