With seven schools and colleges all working together, there’s plenty to explore at University of Hartford. You’ll find your own road, but you won’t walk it alone.
At UHart, we help you partner your passion with your dream profession. But beyond just landing a job after graduation, we empower you to rise quickly in your field. Through a multitude of perspectives, you'll gain critical thinking skills and the ability to adapt to change.
Accounting is a professional major that prepares you for entry-level positions in public accounting, management accounting, and financial management.
This program prepares students with a solid basis in a diverse variety of subjects related to biomechanics, biofluids, and bioinstrumentation.
This program will prepare you for careers in various areas, such as structural engineering, transportation, or environmental engineering. You will learn about design, construction, and maintenance of buildings, bridges, highways, and airports.
This hands-on engineering program focuses on the connection between computer hardware and software design, helping students learn how to solve real-world problems. Its curriculum includes five technical specialty electives, which offers students maximum flexibility to tailor their program to their own interests.
This program allows you to open up your career options by studying both computer science and computer engineering. You take exciting classes in programming, coding, design and analysis, computation, and electrical engineering.
This program covers a branch of engineering concerned with generating, distributing, processing, coding, transmitting, receiving, and deciphering electrical and electromagnetic signals.
This program truly embodies the spirit of creativity and innovation as it is one of the broadest areas of study in engineering.
We have two degrees in biology—a bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts. Explore careers in environmental science, science education, and health care fields with our degrees in Biology.
We also have a degree in biochemistry, where you can study the chemistry of the living world and explore physical and chemical sciences.
Radiologic technology is a dynamic, fast-paced profession that combined the use of sophisticated medical imaging technology with compassionate care of the ill and injured.
Respiratory focuses on the care of people with breathing disorders.
Learn the ability to read and understand a wide variety of literary texts and express yourself through creative writing.
Students learn about both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors of the industry. Experiencing both sides of the field allows students not only to explore a variety of problems inherent to the industry through classroom discussions, guest speakers, field trips, and assignments, but also to make an educated decision about their future careers.
This program offers you one of the nation's most comprehensive courses of study. Combining the rigors of conservatory training with a solid foundation in music education, this program prepares you for a career as an elementary and secondary school music educator.
This program offers a combined Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Health Sciences and Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree. The BS in Health Sciences is the undergraduate pathway for ultimate entry into the DPT program at UHart.
The Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EdD) program reflects the latest thinking and research on higher education leadership, organizational dynamics, and institutional change.
Advance your career with a specialized MBA Certificate. If you already have a graduate degree or MBA from an accredited institution, you can apply earn one our nine certificates by completing four graduate courses.
Certificates include: Business Analytics, Finance, Insurance, Healthcare Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Project Management, and Supply Chain Management
This certificate program in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) prepares individuals for a career in an exciting field of diagnostic imaging. The program accepts qualified individuals into a 10-month, 21-credit sequence of courses that provides students with both classroom instruction and clinical experience.
In the College of Arts and Sciences, you develop the critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills you need to pursue a successful career.
Here, you don’t just memorize theories—you collaborate, integrate, and represent your point of view thoughtfully. Classes are small, which means you’ll receive personal attention and support from faculty. You get hands-on experience through internships, research with faculty, and study abroad opportunities. Our interdisciplinary offerings enable you to engage with the world from multiple perspectives.
When you graduate, you will be able to address problems and offer viable solutions, because you will have spent the last four years doing just that.
The Barney School of Business is recognized for its ever-evolving curriculum, tangible learning opportunities, and innovative Career Ready program.
Bloomberg Businessweek and The Princeton Review have ranked Barney as one of the top business schools in the country. Our accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) places Barney among the top five percent of business schools in the world.
You’ll learn how to navigate the business world with confidence, and intern with prestigious organizations like Cigna as you prepare for your career after graduation.
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) prepares you to solve problems, meet design challenges, and create the future.
At CETA, we don’t just talk about being different, we prove it. You’ll have access to our expansive partnership networks, career-ready programming, and small class sizes.
With our training-intensive curriculum and close faculty mentoring, you’ll be well-prepared to launch a successful career or transition into our graduate programs.
Today’s workforce hungers for creative problem solvers—people who can catapult fresh ideas ahead of the competition.
Whether your goal is to be a visual artist, become a museum curator, or pursue a broad-based education that will prepare you for a wide range of careers, the Hartford Art School will cultivate your creativity.
We offer eight undergraduate studio degree programs and a bachelor’s in art history. Our Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts graduate programs are designed for practicing artists seeking a terminal degree while maintaining their professional careers.
The Hartford Art School provides the foundation for you to succeed no matter where your passion leads.
Welcome to The Hartt School, a performing arts conservatory for music, dance, and theatre. At Hartt, we think the best way to learn and perfect your craft is by doing. That’s why we put on more than 400 performances, recitals, lectures, and master classes each year.
Because our faculty are performers, scholars, and creative artists themselves—at theatres and concert halls around the world—they teach from experience, just as you will learn from your experiences at Hartt.
Through diverse coursework and close mentoring relationships with faculty, you can make your passion your profession.
At Hillyer, we see students for who they are: individuals with unique backgrounds, perspectives, and learning styles.
We’re the opposite of a one-size-fits-all approach to college. With our own Study Center, dedicated faculty, and accessible advisors, your Hillyer experience will be unique to you. Hillyer’s small class sizes — no class has more than 18 students — ensure that you will receive personalized attention.
From your first day on campus, you will be a part of Hillyer College and one of our other schools through our Dual Admission Program. At Hillyer, you'll get the advantage of pursuing your major with extra support.
You also have the added advantage of dual admission, which allows you to earn credits toward your major while receiving one-on-one academic support.
We keep adding to the studio and updating our editing software. With all this new equipment and set, it’s a great opportunity for communication and cinema majors who are interested in television production.
This is the first time I’ve worked on a professional set,” says Mealey, who worked with fellow students and Associate Professor of Cinema, Justin Lieberman on an ad for the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s “See Something, Say Something” ad campaign
Knowing that the I-84 project is a real proposed plan for the city of Hartford made the whole design process more exciting, especially visiting the site and visualizing how the area could be enhanced.” Together with fellow architecture student Joseph Gokey ’19, Katelyn took her design skills on the road to help improve Connecticut’s Interstate 84.
Students from the College of Arts and Sciences film and conduct interviews in Lithuania and Greece for three different documentaries.