WVU Parkersburg offers certificate, associate and bachelor’s degrees in a wide range of disciplines. Explore the areas below to learn more about our undergraduate majors and courses offered.
Degree Completion & Credit for Work Experience
Non-traditional students have different needs and different goals. Balancing family, work, and college can be difficult. We offer affordable options to fit into your life and schedule.
Arts & Sciences
Start here, finish there. We offer flexible paths for you to earn your associate and bachelor’s degree. These programs will prepare you to enter a career after graduation or provide the academic foundation to continue your graduate or professional studies. This division includes our associate degrees in art and science, as well as the Board of Governors Associate of Applied Science and the Regents Bachelor of Arts.
Nursing & Health Sciences
Offering a variety of courses, certifications and degrees in the healthcare field, our Nursing and Health Science programs will educate you on the communities we serve to become competent healthcare professionals. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, health and wellness activities and hands-on practice, you will be a desirable employee candidate upon graduation.
The Professional Studies Division offers a variety of fully-accredited certificate, associate and bachelor’s degree programs as well as professional credentialing opportunities. From accounting, education, and management to legal studies, criminal justice, and digital media production, the broad range of career programs will provide you with the job skills you need to secure employment and – for the working professional – opportunities to enhance existing business skills.
Workforce, Technical and Computer Information Science
Whether you are interested in computers, electronics, manufacturing, or biological and chemical sciences, you will be able to expand your knowledge and talents with one of our WTCIS programs. Some lead directly to certifications and quick entry into the workforce, while others provide excellent preparation for transferring to a four-year college or attending graduate school.
What is Early College, and is it right for you? At WVU Parkersburg, high school sophomores, juniors and seniors can earn college credit while working for their high school diploma – some even finish their first full year of college! This means students and parents can save nearly $23,760 in tuition by enrolling in Early College.
Technical Training & Workforce Development
The Short-Term Programs offered by WVU Parkersburg’s Workforce & Economic Development are between 6 and 15 weeks in duration. At the end of your training, you will receive a certificate and the knowledge to gain employment in a particular profession and return you to the workforce.
The WVU Parkersburg college catalog contains information about our college degrees, certificates offered, General Education requirements and course details. You can search, highlight, print or download your copy of the course catalog for an easy browsing experience.