Central Washington University is a regional leader in providing access to high quality, personalized online education. We offer fully-accredited online undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and hundreds of courses are delivered online each quarter. You will work in small classes with faculty committed to teaching, learning, and individual student success. Comprehensive student support services are provided online and in-person at campus locations throughout Washington State.
Take the first step towards completing your degree with affordable, convenient, and flexible online programs delivered where you live!
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Central Washington University is not authorized to accept students into online courses and online degree programs from the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico. If you reside in a state listed above, you are ineligible at this time for admission. Please check back to our website periodically as new states will be added when we receive additional authorizations.
Internships are not allowed or restricted in states colored GRAY. If you reside in a state with an internship restriction, please contact the appropriate online program advisor about internship requirements prior to applying to the university.
The specialization combines a liberal arts background in literature with specialized writing courses in creative writing (fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, screenwriting), business writing, professional writing, scientific and technical writing, editing, and publishing.
This Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management (BAS-ITAM) degree with an Administrative Management specialization is designed for students who have completed a two-year applied or technical degree. Students who have earned a two-year applied or technical degree can now finish a baccalaureate degree through this fully online program.
The minor in library and information science is designed to provide students with an understanding of the methods and means of gathering, organizing, and disseminating information. The minor is appropriate for any students who wish to gain a greater understanding of the field of library and information science.
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