About the courseStudents obtaining a B.A. or B.S. from the College of Arts & Sciences are required to complete the foundational courses required for all degrees from the college.
Intake MonthsJanuary, September
University of South DakotaLearn more about this institution Website
AboutUniversity of South Dakota is the states flagship university. It offers world class academics and out-of-class opportunities. The university’s first academic unit, the College of Arts & Sciences, was established in 1883. Today, it is one of six public institutions governed by the South Dakota Board of Regents. South Dakota is committed to diversity and inclusiveness at every level of its community.
The University of South Dakota offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in fields of Nursing, Business, Health Sciences, Elementary Education, Kinesiology & Sport Science, Biology/Medical Biology, Criminal Justice, Psychology, Accounting and Media & Journalism. The Students can enrich their education with rich and meaningful learning experiences while developing the skills they need for the professional career. USD provides an extensive selection of high quality, nationally recognized and affordable graduate and professional programs in its eight different colleges and schools.
The University of South Dakota is located on an attractive 274 acre campus in Vermillion, a small community nestled along the bluffs above the Missouri River in the southeast corner of South Dakota. Vermillion serves as a safe, welcoming host for the university and recreational and cultural opportunities abound in town, the nearby countryside and in neighboring communities.
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Vermillion Campus - University of South Dakota
414 E. Clark Street, Vermillion, South Dakota, 57069Open in maps See all courses at this campus
The University of South Dakota is based on a 216-acre campus along the bluffs near the Missouri River in the southeast corner of the state. The most prominent academic facility on campus, one of the schools symbols, is Old Main. It was built in 1883, burned down in 1893, and was fully restored in 1997. Along with several classrooms, it houses an Oscar Howe Museum, the University Honors Program. Farber Hall, a 190-seat theater used mainly for speaking engagements, is also in Old Main.