Academic Offerings, Degrees, and Major Fields of Study Academics at WSU Tri-Cities

Academic Programs

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  • College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences
  • College of Arts & Sciences
  • College of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering and Architecture
  • College of Nursing
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ProgramCollegeLevel
Business AdministrationCollege of BusinessUndergraduate
Civil and Environmental EngineeringCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureUndergraduate
Computer ScienceCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureUndergraduate
Digital Technology & CultureCollege of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Elementary EducationCollege of EducationUndergraduate
Electrical EngineeringCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureUndergraduate
EnglishCollege of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Environmental ScienceCollege of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
HistoryCollege of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Humanities*College of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Integrated Plant Sciences (Viticulture & Enology)College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource SciencesUndergraduate
Mechanical EngineeringCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureUndergraduate
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)College of NursingUndergraduate
RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)College of NursingUndergraduate
PsychologyCollege of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Science*College of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Social Sciences*College of Arts & SciencesUndergraduate
Master of Business AdministrationCollege of BusinessGraduate
Master of ChemistryCollege of Arts & SciencesGraduate
Master of Computer ScienceCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureGraduate
Master of Educational LeadershipCollege of EducationGraduate
Doctor of Educational LeadershipCollege of EducationGraduate
Master of Education with a specialization in LiteracyCollege of EducationGraduate
Master of Education with a specialization in ELL/Bilingual EducationCollege of EducationGraduate
Master in Education with a specialization in Curriculum and InstructionCollege of EducationGraduate
Master of Electrical EngineeringCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureGraduate
Master of Environmental EngineeringCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureGraduate
Master of Environmental ScienceCollege of Arts & SciencesGraduate
Doctor of Environmental & Natural Resource SciencesCollege of Arts & SciencesGraduate
Master of Mechanical EngineeringCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureGraduate
Master of NursingCollege of NursingGraduate
RN to Master of Nursing (RN-MN)College of NursingGraduate
Add-On Endorsements for EducationCollege of EducationNon-degree program
Nuclear Engineering Certificate ProgramCollege of Engineering & ArchitectureNon-degree Program
Post-Master’s Certificate – Nursing EducationCollege of NursingNon-degree program
Post-Master’s Certificate – Nursing LeadershipCollege of NursingNon-degree program
Principal & Program Administration CertificationCollege of EducationNon-degree program
Teacher Professional Certificate ProgramCollege of EducationNon-degree program

* General Studies undergraduate majors include Math, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences
General studies catalog description: catalog.wsu.edu/General/Academics/Info/83*

Doctoral programs are officially offered through the Pullman campus; however, faculty at WSU Tri-Cities participate in the graduate program, offer classes, and supervise graduate student research. Students interested in these doctoral programs must apply to WSU Pullman to be accepted. Prospective doctoral students are encouraged to contact the program director about the availability of coursework, research, and faculty advisors at WSU Tri-Cities.