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About Florida State University
Founded in 1851, FSU is the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida. Located in Tallahassee, over 41,000 students now call Florida State University home. With over 350 degree programs (including bachelor's, master's, doctoral, specialist, and professional degrees) and 6 Nobel Laureates on the faculty, there is no shortage of opportunities for growth at FSU.
On Kiplinger's annual list of Best College Values, FSU ranked among the Top 5 schools in the nation. Not only is this university affordable, it's a hot spot for innovation too. In fact, folks find this school rather magnetic. That may be because FSU is home to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory ' the only national lab in Florida ' which holds the most world records for the most powerful magnets on Earth!
Not only that, but FSU has officially been designated as a preeminent research university in the state by the Florida Legislature. With approximately $200 million in research expenditures each year, students and faculty members at FSU work to save lives, improve society and help drive human advancement through their studies. Six FSU researchers were recently named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Other popular areas of study for students here include psychology, criminal justice, and finance.
- Psychology745 Documents
- Mathematics852 Documents
- Political Science487 Documents
- Economics376 Documents
- Biological Science327 Documents
- PSB-2000 - Introduction to Brain and BehaviorPsychology
- MAC-2312 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry IIMathematics
- AMH-2097 - Nationality, Race, and Ethnicity in the United StatesHistory
- CPO-2002 - Introduction to Comparative Government and PoliticsPolitical Science
- MAC-2313 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry IIIMathematics