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School Name and Address

Contact for more information

Washington State University
14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686
Main telephone 360.546.9788
Website https://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/ (external link)
Virtual campus tour https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/visit-campus (external link)
Request more information https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/request-information (external link)
Other sites Pullman Campus
370 Lighty Student Services Building
Pullman, WA 99164-1067
https://wsu.edu/ (external link)

Spokane Campus
412 East Spokane Falls Boulevard
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495
https://spokane.wsu.edu/ (external link)

Tri-Cities Campus
2710 Crimson Way
Richland, WA 99354-1671
https://tricities.wsu.edu/ (external link)

WSU-Global Campus (Online Programs)
WSU Campus
PO Box 645220
Pullman, WA 99164-5220
https://global.wsu.edu/ (external link)

General Information (external link)

General information

Public or private Public
Type of school University
Date founded 1989
Degrees offered Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate
School accreditation Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Specialized accreditation Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), Washington State Board of Nursing (WSBN), American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), University Continuing Education Association (UCEA), National Association of Schools of Public Affairs (NASPAA).
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act eligible training provider Some programs; see program descriptions
School mascot Cougar

School setting

Setting Suburban (within commuting distance of a large city)
Closest major metropolitan area Portland, OR
Population of city the school is in 162,400
Distance from campus to city center Five miles
Public transportation to campus C-TRAN's #19 Salmon Creek bus route offers service to WSU Vancouver during the week (service stops at the 99th Street Transit Center and the Salmon Creek Park and Ride). Visit the C-TRAN website for more information.
Student parking on campus Parking fees vary depending on permit purchased. Visit https://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/parking-services (external link) for specific options and prices.
Campus size 351 acres
County Clark

School visits

Visitor information website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/visit-us (external link)
School visit availability Campus tours available Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., Wednesday at 4:00 p.m., and Fridays at 1:00 p.m.
Contact to set up school visit https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/visit-campus (external link)

Additional information

https://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/about-wsu-vancouver (external link)

Student Body


Number of full time, freshmen men 155
Number of full time, freshmen women 194
Total number of full time freshmen 349
Number of part time, freshmen men 13
Number of part time, freshmen women 13
Total number of part time freshmen 26
Total number of freshmen men 168
Total number of freshmen women 207
Total number of freshmen 375
Number of full time, undergraduate men 1,174
Number of full time, undergraduate women 1,343
Total number of full time undergraduates 2,517
Number of part time, undergraduate men 321
Number of part time, undergraduate women 343
Total number of part time undergraduates 664
Total number of undergraduate males 1,495
Total number of undergraduate females 1,686
Total number of undergraduate students 3,181
Total enrollment 3,181

Racial-ethnic background of undergraduate students

American Indian/Alaskan Native Less than 1%
Asian 6%
Black 1%
Hispanic 12%
Multiracial 6%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Less than 1%
White 65%
Race/ethnicity unknown 4%
These figures reflect responses of people who chose to indicate their racial-ethnic background. All categories except Hispanic represent non-Hispanic students. International students are not included in these figures so they may not add up to 100 percent.

Out-of-state students

Percentage of students from out of state 5%
Number of states and territories represented 23

International students

Percentage of students from outside the US Less than 1%
Number of countries represented 15

Age of students

Percentage of students 25 or older 32%
64% of undergraduates are 25 years of age or older.

Costs (external link)

Annual costs for full-time undergraduate students
(Costs are for the 2019-2020 academic year. Full-time costs are based on 30-semester credits per year.)

In-state tuition $10,512
Out-of-state tuition $24,531
Fees $40
Books and supplies $960
Room and board (live on campus)* No on-campus housing available at this time
Board and transportation (live with parents) Board - $5,699; Transportation - $1,434
* Room and board costs may vary by housing facility and number of meals in meal plan
Cost information website https://budget.wsu.edu/tuition-and-fee-rates/ (external link)
S & A fees are included in tuition amount. Technology fee is $20 each semester.

Tuition rates vary by

Class load (number of credits taken)
Degree level (e.g., certificate, associate, bachelor's)

Tuition refund policy

https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/registrars-office/cancellation-enrollment-refund-policy (external link)

Tuition waivers available to

School employees and their children
Senior citizens
Tuition waiver application website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/registrars-office/forms-resources-students (external link)
Washington State employees and some on-campus internship opportunities

Financial Aid (external link)

Contact for counseling or more information

Student Financial Services
Financial aid office website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/financial-aid (external link)
Scholarship list website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/financial-aid-and-scholarships/scholarships (external link)

Applying for financial aid

Submit these forms FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Other requirements https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/financial-aid-and-scholarships/aid-eligibility (external link)
Application deadline (for fall term) February 15 ( priority deadline)
Letters about aid sent to applicants Late March through early April

Financial aid programs at this school

Federal PLUS loans (for parents)
Federal Stafford loans (subsidized)
Federal Stafford loans (unsubsidized)
Institution loans (from the school)
Need-based scholarships and grants
Federal Pell Grants
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
School-sponsored scholarships and grants
State-sponsored scholarships and grants
Merit-based scholarships and grants
Freshman: Vancouver Academic Achievement Award and Vancouver Non-Resident Achievement Award
Transfer: Transfer Achievement Award
University Scholarships: University Wide Scholarship and WSU Vancouver Scholarship

See https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/financial-aid-and-scholarships/scholarships (external link)
Student employment
Work study
Veteran's benefits
Veteran's benefits, such as the GI Bill, are honored
See https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/financial-aid-and-scholarships/wsu-awards#academic-achievement (external link) for Vancouver Academic Achievement Award information.

Admissions (external link)

Contact for more information

Kim Hiatt
Associate Director of Admissions
Admissions office website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions (external link)
Electronic application website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/apply (external link)

Entrance difficulty

For incoming students Moderately difficult (about 85% of all applicants accepted)

Last year's applicants

Number of male applicants 469
Number of male applicants accepted 304
Number of male applicants who enrolled 168
Number of female applicants 756
Number of female applicants accepted 477
Number of female applicants who enrolled 207
Total number of applicants 1,225
Total number of applicants accepted 781
Total number of applicants who enrolled 375

Education required for admission

High school education High school diploma required and GED accepted.
Required high school courses English: four years, including at least three years of composition and literature
Mathematics: on years each of algebra I, geometry, advanced algebra; an additional (senior) year is recommended
Science: two years, including one year of lab science (biology, chemistry, or physics)
Foreign language: two years of a single language other than English, including Native American language or American Sign Language
Social Science: three years, including at least one year of history
Arts: one year fine, visual, or performing arts or an additional year of the courses listed above
Postsecondary education Requirements vary by program. Applicants to the nursing program must have a diploma or associate degree in nursing and RN.

Application dates

Admission is available Fall, spring, summer
Fall* application deadline Continuous
Notification date for fall admission applicants Continuous
Fall transfer application deadline Continuous
Notification date for fall transfer applicants Continuous
* Application dates for winter, spring, or summer term admission are likely to be different.
Some departments have specific application deadlines for their programs. Contact the Admissions office for more information.

Application requirements

Online application available https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/apply (external link)
Application fee $50
Application fee waived Applicants with financial need can request an application fee waiver that includes the contact information for a professional contact who can verify their situation (i.e. school counselor, social worker).
Submit these items:
Application Required for all students
High school GPA 2.0, required for all students
High school transcript or GED certificate Required for all students
Written essay or personal statement Recommended, but not required
Other application materials Essay required for entering freshmen
Official transcripts
Applicants with a GPA below 2.50 will have their academic record reviewed more comprehensively to determine admission eligibility. Certain departments may require a higher GPA and have additional prerequisites and/or credit requirements.


Required exams SAT or ACT

Factors considered by schools when evaluating applicants

High school GPA Very important
Difficulty of high school courses Important
Standardized test scores Very important
High school class rank Not considered
Recommendations Considered
Application essay Not considered
Character/personal qualities Not considered
Interview Not considered
Talent or ability Considered
Extracurricular activities Considered
Level of applicant's interest Not considered
Religious affiliation/commitment Not considered
Work experience Considered
Related to a school graduate Not considered
First generation college student Not considered
Racial/ethnic group Not considered

Transfer student admissions

Admission requirements To be admitted, transfer students must have 27-semester or 40-quarter hours of transferable coursework and a minimum 2.50 transfer GPA. Transfer students with a transfer GPA between 2.00 and 2.49 are considered on a space-available basis.
Age limit on courses to be transferred No limit

Credits accepted for transfer students

American Council on Education (ACE) recommendations
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) general
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) subject
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)
Military service

Other admission routes

Requirements vary by program

Test scores of freshmen who enrolled at the school

SAT evidence-based reading and writing
Under 400 1%
400 - 499 20%
500 - 599 43%
600 - 699 31%
700 - 800 5%
Average SAT evidence-based reading and writing score Data not available at time of publishing
SAT math
Under 400 2%
400 - 499 21%
500 - 599 52%
600 - 699 22%
700 - 800 2%
Average SAT math score Data not available at time of publishing
ACT score
12 - 17 17%
18 - 23 44%
24 - 29 31%
30 - 36 9%
Average ACT score Data not available at time of publishing

High school performance of students who enrolled at this school

Average GPA (on 4.0 scale) 3.41

Undergraduate retention and graduation

Percentage of freshmen who returned for their sophomore year 74%
Percentage of full-time students who complete their bachelor's degree:
In four years or less 35%
Between four and five years 15%
Between five and six years 2%

Academics (external link)

Degrees offered

Certificate or diploma

School catalog

School catalog website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/registrars-office/course-catalog (external link)
Academic index website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/admissions/degrees-majors-and-programs (external link)

Faculty and instruction

Academic calendar Semesters
Student faculty ratio 14 to 1

Graduation requirements

Required number of credits for a bachelor's degree 120 credits
All students must meet:
Core curriculum or school-wide requirements
Internship requirement Depends on major
Math or science requirement
Senior project requirement Depends on major
Review the catalog at http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/catalog (external link) to learn more about the University Common Requirements or specific department requirements.

Attendance options

On-line/distance learning
Part time
Summer school

Optional academic programs

Accelerated degree
Double major
Graduate courses open to undergraduates
Honors program
Student-designed major

Off-campus study

Domestic exchange available
Study abroad available
In these countries Over 70 countries
https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/student-resource-center/study-abroad (external link)

Military officer training (ROTC)

Air Force ROTC
Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC, through a partnership with the University of Portland

Alternative credit opportunities

Advanced Placement
Challenge Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Cooperative education
External degree program (earn credits through options that require little or no classroom attendance)
Independent study
International Baccalaureate


Computers on campus for student use
Computer lab available to students
Computer network can be accessed from off campus
Online registration for classes
Three general use computer labs are available on campus for student use. Laptop computers are available on campus for students to check-out.


Main library name WSU Vancouver Library

Other special programs

The University offers online certificate programs through the WSU Global Campus for non-matriculated individuals. See https://global.wsu.edu/ (external link) for more information.

Sports (external link)

Intercollegiate and intramural sports available

Intercollegiate Intramural
Sport Men Women Men Women
Basketball Yes Yes
Bowling Yes Yes
Climbing Yes Yes
Disc golf Yes Yes
Dodgeball Yes Yes
Flag football Yes Yes
Indoor soccer Yes Yes
Kayaking Yes Yes
Mountain biking Yes Yes
Mountaineering Yes Yes
Outdoor adventure Yes Yes
Rock climbing Yes Yes
Skiing (downhill) Yes Yes
Snow boarding Yes Yes
Snowshoeing Yes Yes
Soccer Yes Yes
Table tennis Yes Yes
Ultimate Frisbee Yes Yes
Volleyball Yes Yes
$ indicates scholarships offered. For intercollegiate sports, the division is given when that information is available. “Yes” is used if a sport is offered, but the school has not specified the division. “Club” indicates intercollegiate competition is at the club level. For intramural sports, “Yes” indicates a sport is available.

Athletic association membership

Sports website URL https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/student-involvement/recreation-program (external link)

Student Life (external link)

Student activities

Choral groups
Drama or theater groups
Radio station
Student government
Visit the Office of Student Involvement website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/osi (external link) for more information.

Clubs and associations

Number of student clubs and associations with open membership 56
Student clubs and associations website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/student-involvement/registered-student-organizations-rsos (external link)

Student Services

Academic services for all students

Academic advising
English as a Second Language (ESL) program
Reading and study skills courses
Supplemental Instruction is a free academic support program available on WSU Vancouver campus. The purpose of the SI Program is to help students better understand concepts or applications of course content while improving their grades. Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction are done through the Student Resource Center (SRC). Visit: https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/src (external link) for more information. Students may also receive tutoring in math based classes through our Quantitative Skills Center on campus; see https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/quantitative-skills-center-qsc (external link) for more information.
The Writing Center provides consultation on papers; see https://cas.vancouver.wsu.edu/writing-center (external link) for more information.

Health and legal services available on campus for all students

Psychological counseling

Other services for all students

Placement testing
https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/orientation/roar-orientation (external link)

Services for students with disabilities

Sally Dost
Acess Center Coordinator
Disabilities services website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/access-center (external link)
Number of students with a disability served in a recent year 34
Barrier-free campus
Designated parking
Interpreters for the deaf
Registration assistance
Services for students with learning disabilities

Services for women and families

Child daycare available on campus The Child Development Program (CDP) is an inclusive, multi-age, full-day (7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.) early childhood education and child care program for children ages two and one half to five years. The CDP is in operation for approximately 11 months per year, five days per week, and follows the WSU Vancouver academic calendar. The program is open to all families (both within and outside WSU-Vancouver) who meet the age-based enrollment criteria. Children enter the program in August and are placed on a waiting list for space availability. The program is licensed by the Washington State Department of Early Learning (DEL).
Daycare cost Tuition for preschool varies by schedule option.

Full-day preschool, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. instructional time; $950/month

Additional services available for these groups

International students

Campus security

24-hour emergency phone and alarms on campus
Campus patrolled by trained security personnel

Career Services

Contact for more information

Career Services
Career services website https://studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/career-services (external link)

Career services offered

Alumni networking and mentoring
Career counseling
Career interest testing
Career library
Job bank
Job fairs
Job interview preparation
Job interviews
On campus recruitment by employers
Résumé preparation assistance
Résumé referral to employers

Graduate Study (external link)

Contact for more information

Office of Admissions
Graduate school website https://admin.vancouver.wsu.edu/research/graduate-programs (external link)

Costs for full-time graduate students
(Costs are for the 2019-2020 academic year. Full-time costs are based on 20 to 36 semester credits per year.)

In-state tuition* $12,052
Out-of-state tuition* $25,760
Fees $40
Books and supplies $1,134
* Tuition may vary by program
Other annual estimated expenses are $1,434 for transportation and $2,108 for miscellaneous.

Graduate admissions

Admission requirements A minimum 3.00 GPA is required for admission and graduation. Additional requirements vary by program.
Application deadline Varies by program
Application fee $50
Contact the Office of Admissions or see https://gradschool.wsu.edu/apply/ (external link) for more information about graduate programs.

Educational programs (external link)

List programs by [ title | cluster ]

  • Accounting
    • Business Administration--Accounting [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Actuarial Science
    • Data Analytics--Actuarial Track [Bachelor of Science]
  • Advanced Nursing
    • Doctor of Nursing Practice [Doctorate]
    • Master of Nursing in Population Health [Master's]
    • Nursing [Master's, Doctorate]
    • Nursing Education [Other Advanced Degree]
    • Nursing Leadership [Other Advanced Degree]
    • Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice [Doctorate]
  • Advertising
    • Strategic Communication [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Anthropology
    • Anthropology [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Applied Mathematics
    • Mathematics [Bachelor of Science]
  • Biological Sciences, General
    • Biology [Bachelor of Science]
    • Biology--Pre-Health Professions [Bachelor of Science]
    • Biology--Teaching Emphasis [Bachelor of Science, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Molecular Biosciences [Certificate]
  • Biometrics and Biostatistics
    • Quantitative Biology [Certificate]
  • Business Management and Administration
    • Business Administration [Master's, Bachelor of Arts]
    • Business Administration--Entrepreneurship [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Business Administration--Management [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Computer Science
    • Computer Science [Bachelor of Science, Master of Science]
  • Distance Learning
    • Add-On Endorsement--Special Education [Teaching Endorsement]
  • Early Childhood Education and Teaching
    • Early Childhood Education [Certificate]
  • Education Administration
    • Educational Leadership [Master's, Doctorate]
    • Field-Based Superintendent Certification [Other Advanced Degree]
    • Master of Education Program (for Administrators) [Master's]
    • Principal Certification [Other Advanced Degree]
    • Program Administrator's Certification [Other Advanced Degree]
  • Education, General
    • Residency Teaching Certification [Certificate]
  • Electrical, Electronics, and Communications Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering [Bachelor of Science, Master of Science]
  • Elementary Education and Teaching
    • Elementary Education (K-8) [Certificate, Bachelor's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Elementary Education--English Language Learning [Bachelor's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • English Language Learners Endorsement [Master's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Master in Teaching Program with Elementary Certification [Certificate, Master's]
    • Residency Teaching Certification [Certificate]
  • English Composition and Writing
    • Professional Writing [Certificate]
  • English Language and Literature
    • English--Teaching Option (without certificate) [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
    • Business Administration--Entrepreneurship [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Environmental Biology
    • Biology & Plant Biology [Master's, Doctorate]
  • Environmental Science
    • Earth and Environmental Science [Bachelor of Science]
    • Environmental Science [Master of Science]
  • Finance
    • Business Administration--Finance [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Game and Interactive Media Design
    • Game Studies & Design [Certificate]
  • Gerontology
    • Gerontology [Certificate]
  • History
    • History [Master of Arts]
  • Hospitality Management
    • Hospitality Business Management [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Human Services
    • Human Services Case Management and Administration [Certificate]
  • Humanities
    • Humanities [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Information Science
    • Data Analytics--Actuarial Track [Bachelor of Science]
    • Data Analytics--Business Track [Bachelor of Science]
    • Data Analytics--Data Visualization Track [Bachelor of Science]
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
    • Prevention Science [Doctorate]
  • Liberal Studies
    • Digital Technology and Culture [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Management Information Systems
    • Business Administration--Management Information Systems [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Data Analytics--Business Track [Bachelor of Science]
  • Marketing
    • Business Administration--Marketing [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Professional Sales [Certificate]
  • Mass Communication Studies
    • Strategic Communication [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Mathematics
    • Mathematics [Bachelor of Science]
  • Mechanical Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering [Bachelor of Science, Master of Science]
  • Middle School Education and Teaching
    • Add-On Endorsement--Middle Level Math [Teaching Endorsement]
    • Biology--Teaching Emphasis [Bachelor of Science, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Elementary Education--Middle Level Mathematics [Bachelor's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • English Language Learners Endorsement [Master's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • English--Teaching Option (without certificate) [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Master in Teaching Program with Secondary Certification [Certificate, Master's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Residency Teaching Certification [Certificate]
  • Neuroscience
    • Neuroscience [Doctorate, Bachelor of Science]
  • Nurse Practitioner
    • Doctor of Nursing Practice [Doctorate]
    • Master of Nursing in Population Health [Master's]
    • Nursing [Master's, Doctorate]
    • Post-Master's Doctor of Nursing Practice [Doctorate]
  • Nursing Administration
    • Master of Nursing in Population Health [Master's]
    • Nursing Leadership [Other Advanced Degree]
  • Nursing Education
    • Master of Nursing in Population Health [Master's]
    • Nursing Education [Other Advanced Degree]
  • Organizational Leadership
    • Educational Leadership [Master's, Doctorate]
    • Sustainable Organizational Leadership [Certificate]
  • Pre-Medicine
    • Biology--Pre-Health Professions [Bachelor of Science]
  • Pre-Pharmacy
    • Biology--Pre-Health Professions [Bachelor of Science]
  • Pre-Veterinary Medicine
    • Biology--Pre-Health Professions [Bachelor of Science]
  • Psychology, General
    • Psychology [Bachelor of Science]
  • Public and Community Health
    • Public Health [Other Advanced Degree]
  • Public Relations
    • Strategic Communication [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Registered Nursing
    • Master of Nursing in Population Health [Master's]
    • Nursing [Master's, Doctorate]
    • Nursing--RN to BSN [Bachelor's]
    • Nursing--RN to MN [Master's]
  • Science, Technology, and Society
    • Digital Technology and Culture [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Secondary Education and Teaching
    • Biology--Teaching Emphasis [Bachelor of Science, Teaching Endorsement]
    • English Language Learners Endorsement [Master's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • English--Teaching Option (without certificate) [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Master in Teaching Program with Secondary Certification [Certificate, Master's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Mathematics [Bachelor of Science]
    • Residency Teaching Certification [Certificate]
  • Social Sciences, General
    • Social Sciences [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Social Work
    • Human Services Case Management and Administration [Certificate]
  • Sociology
    • Sociology [Bachelor of Arts]
  • Special Education
    • Add-On Endorsement--Special Education [Teaching Endorsement]
    • Elementary Education--Special Education [Bachelor's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • Master of Arts in Education--Special Education [Master of Arts]
    • Special Education [Doctorate]
  • Teaching English as a Second Language
    • Add-On Endorsement--English Language Learners [Teaching Endorsement]
    • Elementary Education--English Language Learning [Bachelor's, Teaching Endorsement]
    • English Language Learners Endorsement [Master's, Teaching Endorsement]
  • Technical and Business Writing
    • Professional Science & Technology Writing [Certificate]
  • Workforce Training and WIOA Eligible Training Programs
    • Anthropology [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Digital Technology and Culture [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Electrical Engineering [Bachelor of Science, Master of Science]
    • English--Literary Studies Option [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Hospitality Business Management [Bachelor of Arts]
    • Human Services Case Management and Administration [Certificate]
    • Neuroscience [Doctorate, Bachelor of Science]
    • Nursing--RN to BSN [Bachelor's]
    • Professional Sales [Certificate]
    • Professional Writing [Certificate]
    • Psychology [Bachelor of Science]
    • Sociology [Bachelor of Arts]