Future graduate students

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WSU Vancouver is committed to helping graduate students become learned scholars, effective researchers, and masters of disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge. A limited selection of graduate program brochures are available online.

Graduate degrees, majors and fields of study

Major Degree
American Studies** Ph.D.
Anthropology* Ph.D.
Biology and Plant Biology* M.S., Ph.D.
Business M.B.A.
Computer Science M.S.
Criminal Justice** Ph.D.
Education – Educational Leadership Ed.D.
Education – Math and Science Education* Ph.D.
Education – Master of Education M.Ed.
Education – Master of Arts in Education, Special Education M.A.
Education – Master in Teaching with Elementary Certification M.I.T.
Education – Master in Teaching with Secondary Certification M.I.T.
English** Ph.D.
Environmental Science M.S.
Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences* Ph.D.
Experimental Psychology* Ph.D.
History** Ph.D.
Mathematics* M.S., Ph.D.
Mechanical Engineering M.S.
Neuroscience* Ph.D.
Nursing M.N., DNP
Political Science** Ph.D.
Prevention Science Ph.D.
Public Affairs M.P.A.
Sociology** Ph.D.

* **These doctoral programs are officially offered through the Pullman campus, although students may complete *ALL or **SOME of their degree requirements on the Vancouver campus. Students interested in these Ph.D. programs must apply to WSU Pullman to be accepted. Prospective doctoral students are encouraged to contact the department about the availability of coursework, research, and faculty advisors at the Vancouver campus.

Faculty research

If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies at WSU Vancouver we strongly encourage you to explore faculty research pages or get in direct contact with the professor who meets your academic interest.

Application process

If you have already spoken with a graduate coordinator or professor and are ready to apply, you may apply now!