The University of Mississippi

Academics at Ole Miss International

The state’s flagship university, otherwise known as Ole Miss, combines academic leadership with unique research opportunities. In 2017-2018, Ole Miss was awarded $134 million in sponsored research. In addition, the university was named in the Top 100 Best Business Programs (U.S. News & World Report, 2018). From a liberal arts college with almost 40 degree programs to an accountancy school that consistently ranks among the nation’s top 10, the University of Mississippi offers academic degrees to suit any student.


Top 100 Public Schools

U.S. News & World Report, 2019

/ Courses


  • Mathematics-MA
  • Mathematics-MS
  • Biological Science
  • Chemistry

Sports, Fitness and Nutrition

  • Exercise Science
  • Food and Nutrition Services
  • Sport and Recreation Administration

Engineering and IT

  • Engineering Science: Computer Science
  • Engineering Science: Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Electromagnetics
  • Engineering Science: Environmental Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Materials Science and Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Mechanical Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Telecommunications
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Aeroacoustics
  • Engineering Science: Civil Engineering
  • Engineering Science: Computational Hydroscience

Law, International Relations and Politics

  • Criminal Justice
  • Political Science

Liberal Arts

  • History
  • Integrated Marketing Communication
  • Journalism
  • Modern Languages
  • Philosophy
  • Southern Studies

Music, Theater and the Arts

  • Music

Nursing, Health, Care and Sociology

  • Health Promotion
  • Social Work

Business, Finance and Economics

  • Accountancy
  • Accountancy and Data Analytics
  • Business Administration
  • Taxation
  • Taxation and Data Analytics


  • Higher Education/Student Personnel

Life at Ole Miss International

Named one of the Top 50 Best College Campuses in America (, 2018), Ole Miss has 300 student organizations. Ready to stay active? Attend a yoga class in Group Fitness Studio 305 or run a lap on the jogging track at the Turner Center. Ole Miss loves football, but the Historic Houses complex and the Ford Center for Performing Arts lend their artistic influence on the school’s campus. The Ole Miss community gives students the opportunity to get involved in causes they care about or spend time engaging in activities they love.

About Oxford, Mississippi

No. 1 Most Beautiful College Campuses

Reader’s Choice, USA Today, 2016

/ Explore Oxford, Mississippi

Named among the “20 Best Small Towns in America” by Smithsonian magazine.
Nearly 50 buildings throughout Oxford are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Home to literary geniuses and inspiring artists, including authors John Grisham, Willie Morris and William Faulkner.
Weather ranges from 12 degrees Celsius in the winter months, to 32 degrees Celsius in the summer.
Looking for a weekend getaway? Jackson, Gulfport, Southaven and Hattiesburg are just a few hours drive away.

" At most other campuses, you’re just a number, whereas here I don’t feel that way, especially in my department. In a big way, your department becomes your university experience. "

- Jongile, Hospitality Management, South Africa

Careers at Ole Miss International

Ole Miss dedicates itself to helping students find their success. Ninety-three percent of students are employed two years after graduation (, 2019). A famously literary community and a haven for academics, Oxford’s environment is thriving for new businesses. Adweek even named the town as one of the six areas taking down Silicon Valley. Ole Miss alumni make their mark in international publications, teach with the Peace Corps and become leaders in technology and fashion.

No. 10 Fastest-growing public doctoral institution

The Almanac of Higher Education, 2017-18


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