Emporia State University (ESU) offers more than 35 undergraduate and roughly two dozen graduate degrees and programs, as well as certification programs, specialist degrees, and doctoral degrees. It has four schools and colleges: the School of Business, School of Library and Information Management, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and The Teachers College. Some 6,500 students are enrolled at the school, which employs more than 250 full-time faculty members. ESU is said to be the first and only university to offer a four-year degree in Engraving Arts. The school offers an additional 35 programs online.