College of Education & Human Services
College of Graduate Studies
College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
College of Science
Fenn College of Engineering
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Monte Ahuja College of Business Administration
The College of Business Administration offers 10 undergraduate majors, 5 graduate programs, a doctoral program, 2 joint degree programs, and 3 certificate programs. With classes offered during the day, evening, weekdays, and weekends, On Campus and at off-campus locations, it provides a balanced education that comprises of a solid academic theory with hands-on, practical business know-how. Click here for more information about the College of Business Administration.
The Career Services Center has a satellite office in the College of Business Administration. Click here for information about hours and location.
The College of Education and Human Services offers a variety of baccalaureate programs for men and women who desire to serve as teachers, nurses, health educators, sport managers, or exercise/fitness specialists. The college also offers graduate programs for the advancement and enrichment of persons active in education and nursing professions. Click here for more information about the College of Education & Human Services.
The Fenn College of Engineering offers a variety of programs to students who wish to contribute to the world’s progress through engineering and technology. The fields of engineering and technology have been fundamental forces in the advancement of humanity. Depending on the type of engineering major that you choose, you can be involved in many different areas, typically working side by side with professional engineers. Click here for more information about Fenn College of Engineering.
The College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences (CLASS) houses eleven departments, two schools, and a large array of interdisciplinary programs. It offers both graduate and undergraduate degree programs in the fine arts, humanities, and social sciences. Human nature is the unifying focus of these disciplines. The social sciences study how human beings function in groups, how groups and societies interact with each other, and how groups empower or marginalize individuals or subgroups. The humanities explore how humans perceive themselves and the world, how belief systems and values inform the judgments and the choices people make, and how we communicate. The fine arts reveal humans at their most creative—in their ability to shape and transform how we see, hear, and order the world around us. CLASS is the home of about 160 full-time faculty members, who are active and innovative teachers and dedicated performers and/or scholars. Click here for more information about the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences.
The College of Science has six departments: Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences; Chemistry; Health Sciences; Mathematics; Physics; and Psychology. The College has 14 master’s programs, and sixteen undergraduate programs focused on education future researchers in both basic and applied science and health, clinicians in an array of health and social service professions, and teachers in mathematics and science. The College also has a wide variety of academic programs including Ph.D. programs in Regulatory Biology and in Clinical Bioanalytical Chemistry. These two programs are in collaboration with the Lerner Research Institute at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Click here for more information about the College of Science.
The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University is one of the top ten urban affairs schools in the nation. U.S. News & World Report: " America’s Best Graduate Schools” 2005 ranked it number two in the nation for its “city management / urban policy” graduate specialty. The College offers 13 degree programs that equip students with the technical and management skills needed to launch careers in fields such as public management, planning, public safety, historic preservation, environmental studies, economic development and housing. Degree completion programs are available for community college transfer students with A.A., A.A.S., or A.A.B. degrees in human services, health sciences, paralegal studies, police science, emergency management, or fire science. Click here for more information about the College of Urban Affairs.
The Career Services Center has a satellite office in the College of Urban Affairs. Click here for information about hours and location.
Master's degrees are offered in forty academic areas, and provide a comprehensive representation of the arts, sciences, and professions. These are: Arts and Humanities, Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health Professions, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Urban Affairs. The University offers doctoral degrees in Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Engineering, Urban Education, and Urban Studies. In addition, the University offers a variety of graduate certificate programs that range from nine to eighteen credit hours. Students may either complete a graduate certificate program while working simultaneously on a graduate degree or pursue a certificate only. Furthermore, the University offers a variety of programs to accommodate individuals who wish to pursue State of Ohio teaching licensure. Teacher licensure programs are available to graduate degree-seeking students and to those solely interested in qualifying for state licensure. Click here for more information about the College of Graduate Studies.