Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University was established on February 3, 1834 as the Wake Forest Manual Labor Institute. It became Wake Forest College in 1839 and gained university status in 1967. The main campus of the university encompasses more than 300 acres in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Wake Forest University is divided into the following academic units:

  • Wake Forest Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
  • Professional Schools
  • School of Law
  • Wake Forest University School of Medicine
  • Babcock Graduate School of Management
  • Wake Forest Divinity School

Wake Forest University competes in the NCAA Division I. Its sports teams are known as the Demon Deacons and participate in basketball, football, soccer, golf and hockey.

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French Studies
German Studies
Women's Studies
Computer Science
Counselor Education/School Counseling And Guidance Services
Student Counseling And Personnel Services, Other
Elementary Education And Teaching
Secondary Education And Teaching
Engineering, General
Bioengineering And Biomedical Engineering
Language Interpretation And Translation
Chinese Language And Literature
Japanese Language And Literature
Russian Language And Literature
German Language And Literature
Spanish Language And Literature
Classics And Classical Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics, General
Ancient/Classical Greek Language And Literature
Latin Language And Literature
English Language And Literature, General
Liberal Arts And Sciences/Liberal Studies
General Studies
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Biomedical Sciences, General
Molecular Biology
Cell/Cellular And Molecular Biology
Microbiological Sciences And Immunology, Other
Molecular Genetics
Oncology And Cancer Biology
Neurobiology And Anatomy
Mathematics, General
Mathematical Statistics And Probability
Sustainability Studies
Kinesiology And Exercise Science
Religion/Religious Studies
Chemistry, General
Physics, General
Psychology, General
Drama And Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
Documentary Production
Fine/Studio Arts, General
Art History, Criticism And Conservation
Music History, Literature, And Theory
Music Performance, General
History, General
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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