We’re designed to lower the barriers of admission and deliver a practical education filled with the promise of success for you and your community. We offer outstanding programs in teacher education, business, technology, performing arts, health sciences — in total, more than 160 areas of study across nearly all disciplines.
Find your area of study. Advanced Studies Certificate in Educational Leadership - Principalship (ASC) Educational Leadership / Special Education Director (EdD) Mathematics Teaching: Elementary & Middle Grades (K-8) (MA) Special Education - Endorsement/Minor—Instructional Strategist.
The most affordable public university education in Iowa. An education at UNI should be available for any curious-minded student wanting to improve themselves and the world around them. So, it is no coincidence that we're one of the most affordable four-year universities in the Midwest.
University of Northern Iowa is a public institution that was founded in 1876. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 7,739 (fall 2022), and the campus size is 916 acres.
You’re in the right place. The application process is easy for all students and takes around 10-15 minutes to complete. You can save your application along the way, too! You’ll be required to create an account (which we call your CatID) to access the UNI Application.
You’ll explore the beautiful UNI campus, residence halls and top-chef-worthy dining (voted best college food in Iowa), meet students and professors in your area of interest as well as admissions counselors and advisors, who will happily answer any question.
Over 160 areas of study are divided between a variety of colleges and departments throughout the university. Your college or department will be your source of truth relating to your area of study. We encourage you to browse the various colleges and departments on campus to learn more about the professors, student life and the overall ...
This University of Northern Iowa catalog is a one-year publication. Catalogs prior to 2016 were two-year publications. The catalog contains general information regarding fees, related policies and procedures, and curriculum requirements. New courses and programs take effect in the Summer semester.
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All Majors, Plan of Study. 2023-24 Academic Catalog. All Majors, Plan of Study. Accounting (CPA Track), B.A. Accounting (Non-CPA Track), B.A. Anthropology, B.A. Art Teaching, B.A. Art: History Emphasis, B.A. Art: Studio B.F.A., B.F.A.