|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses
|University of Nevada, Reno
|120 Clark, Administration Building Reno, Nevada 89557, United States of America
|(+1 775) 784-6865
|(+1 775) 784-4283
|Admission E-mail address
|Contact for application
|Total No. of students
|Accounting Agricultural Economics Agricultural Teacher Education Animal Sciences, General Anthropology Apparel and Textiles, General Art, General Art Teacher Education Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, General Audiology/Audiologist & Speech-Language Pathology Biochemistry Biology/Biological Sciences, General Broadcast Journalism Business/Managerial Economics Business Admin. & Management, General Business Administration/Management Cell/Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences Chemical Engineering Chemistry, General Civil Engineering, General Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician Clinical Psychology Communications Studies/Speech Comm. & Rhetoric Computer and Information Sciences, General Computer Science Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Curriculum and Instruction Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General Educational Leadership & Administration, General Electrical, Electronics and Communications Eng. Elementary Education and Teaching Engineering, Other Engineering Physics English/Language Arts Teacher Education English Language and Literature, General Family & Consumer Sciences/Home Economics Teacher Finance, General Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies, General Foreign Languages and Literatures, General Forestry, General French Language and Literature General Studies Geochemistry Geography Geological Engineering Geology/Earth Science, General Geophysics and Seismology German Language and Literature Health Teacher Education History, General Housing and Human Environments, Other Human Development and Family Studies, General Human Resources Management/Personnel Admin. International Relations and Affairs Journalism Law and Legal Studies, Other Logistics and Materials Management Marketing/Marketing Management, General Mathematics, General Mathematics Teacher Education Mechanical Engineering Medicine (MD) Metallurgical Engineering Mining and Mineral Engineering Music, General Music Performance, General Music Teacher Education Natural Resources/Conservation, General Nursing Administration (MSN, MS, PhD) Nursing-Registered Nurse Training (RN/ASN/BSN/MSN) Organic Chemistry Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies Pharmacology, Human and Animal Philosophy Physical Education Teaching and Coaching Physical Therapy/Therapist Physics, General Political Science and Government, General Pre-Dentistry Studies Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies Pre-Veterinary Studies Psychology, General Public Administration Public Relations & Organizational Commun. Range Science and Management Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Secondary Education and Teaching Social Psychology Social Sciences, Other Social Science Teacher Education Social Studies Teacher Education Social Work Sociology Spanish Language and Literature Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist Teacher Education and Professional Development Technology/Industrial Arts Teacher Education Wildlife and Wildlands Science and Management Zoology/Animal Biology
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL
The University of Nevada, Reno was established as a land-grant institution in 1874. Today the University is a public, comprehensive, multi-purpose institution offering over 70 undergraduate majors, 64 master's degree programs, and 33 doctoral programs through its ten schools and colleges and a four-year medical school.
The University has earned a reputation for superior research projects in a broad range of areas, and offers internships, an honors curriculum, study abroad, and many other special programs. University of Nevada, Reno students benefit from supportive services such as orientation for new students, academic advising, personal counseling, career planning and advising, and on-campus housing.
A full spectrum of support services for international students, scholars, and their families is provided through the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS), including events and activities, assistance with immigration, employment and cultural issues, and help with acclimating to American academic life.
The University sponsors over 100 clubs and organizations; sororities and fraternities; residence hall programming; and annual events such as Homecoming, Mackay Week, and Winter Carnival. Intercollegiate athletics and intramural sports are scheduled for both men and women students. The University of Nevada, Reno campus is located four blocks north of downtown Reno on a hill overlooking the city and holds 87 buildings on its attractive 255-acre campus. The area is known for its beauty and recreational resources. The cities of San Francisco and Sacramento, California, are within a few hours drive of the campus.
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