Take the first step towards completing your degree with affordable, convenient, and flexible online programs offered through Central Washington University.
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Central Washington University has authorization and/or exemption to deliver fully online degree programs to students in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia and Washington. If you reside in a state not listed above, you are ineligible at this time for admission into a fully online degree program offered at CWU. Please check back to our website periodically as new states will be added when we receive additional authorizations.
Now offering bachelor's degree programs in:
- English: Writing Specialization 
- Individual Studies 
- Information Technology and Administrative Management 
- Interdisciplinary Studies–Social Sciences 
- Law & Justice
- Paramedicine  (Hybrid)
- Psychology 
- Sociology 
And master's degree programs in:
- Special Education 
- Literacy 
- School Administration 
- Instructional Leadership 
- Higher Education 
- Health and Physical Education (Hybrid)
- Health and Physical Education–Athletic Administration  (Hybrid)
Spotlight on Online Programs
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.
The most flexible major offered by CWU, Individual Studies is designed for students whose goals are not met by any other curriculum. Students in this program design their own course of study and create interdisciplinary concentrations to meet their specific educational needs. Each path is unique.
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.
Sociology Minor 
The Sociology Department provides opportunities for students to understand the conceptual and methodological tools used by sociologists to understand society. This 25 credit general minor is often combined with majors such as Law & Justice, Psychology or other fields in the Sciences or Humanities.