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WVSU Graduate Programs
West Virginia State University has a rich and positive history of education, recognized throughout the world for our programs and graduates.  WVSU was founded under the provisions of the Second Morrill Act of 1890 as the West Virginia Colored Institute, one of 19 land-grant institutions authorized by Congress and designated by the states to provide for the education of black citizens in agriculture and the mechanical arts.   In 2004, the West Virginia Legislature approved our transition to University status, and today WVSU offers 22 bachelor's degrees and seven Master's Degrees. With a rich history and promising future, WVSU is positioned to become the most student-centered research and teaching, land-grant university in West Virginia, and beyond.
WVSU offers an enriching and varied curriculum of Graduate Study programs:
  • Biotechnology
  • Criminal justice
  • Public Administration
  • Media Studies/Communications
  • Educational Leadership
  • Sports Studies
  • Computer Science
For more information contact the WVSU Graduate Program Coordinator:
Dr. Micheal Fultz
West Virginia State University
131 Ferrell Hall
Institute, WV, 25112

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