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SMU Be a world changer


Southern Methodist University is ranked in the top 20% of national universities by U.S. News & World Report. By drawing on the resources of Dallas, a larger-than-life city that’s a magnet of opportunity, SMU offers intellectually rigorous academics to our ambitious and motivated stu- dents. Our small classes are driven by personal attention from caring, experienced faculty mentors who will advance your academic goals


Rankings and Recognition


• SMU is ranked #59 among “Best National Universities” by U.S. News & World Report.


• 94% of May 2018 Cox School of Business graduates were off the job market within three months of graduation at an average starting salary of $67,000 per year.


• $133 million in SMU scholarships and grants were awarded last year.


• The Dallas area is the #1 “Big City for Jobs,” according to Forbes (2018).


is a nationally ranked com- prehensive


research university in the dynamic city of Dallas. SMU’s alumni, faculty, and 11,649+ students in seven degree- granting schools demonstrate an enterprising spirit as they lead change in their professions, their communities, and the world.


and inspire you to dream big. Our vibrant campus is small enough for you to pursue a variety of academic disciplines and large enough to ac- commodate more than 100 majors and 85 minors. The Carnegie Founda- tion for the Advancement of Teach- ing classifi es SMU as a university with “higher research activity.” Here you will be surrounded by scholars from around the globe. You’ll participate in hands-on research, make connections with successful alumni, have access to world leaders, and position yourself for success in a variety of careers.


Schools of thought SMU’s degree-granting schools for undergraduates:


Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences is the heart of the Uni- versity and home to the humanities and social, natural, and mathematical sciences. smu.edu/dedman Cox School of Business equips students with the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to become business leaders. Major publications— including The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, Poets&Quants, and Forbes—rank SMU Cox among the top business schools in the nation and world. smu.edu/cox Lyle School of Engineering, ranked


among the top 5% of schools for highest-paid Computer Science and Civil Engineering graduates by Col- lege Factual 2019, houses the Deason


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Innovation Gym, where students refi ne their engineering skills with real-world design challenges. Three- fourths of Lyle Engineering students receive academic scholarships and complete at least two internships. smu.edu/lyle Meadows School of the Arts is one of the foremost arts education institutions in the United States for study in visual, performing, and communication arts, including interdisciplinary programs such as Creative Computing and Fashion Media. smu.edu/meadows


Simmons School of Education and Human Development goes beyond preparing exemplary professionals in education and human develop- ment. Its Applied Physiology and Sport Management major prepares students for a future in sports, health, and fi tness. smu.edu/simmons


Beyond the classroom Explore initiatives in the arts, research, internships, civic engagement, and study abroad. Dallas is a hub for internships and careers in a variety of industries—20+ companies from 34 countries have their US headquarters or substantial operations in the Dallas region. Apply for an Engaged Learning grant and work with a faculty mentor to solve real-world problems. Expand your academic horizons at SMU- in-Taos, our campus in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New


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