The research university offers about 200 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a variety of fields.
Through its International Programs, undergraduate and graduate students may obtain internships abroad to study in FSU’s own study centers, which are located in Florence, London, Panama City, and Valencia (Spain).
FSU has more than 41,000 students. The university has a wide array of graduate colleges, including law, business, and medicine.
The school’s faculty includes Pulitzer prize winners, Nobel Laureates, and Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and science. Its research centers include the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, the School of Computational Science, and the Reading Research Center.
Florida State University’s Honors Program is designed for the most accomplished incoming undergraduates. Students in the program participate in smaller classes with faculty, including individual research programs or assigned research in the area of the sponsoring faculty member.