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Dean Charles Crespy
Applied Business Studies Complex 250
More than 4,000 students are enrolled in CBA courses, pursuing careers in entrepreneurship,
accounting, economics, finance and law, management and
business information systems to
marketing and hospitality. CMU’s
College of Business Administration offers the top online MBA program in Michigan according to U.S. News and World Report and has the nation's leading SAP University Alliance Program.
Dean Janet Hethorn
Moore Hall 129
Music, dance, theater,
journalism are just a few of the academic offerings in CMU’s
College of Communication and Fine Arts. The faculty and staff offer high-quality programs in a learning environment that fosters creativity and real-world experience. In addition to training tomorrow’s communicators, CCFA-produced concerts, recitals, film festivals, art exhibits and lectures offer a world-class cultural experience for campus and community alike.
Dean Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson
EHS Building 426
The College of Education and Human Services prepares students for careers that will enhance the lives of others. Graduates go on to successful careers in education, counseling, event planning, dietetics and nutrition, fashion and more.
Dean David Ash
Foust Hall 104
CMU has offered graduate degrees for nearly 50 years. It provides more than
70 degree options at the master’s, specialist and doctoral levels. The
College of Graduate Studies is your advocate for your graduate education. Whether it’s a question about admissions or the awarding of certificates and degrees, our staff is eager to help.
Dean Thomas J. Masterson, Jr.
Health Professions Building 2217
The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow
College of Health Professions offers students a challenging, vibrant and diverse learning community, rich in clinical experiences, internships, research and community outreach. A national leader in a variety of health professions, CMU graduates students with
speech-language pathology and
athletic training degrees.
Dean Pamela Gates
Anspach Hall 106
College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences houses a variety of academic programs. Students prepare for careers ranging from
psychology. CHSBS programs add value to all areas of study by cultivating the understanding and skills necessary for living and working in a complex and changing world.
Dean George Kikano, MD
CMED Building 2405B
College of Medicine is the newest addition to the university’s academic community and only the 137th medical school in the country. The inaugural class of 64 future doctors began their studies in August 2013. The College of Medicine, created to address a growing shortage of doctors, is focused on preparing physicians dedicated to practicing in some of the most medically underserved communities in central and northern Michigan.
Dean Ian Davison
Engineering and Technology Building 200
The CMU College of Science and Engineering offers areas of study that take you from the depths of the Great Lakes and oceans to the farthest corners of the universe.
computer science are just a few of the academic offerings. All programs feature advanced equipment for learning and research whether it’s the Newtonian/Cassegrain reflector telescope in the CMU observatory or a 38-foot research vessel housed at the
CMU Biological Station on Beaver Island.