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Chart Your Course Today’s world needs more Vikings — brave individuals unafraid to navigate uncharted waters, forge new pathways, and sail into new frontiers. You have Viking potential. You can have an impact at Augustana. Here, you’re never adrift at sea. With more than 100 majors, minors and pre-professional programs, we’ll help you find your passions in and outside the classroom. We’ll inspire you to put your oars in the water through experiential learning. We’ll encourage you to explore the world, understand new cultures, uncover connections, break down barriers and set sail on a course that’s right for you. We’ll help you create the life you’re looking for — not just a career, but a life of meaning and purpose. Welcome to Augustana University and Your Bold Future.

CITY LIFE IN THE NEWS: Sioux Falls Ranked No. 1 Up-and-Coming City for College Grads “With a diversified economy and continual growth in its financial and health care industries, Sioux Falls is a prime place to start a career.” — ZIP RECRUITER

Forbes Ranks Sioux Falls No.1 Best Small Places for Business and Careers “...the city [is] an important location for financial services, health care, and retail trade.” — FORBES

Be Entertained: Sioux Falls features multiple movie theaters and state-of-the-art venues for live entertainment, including the Washington Pavilion and the Orpheum Theater Center, both located downtown, and the 12,000-seat Premier Center, the home to major concerts and sporting events. Go Shopping: From locally owned shops and boutiques, like those found at the historic 8th & Railroad Center, to major retailers such as Scheels All-Sports, which is located near campus, to Target, Macy’s and Barnes & Noble, Sioux Falls has a number of shopping districts throughout the city, including the Empire Mall, with more than 180 stores. Go Outdoors: Explore 80 public parks throughout the city. Falls Park, located near downtown, is the hub of the park system and is connected to many of the city’s other parks via 30 miles of paved bike trails which encircle the city. Or, take rock climbing and hiking to new levels by exploring Palisades State Park, just a 20-minute drive from campus.

A GREAT PLACE TO BE Welcome to the state’s largest city, home to some of the region’s largest health care centers, Fortune 500 businesses and a vibrant entrepreneurial spirit. With a population of more than 187,000 — more than 260,000 with its suburbs — a robust economy, countless outdoor activities, hundreds of restaurants, coffee shops and stores, sought-after internship and clinical opportunities and a vibrant entertainment scene, Sioux Falls is a great place to spend four years.




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SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID At Augustana, we partner with students and families to make the exceptional AU education affordable. Others have taken note of our commitment to investing in our students. Augustana was recently ranked the No. 2 Best Value among Regional Universities in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report. Check out our scholarship calculator at For a comprehensive list of scholarships, visit Take advantage of our net price calculator for a preview of your scholarship and grant opportunities at

AUGUSTANA IS POSSIBLE! Initial Academic Scholarship Awards $10,000 to $20,000, awarded annually Average net price based on direct cost of attendance for domestic first-year students after AU gift aid $20,046. Sticker price: $42,017.

AUGUSTANA’S AVERAGE PRICE for new domestic first year students after gift aid* was:

$16,647 *

Includes all sources.

The best way to discover scholarships for you is to apply. Submit your free application for admission and scholarships at


Physician (following med school) Nurse or Health Care Provider Scientist Physical Therapist Researcher Programmer Engineer __________ (fill in the blank — the possibilities are endless!)



Are you interested in a career in health care? Or, do you have a passion for scientific exploration and discovery?

MAJORS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

If so, Augustana’s majors within the Natural Sciences division can help you discover your passions, prepare for graduate school, and plan for your career. Here, you’ll study under renowned professors, find opportunities to engage in hands-on undergraduate research on campus and in research labs throughout the world and have access to countless internships. You’ll also benefit from the many partnerships Augustana has with regional, national and international labs and agencies, including the National Institutes of Health, which awarded Augustana a multi-million dollar grant to support undergraduate research and faculty scholarship in the biomedical sciences. RESEARCH IN ACTION: Undergraduate research happens every day inside the new Froiland Science Complex, our $35 million science facility complete with state-of-the-art classatories, high tech simulation labs and equipment and glass-enclosed laboratories. See the facility at

Biology Biochemistry (ACS) Chemical Physics Chemistry (ACS) Computer Information Systems Computer Science and Software Engineering Data Science Engineering Physics — Engineering (Dual Degree) Exercise Science Fitness Management Health Education Mathematics Medical Laboratory Science Nursing Physics Physical Education Sport Management STEM Composite


Athletic Training Chiropractic Dentistry Genetic Counseling Medicine Mortuary Science

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Occupational Therapy Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy Physicians Assistant Veterinary Medicine


• Master’s of Science in Athletic Training • Master’s of Science in Genetic Counseling

An accounting and business double major, Augustana alumnus Alex Guggenberger, class of 2017, launched his own company, Jobiki, during his senior year at AU.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Teacher • Entrepreneur • Lawyer • Financial Services Professional • Accountant • Psychologist or Counselor (following grad school) • Public Service Professional • Marketing/Advertising Professional • CEO or CFO • __________ (fill in the blank — the possibilities are endless!)



Do you have a passion for teaching others? Maybe you have a love for history, government, international affairs and civic duty? Are you the kind of person who dreams of running your own business? Good with numbers, trends and analysis? Are you the person friends always turn to when they need a good listener? If you can identify with any of these statements, a major in the Social Sciences may be right for you. Thanks to our location in the state’s largest city, as an Augustana University student majoring in the Social Sciences, you’ll have access to unmatched internship opportunities, student teaching experiences and realworld assignments. TWO DEGREES IN FIVE YEARS: Augustana’s Master’s Degree Program in Professional Accountancy is designed as a four-plus-one degree program to prepare students to enter the accounting industry. The first three years of the program will be spent working at the undergraduate level with the fourth year designed as a transitional year with some graduate-level coursework. Students will spend their fifth year working at the graduate level.

MAJORS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Accounting American Studies Business Administration Communication Disorders: Speech/Language Pathology & Audiology Economics Education: All-Grades Education: Elementary Education: Secondary Special Education Finance History Management Marketing Political Science/Gov’t & International Affairs Psychology Sign Language Interpreting Sociology

PRE-PROFESSIONAL • Law GRADUATE PROGRAMS • Master’s of Education • Master’s of Education in Special Education • Master’s of Professional Accountancy • Master’s of Arts in Sports Administration and Leadership


Professional Artist or Graphic Designer Journalist Public Relations Consultant Pastor (following grad school) Anthropologist/Archaeologist Entrepreneur __________ (fill in the blank — the possibilities are endless!)



Are you an artist — a writer, painter, musician? Do you love communicating with others — either through words or from a stage? Do you enjoy studying the past in order to learn more about the future? Are you interested in learning more about how faith can guide your life? If you can identify with these statements, a major in the Humanities may be right for you. At Augustana University, Humanities majors have access to premier experiential learning opportunities, from writing and designing our student-run newspaper, The Mirror; to performing with our renowned music ensembles, including The Augustana Choir, the Augustana Band and the Augustana Orchestra; curating exhibits in the beautiful Eide/Dalrymple Gallery; designing sets and performing as part of major Augustana Theatre productions and so much more! HAPPENING NOW: Renovations of the Fryxell Humanities Center were completed this fall. Studio 47, Augustana’s new world-class recording studio, produces podcasts and recordings. And the new bachelor of fine arts (B.F.A.) degree, the most prestigious bachelor’s degree you can receive in the visual arts, offers students even greater depth of training in studio art.

MAJORS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Anthropology Art Classics Communication Studies Communication Studies/Business English French German International Studies Journalism Media Studies Modern Foreign Languages Music Music Education Philosophy Religion Religion/Philosophy Spanish Theatre

PRE-PROFESSIONAL • Architecture • Seminary (Theology)



Impacting Audiences

MUSIC: We’re home to the region’s finest wind, choral and string ensembles.

The performing, visual and literary arts at Augustana have a long-standing tradition of creative excellence.

THEATRE: Student actors, musicians, designers and technicians produce four main stage productions per year and are involved in numerous student productions and organizations, including Brand Name Improv and the student-led Augustana Collaborative Theatrical Society (ACTS).

Here, your inner artist can find avenues for expression from a stage, on a canvas, behind a microphone, in chapel, in print and online. Augustana’s Performing and Visual Arts programs foster success and build experience on campus, but also encourage students to broaden their artistic scope through study abroad opportunities. Students can take their talents and curiosity outside the studios, classrooms and practice rooms to new creative spaces all over the country and around the globe. As an artist at Augustana University, you can impact audiences around the world.

VISUAL ARTS: Our Center for Visual Arts houses studios for printmaking, sculpture, painting, ceramics, drawing and graphic design, as well as galleries for professional and student exhibitions and a liturgical art center. OUTREACH: The Augustana community impacts audiences near and far through more than 100 performances, concerts and exhibits each academic year; several camps, festivals and competitions hosted on campus; and through the Sioux Falls arts scene. Generous scholarships are available to performing and visual artists. Visit to learn more.

Senior Manaal Ali at work at the Sanford Research Center in Sioux Falls.

HANDS-ON LEARNING As an Augustana University student, you’ll have the opportunity to work across disciplines to personalize your major. From there, you’ll couple what you’re learning inside the classroom with cutting edge internships, research, study abroad, and service programs. In doing so, you’ll earn invaluable hands-on experience and build connections to help you as you create the path to your career. How does that happen? Our Student Success Center, a central place for career and academic support services — a hub for educational and vocational engagement — plays a major role. Our innovative First Year Experience program, an initiative designed to provide first-year students with orientation events, presentations, lectures and more, helps you maximize your potential as a college student. And our Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is building strategic partnerships with industry leaders, business heads and curators of creativity to create impactful and meaningful learning experiences.

INTERNSHIPS & RESEARCH Following is a snapshot of recent internship, student teaching, clinical and undergraduate research locations of Augustana University students: • 605 Magazine • Avera • Avera McKennan Fitness Center • Avera Orthopedic Institute • Boys and Girls Club • Click Rain • Daktronics • Department of State • Downtown Sioux Falls • Education Finance Council • Fernson Brewing Co. • First Bank and Trust • First Dakota Title • First Premier Bank • Fisheye Marketing • Friendship Ministries • J&L Harley Davidson • Hegg Companies • Lockheed Martin • Make-A-Wish • Midco • Mud Mile Communications • Office of U.S. Senator John Thune • Office of the Governor • Orthopedic Institute • POET • Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp

• REACH Literacy • Saint Paul Neighborhood Network • Sanford Cardiology • Sanford Health • Sanford Power • Sanford Research • Sanford-Center for Health Outcomes and Prevention Research • Sioux Falls Canaries • Sioux Falls Public Defender’s Office • Sioux Falls Sports Authority • South Dakota Public Broadcasting • South Dakota Trust Co • Strawbale Winery • The Price is Right • True Friends Camp • US Bank • Wells Fargo • Sanford Pentagon • 1517 Media • 605 Management • AARP South Dakota • Acucare Physical Therapy • Alliance Franchise of Denver • AO Express Inc • Augustana Athletics

• Augustana Business Office • Augustana Student Success Center • Avera Maternal Fetal Medicine • Avera Prince of Peace • Balloon Squad USA • BizNow Magazine • Brandt, Soloman & Anderson • CK6 Consulting Services Inc • Club Atlestismo Alamillo • CPMfitness • Dakota Entertainment • DI Sports Training • Dow Rummel, Wellness Department • Family Visitation Center • Grand Living • Harrisburg High School • Helpline Center • Home Builder’s Association • HRDC Bozeman • JAM Art and Supplies • Keller Williams • Koko Fit Club • KPMG • Matt Jensen Marketing • Menards • Mendota Heights

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Ness Tax and Bookkeeping Nichols & Rabuck Northwestern Mutual Planned Parenthood Presentation Sisters Push Pedal Pull Quoc Dat Co LTD Real Living Realty Group Redefined Events Regional Health Emergency RSM Sioux Falls Sanford Fieldhouse SEBA Sioux Council, Boy Scouts of America Sioux Falls School District Sonstegard FoodsAccounting Dept Specialty Hospital Sterling Trustees, LLC US Commercial Service Veteran’s Administration Vail Resorts Voice of America Indonesian Service Weisser Distributing Xplosive Edge

Anthony Gasiecki ‘19 studied in Greece during J-term.

Jadah Thaemert ‘19 studied “Dharma: Life, Religion and Music in Contemporary India” during J-term.

STUDY ABROAD The World is Your Classroom The Taj Mahal. The Parthenon. Machu Picchu. The Eiffel Tower. And more! Here, we believe that no matter who you are or what vocation you choose, today’s global community demands its citizens have an international perspective. It’s why we view the whole world as our classroom. Helping students discover other cultures, traditions and customs is central to our mission of providing students with a global understanding. As a student here, you’ll have access to more than 500 study abroad programs which you can pursue during the academic year, by semester, during January Interim, over Spring Break and during the summer. Credit earned in an approved study abroad program is accepted just like credit earned on campus.

EXPLORE THE GLOBE Approximately 50 percent of AU students study abroad during their four years on campus. Students can choose to study abroad during a spring break, January interim, semester, summer or independently. Augustana University faculty members lead courses in the following locations in 2020: • New Zealand • Norway • Ecuador • United Kingdom • Cuba • India • Dominican Republic • Germany • France • Greece • Columbia

YES, DO THE UNEXPECTED Yes, we offer more than 100 majors, minors and pre-professional programs, but if you’re looking for something more — a way to stretch yourself even further — just let us know. This is your journey — we’re here to work with you to chart the course you want to take. After all, we’re Vikings — if there’s exploration and discovery involved, count us in.

Civitas Honors Program


The Civitas Honors Program encourages students to explore the characteristics of citizenship through small, innovative classes that explore contemporary issues as they relate to citizenship on the Augustana campus, in the United States and across the globe.

Augustana’s Interdisciplinary Studies Major offers you the option to design your own program of study, uniquely suited to your educational objectives.

Honors courses are not simply about reading more books or writing extra papers for standard college courses. Instead, the program offers courses with innovative content, creative teaching strategies, generous faculty/ student interaction and interdisciplinary foci that help students translate their education into action. Learn more at

Civitas is led by Dr. Bill Swart, professor of sociology.

You’ll work with your academic advisor and the Registrar’s Office to explore the possibilities that exist for you, based on your interests and passions.

Alumnus Dr. Sam Milanovich ‘02 is a pediatric oncologist and researcher at Sanford Health in Sioux Falls.

GRADUATE SUCCESS Building a Better Tomorrow


Once a Viking, always a Viking.

It’s hard to choose just a few. However, we only have so much room. Meet these recent Augustana University alumni:

Augustana University graduates number nearly 30,000 individuals around the world. They are innovative thinkers, bright entrepreneurs, creative masterminds and compassionate healers — and they are unapologetic about their desire to build a brighter tomorrow. They each possess a refreshing sense of selfassuredness. They’ve identified their God-given gifts, honed their talents and are now working to use those gifts and talents in service to others. They have each weathered storms in their lives and are wiser now because of them. It’s that earned wisdom that helps them understand the challenges ahead, while it’s their drive for innovation and their thirst for discovery that inspires them to try, and try and try again. They have, without question, true grit.

Leah Murfield ‘15 — Education major Teacher, Ayeyarwaddy International School, Mandalay, Myanmar Dr. Jeff Oakland ‘02 — Biology major Optometrist Dakota Vision Center Sioux Falls Blake Thompson ‘10 — Business administration major Co-owner and brewer, Fernson Brewing Company, Sioux Falls See more Augustana graduates and read their stories at

CAMPUS LIFE It’s Great to be a Viking


The 100-acre Augustana campus is the center of Viking life — the stomping ground for more than 2,000 of today’s Vikings from 33 states and 35 countries around the world.

As a residential university, Augustana affirms the value of living and learning together in community. Seventy percent of Augustana students choose to live in campus housing. Living opportunities include six residence halls, six apartment complexes and theme houses.

It’s where cultures mix and mingle and lifelong friendships are forged; where memories are made and where perspectives will change. And with more than 100 clubs and organizations on campus; public lectures and concerts; fun activities like laser tag, bowling and indoor trampoline park adventures organized by Recreational Services; opportunities to serve others through Campus Ministry and other volunteer efforts; and annual events like Semester Shutdown, there’s never a dull moment.

First-year students live in Bergsaker, Solberg, and Tuve Halls.

• Residence Halls » Bergsaker Hall » Solberg Hall » East Hall » Granskou Hall » Stavig Hall » Tuve Hall • Apartments (six throughout campus) • Theme Houses NEW LIVING SPACE ON CAMPUS: Nelsen Apartments opened in 2017. Svendsbye Apartments opened in 2019.


Here, we’re Vikings — that means competition is in our blood. So it goes without saying that athletics is an integral part of the AU experience.

Augustana athletics finished 13th out of nearly 270 schools in the Division II Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup. Augustana finished as the highest ranked Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference team. Key venues are Kirkeby-Over Stadium, our 6,000-seat home to Viking football; the Sioux Falls Arena, home to men’s and women’s basketball; Morstad Field, the stomping ground for women’s soccer; and Karras Park at Ronken Field and Bowden Field, the diamonds for Viking baseball and softball. NATIONAL CHAMPIONS: The Augustana women’s softball team brought home the 2019 Division II Softball National Championship trophy. This marks the second national championship in program history for the Vikings. The team also tied the program record for wins in a single season with 61. The National Fastpitch Coaches Association named the Viking coaches the National Coaching Staff of the Year.

MEN’S SPORTS • • • • • • • •

Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Tennis Track and Field Wrestling

WOMEN’S SPORTS • • • • • • • • •

Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track and Field Volleyball



The best way to determine if a college is right for you is by visiting the campus. We invite you to visit Augustana and learn more about Viking life here. Tour the campus, meet students, visit with professors and more.

Schedule your campus visit online at

Because really, nothing compares to the real thing. The excitement and energy of this place. The beautiful campus. The people. The shared commitment to exploration and discovery. It just has to be experienced firsthand.


Visit us Monday through Friday, or sign up for one of our Visit Events! Call us, too! Anytime at 1.800.727.2844 or 605.274.5516. Learn more about Augustana University at

Maybe you already know the Viking life is great for you. Awesome! Applying is easy. Augustana now offers the option to apply with test scores (ACT or SAT) or without (test-optional). Whichever path you choose, the application is free!

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We’re social, too. Check us out online! @AugustanaSD @AugieAdmission

2001 SOUTH SUMMIT AVENUE • SIOUX FALLS, SD 57197 • 800.727.2844 •

NORTH CAMPUS 1. Old Main 2. East Hall 3. Administration Building (Admission) 4. Ole Statue 5. Mikkelsen Library 6. Chapel of Reconciliation SD Synod Office and Lutherans Outdoors SD 7. Center for Western Studies (Fantle Building) 8. Madsen Social Science Center 9. Outdoor Classroom 10. Froiland Science Complex 11. Campus Green 12. Morrison Commons 13. Edith Mortenson Center (Theatre) 14. Granskou Hall 15. Stavig Hall 16. Tuve Hall 17. Nelson Service Center 18. Archeology Lab 19. Archeology Lab Annex 20. Service Center Annex 21. Moses Statue 22. Center for Visual Arts (Eide•Dalrymple Gallery) 23. Fryxell Humanities Center (Hamre Recital Hall) 24. Huether Tennis Centre 25. Solberg Hall 26. Bergsaker Hall

PERIMETER CAMPUS 30. Costello Hall 31. Norse Inn 32. Nobel House 33. Menlo Annex 34. Terning House 35. Olsen House 36. Valhalla House 37. Lookout House 38. Campus Garden 39. International Programs Office 40. Global Education House 41. Sioux Falls Seminary 42. Nelsen Apartments 43. Svendsbye Apartments 44. Balcer Apartments 71. Wahl H ouse

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SOUTH CAMPUS 50. Our Savior's Lutheran Church (Campus Learning Center) 51. Heritage Park; buildings A,B,C,D 52. Larson Track & Field Complex 53. Morstad Soccer Field 54. Fellows’ Presidential Residence 55. Kirkeby•Over Stadium 56. Bill Hall Baseball•Softball Complex 57. Karras Park•Ronken Baseball Field 58. Bowden Softball Field 59. Baseball & Softball Concession/Restrooms 60. Schoeneman Apartments 61. Elmen Center/Hall Football Complex/Sanford Gymnasium

3pm to midnight M – F 8am to midnight Sat. & Sun. THIS IS A TOBACCO-FREE CAMPUS.


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Augustana Anthropology Club Augustana Biology Club Augustana Business Club Augustana College Education Association (ACEA) Augustana Computer Science Club (ACSC) Augustana Student Organization for Historical Studies Committee of Undergraduate Political Scientists (COUPS) Deaf Awareness Economics Club Le Cercle Français (French Club) Der Deutsch-Klub (German Club) Math Club National Association for Music Education (NAfME) National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Nursing Students’ Association (ANSA) Psychology Club Pre-Med Club Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Society of Physics Students (SPS) El Club Español (Spanish Club) Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS) Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) Augustana Student Association (ASA) Residence Hall Association (RHA) Councils Semester Shutdown

Student-Athlete Advisory ryy Coommittee (SAAC) Union Board of Governo noors (UBG) Viking Days Welcome Week Alpha Kappa Delta (Socciology) Alpha Psi Omega (Theattre) Beta Beta Beta (Biology) gy) y) Delta Phi Alpha (German)) Lambda Pi Eta (Communicationn Studie ddies die ie ) Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics mics icccs) ics Phi Alpha Theta (History) Phi Sigma Tau (Philosophy) Pi Delta Phi (French) Pi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics) Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science) Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish) Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics) Sigma Tau Delta (English) Sigma Theta Tau (Nursing) Theta Alpha Kappa (Religion and Theology) The EDDA (yearbook) The Augustana Mirror (newspaper) Writer’s Guild Augustana College Theatre Society (ACTS) Brand Name Improv Music Performance Opportunities Better Together Augustana College Campus Ministry

Catholic lilicicics iin Action (CIA) Cru (Campuus Crusade for Christ) Fellowshipp of Christian Athletes (FCA) Outreach Ministry Augustanaa Democrats Aug Augi Au ug e Bi Bigg Ideas Iddeas Augie Club, Inclusion annd Diversity Augie GGrreen eeen Augustana Republicanss Be the Match on Camp Be mppus m Birthday Club Colleges Against Can a cer (Relay for Life) Dance Marathon FRIENDSLink Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA) Serving and Learning Together (SALT) Augustana Bike Club (ABC) Augustana Cultural Exchange (ACE) Augustana Outdoor Recreation Program Chess Club International Club Martial Arts Club Men’s Soccer Club Spirit Squad (Vikettes) Ultimate Frisbee Club Volleyball Club Women’s Rugby Club ... JUST TO NAME A FEW


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MAJORS: Accounting American Studies Anthropology Art Biochemistry ACS Biology Areas of Emphasis (optional): - Allied Health - Cell and Molecular Biology - Ecology and Environmental Science Business Administration Chemistry Chemistry ACS Chemical Physics Classics Communication Disorders Communication Studies Communication Studies/Business Computer Information Systems Computer Science & Software Engineering Data Science Economics Education, All-Grades (K-12): Art, French, German, Health Education, Music Education, Physical Education, and Spanish Education, Elementary Education, Secondary (7-12): Biology, Chemistry, Communication, English, Government, History, Mathematics, and Physics Education, Special Education Endorsements: - English as a New Language (ENL) - Kindergarten Education - Middle School Education Engineering Physics English Areas of Emphasis (one required): - Literature - Writing Exercise Science Finance Fitness Management French German History Interdisciplinary Studies International Studies Journalism Management Marketing Mathematics Media Studies Medical Laboratory Science Modern Foreign Languages Music Music Education Areas of Emphasis (one required): - Instrumental - Vocal Nursing Nursing, Accelerated (Bachelor’s Degree required)

Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science/Government and International Affairs Psychology Areas of Emphasis (optional): - Business/Human Resources - Counseling/Clinical - Neuroscience - Research - Social Services Religion Religion/Philosophy Secondary (Grades 7-12) and All-Grades (Grades K-12) Education (See Education Above) Sign Language Interpreting Sociology Spanish Special Education Sport Management STEM Composite Theatre MINORS: Accounting Actuarial Science Aging Studies American Studies Ancient Languages Anthropology Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Children and Youth Classical Philology Classical Studies Coaching Communication Studies Computer Information Systems Computer Science and Software Engineering Data Science Economics English English As A New Language (ENL) Entrepreneurship Fitness Management French Gender Studies German History Journalism Mathematics Media Studies Modern Foreign Languages Music Northern Plains Studies Philosophy Physics Political Philosophy Political Science/Government and International Affairs Psychology

Augustana is committed to providing equal access to and participation in employment opportunities and in programs and services, without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, or disability. Augustana complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and other applicable laws providing for nondiscrimination against all individuals. Augustana will provide reasonable accommodations for known disabilities to the extent required by law. Inquiries or concerns should be directed to: Beth Elam, Title IX Coordinator at 605.274.4124,, or

Reading Religion Sign Language Studies Sociology Spanish Special Education Theatre PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS: Architecture Athletic Training Chiropractic Dentistry Engineering - Dual Degree Genetic Counseling Law Medicine Mortuary Science Occupational Therapy Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy Physicians Assistant Theology Veterinary Medicine GRADUATE PROGRAMS: Athletic Training (M.S.) Education (M.Ed.) Education, Special (M.Ed.) Genetic Counseling (M.S.) Professional Accountancy (M.P.A.) Sports Administration & Leadership (M.A.) FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS At Augustana, we partner with students and families to make an AU education affordable. For a comprehensive list of scholarships, visit Take advantage of our net price calculator for a preview of your scholarship and grant opportunities at Augustana University encourages families to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete your FAFSA at Augustana’s FAFSA code is 003458. VISIT CAMPUS The best way to determine if Augustana is right for you is by visiting campus. You’ll meet professors, visit with students, tour our facilities and more. Schedule an individual visit or join us for one (or more) of our campus visit programs. Schedule your visit at or call 800.727.2844 / 605.274.5516. APPLY TODAY! Augustana accepts applications yearround. Apply today at




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SCHEDULE YOUR CAMPUS VISIT and learn more about Viking Life today! Your helmet and your gear — including the world’s softest University t-shirt — will be provided.



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