College of Arts & Sciences
The University of Hartford has developed a national reputation for both the breadth and depth
of its liberal arts offerings. Here you can explore a variety of academic disiplines - from the
arts of humanities to sciences and social sciences.
Barney School of Business
The Barney School of Business, accredited by AACSB, offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
in the following areas:Accounting, Economics and Finance, Entrepreneurial Studies, Insurance and
Finance, Management, and Marketing.
Hartford Art School
The Hartford Art School provides a professional education in the visual arts within the context of a comprehensive university that offers a
liberal arts experience for all of its students. Our graduates are artists and designers who are creative thinkers and have an understanding
of the visual arts in relation to other human endeavors.
College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture
The College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture encompasses the exciting and growing areas of
Architecture, Engineering and Technology. As spectacular as today's technology seems, the age of
technology is just dawning.
College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions
One of the most rewarding feelings in life is to know you are using your skills and talents to help improve someone
else's life. What can compare to the look on a child's face when he or she gets the concept you've been explaining. Or helping someone overcome a difficult problem. And what can rival the satisfaction of participating in the health care for an injured or ill person?
The Hartt School
The Hartt School is a world-class performing arts school within a comprehensive university setting.
Students experience the excitement of performance along with the intellectual opportunities offered
by the other colleges and schools of the university.
Hillyer College, a two-year liberal arts school within the University Of Hartford, provides a supportive environment
designed to give students an opportunity to succeed academically and to grow personally.