WSU Vancouver offers bachelor’s degrees in popular majors such as business, computer science and engineering, as well as master’s and doctoral degrees.
Looking for specific courses? View the class schedule.
|Digital Technology and Culture||B.A.|
|Earth and Environmental Science||B.S.|
|Hospitality Business Management||B.A.|
|Critical Culture, Gender and Race Studies||minor|
|Foreign Languages & Cultures||minor|
|Human Services Case Management and Administration||certificate|
|Management Information Systems||major|
|Personnel Psychology/Human Resources||concentration|
|Botany, M.S.*||M.S., 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.|
|Environmental and Natural Resource Science*||Ph.D.|
|Mathematics – Applied Mathematics Option*||Ph.D.|
|Zoology, M.S.*||M.S., Ph.D.|
*These doctoral programs are officially offered through the Pullman campus, although students may complete ALL 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.
**These doctoral programs are officially offered through the Pullman campus, although students may complete 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.