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UNC-Chapel Hill is a global leader known for its innovative teaching and ground-breaking research. Carolina offers a variety of courses and programs to prepare students to thrive in a rapidly evolving economy.
Carolina offers 74 bachelor’s, 104 master’s, 65 doctorate and seven professional degree programs through the College of Arts & Sciences and its professional schools.
Carolina’s academic departments offer fields of study across many disciplines.
Often using a cross-disciplinary approach, Carolina's varied programs and curricula help students turn their academic interests into enriching experiences.
A whole education means supporting the whole student. Discover the many ways Carolina helps grow success at every level of the higher education journey.
Learn about how the Office of the University Registrar supports Carolina's mission and check key dates such as academic deadlines and exam schedules.
Continuing education at UNC-Chapel Hill includes degree or non-degree part-time study for academic credit (on campus or from a distance), noncredit professional development workshops and certificates, enrichment learning activities, daytime and evening lecture series and much more.
World-renowned library collections, innovative services and expert librarians create an environment for discovery and inspiration at any level and in every discipline. Whether you are a first-year student learning about research and citation or a practiced scholar engaged in specialized inquiry, learn how UNC’s libraries are your trusted partner.
Carolina has a growing selection of online graduate and undergraduate programs for academic credit.
Through Summer School, degree-seeking and visiting students can enroll in more than 500 courses through Maymester and two five-week summer sessions.