Degrees, Majors and Programs

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WSU Vancouver offers bachelor’s degrees in popular majors such as business, computer science and engineering, as well as master’s and doctoral degrees.

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Bachelor's degrees

Major

Degree

Anthropology

B.A.

Biology

B.S.

Business Administration

B.A.

Computer Science

B.S.

Digital Technology and Culture

B.A.

Earth and Environmental Science

B.S.

Electrical Engineering

B.S.

Elementary Education

B.A.

English

B.A.

History

B.A.

Hospitality Business Management

B.A.

Human Development

B.A.

Humanities

B.A.

Mechanical Engineering

B.S.

Neuroscience

B.S.

Nursing

B.S.

Psychology

B.S.

Public Affairs

B.A.

Social Sciences

B.A.

Sociology

B.A.

Areas of study

Area  
Accounting major
Addiction Studies minor
Business Administration major
Communication minor
Criminal Justice minor
Critical Culture, Gender and Race Studies minor
Finance major
Fine Arts minor
Foreign Languages & Cultures minor
Gerontology minor, certificate
Honors Program concentration
Human Services Case Management and Administration certificate
Management and Operations major
Management Information Systems major
Marketing major
Personnel Psychology/Human Resources concentration
Political Science minor
Pre-Health concentration
Pre-Law concentration
Professional Sales certificate
Professional Writing certificate
Spanish minor

Graduate degrees

Major

Degree

Business Administration

M.B.A.

Computer Science

M.S.

Education

Ed.M.

Education

Ed.D.

Environmental Science

M.S.

Mechanical Engineering

M.S.

Nursing

M.N.

Nursing

D.N.P.

Prevention Science

Ph.D.

Public Affairs

M.P.A.

Teaching

M.I.T.

Additional doctoral programs are available officially through the Pullman campus, although students may spend most of their time on the Vancouver campus. For many of these Ph.D. programs, WSU Vancouver faculty teach classes and supervise graduate student research. Contact the program director to learn about the availability of coursework, research and faculty advisors at the Vancouver campus. You must apply to WSU Pullman to be accepted.

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