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  • At WSU Vancouver, you can experience an AACSB-accredited MBA program that is convenient, accommodating and engaging. more >

  • Building on a foundation that places today’s educational challenges in historical and social context, the Master of Education (EdM) program offers opportunities for specialization in a growing number of fields including English Language Learners (ELL), Literacy Education, and Special Education (SpEd). Endorsements in ELL, SpEd, Reading, and Middle-level Math can be pursued with the EdM program. more >

  • WSU Vancouver offers a master's degree in Public Affairs (M.P.A.). This degree program is offered exclusively on the WSU Vancouver campus, and is designed for the education of individuals like yourself who are interested in administrative and leadership positions in the public sector. more >

  • The M.S. and Ph.D. in Botany and Zoology are WSU-wide graduate degrees. These degrees are offered by the WSU School of Biological Sciences, and you may pursue these degrees on the Vancouver campus, under the guidance and supervision of Vancouver-based science faculty. more >

  • Anthropology is the holistic study of humankind. Anthropologists are interested in understanding the diverse cultures of the world, the prehistory of these cultures, the relationships between biology and culture, and the impact of language on our perceptions of the world. more >

  • Washington State University’s Statewide Doctor of Education program is offered with advisors and courses on all of WSU’s four campuses. more >

  • The Ph.D. in Environmental and Natural Resource Science is a is offered by the WSU School of the Environment, and you may pursue it on the Vancouver campus, under the guidance and supervision of Vancouver-based science faculty. more >

  • Gain an interdisciplinary, applications-oriented education in the Master of Science in Environmental Science program at WSU Vancouver. The program is designed to enable you to analyze and understand natural ecosystems, predict environmental change, and participate in the management of environmental issues. more >

  • The Ph.D. program in Experimental Psychology at Washington State University is among the oldest in the West. The Program has an established reputation for producing well-trained psychologists who contribute to basic and applied experimental psychology in academia, government service, and private industry. more >

  • The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program in the School of Engineering and Computer Science is a thesis program and requires a minimum of 30 credit hours. more >

  • The Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) degree program prepares nurses to be leaders in clinical practice. more >

  • The Master of Nursing (M.N.) degree at Washington State University College of Nursing prepares advanced practice nurses to assess and improve health care and educational programs, processes, and systems. ... more >

  • The Prevention Science Graduate Program at Washington State University provides training opportunities at the doctoral level for students interested in developing expertise in the study of individuals and families and in the development and evaluation of prevention programs. more >

  • Students successfully completing this program and meeting state requirements will receive their Washington State Residency Teacher Certificate with a Secondary (5-12) Endorsement and their master’s degree. The overarching goal of the program is to create a collaborative environment that supports all students and offers a foundation for professional growth. The Master In Teaching (MIT) program with Secondary Certification is housed in the Department of Teaching and Learning (T&L) of the College of Education (COE). more >

  • Students successfully completing this program and meeting state requirements will receive their Washington State Residency Teacher Certificate with an Elementary (K-8) Endorsement and their master’s degree. more >

  • The M.S. and Ph.D. in Botany and Zoology are WSU-wide graduate degrees. These degrees are offered by the WSU School of Biological Sciences, and you may pursue these degrees on the Vancouver campus, under the guidance and supervision of Vancouver-based science faculty. more >