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As one of Pennsylvania's largest comprehensive universities, Bloomsburg University offers 56 majors, 51 minors and 19 graduate programs with access to state-of-the-art equipment and technology, including undergraduate research opportunities that give you a marketable edge for your chosen competitive career field.
Before you apply ...
Please check your major to ensure there is an available spot and you're meeting any program-specific deadlines, as several of our majors are highly competitive. This is especially true for our CCNE-accredited nursing program, which requires applications to be received by Nov. 15 prior to next fall semester. Decisions are not made on a rolling basis for nursing, unlike the vast majority of our undergraduate programs.
Additionally, there are several highly competitive majors for transfer applications. Please apply early for best consideration. Good luck. We look forward to your application! #FutureHusky
A marketable edge through Professional U
It’s more important than ever to be well-versed in the “soft skills” of the working world, such as how to write an effective resume and prepare for a job interview. Equally necessary are internships that will give you an edge over other job applicants. In looking at how to best prepare you for the real world, the answer is clear — reach out to our vast pool of successful and talented graduates.
Did you know?
Once again, Bloomsburg University has earned the Military Friendly School designation from Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The Military Friendly list has been published every year since 2003, identifying schools as top tier institutions with leading opportunities for military service members and spouses.
As a Military Friendly School, BU is ranked in the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country working to embrace military members, veterans and spouses as students ensuring their success on campus.