All courses are taught by the same world-renowned faculty who teach graduate students on campus. Learn more and apply. Additional Distance Learning Opportunities In addition to the online-exclusive programs, the Case School of Engineering offers select classes in its campus-based graduate degree programs in a convenient online format designed for students who need additional flexibility. This may be coupled with a teaching career.
Housing Graduate faculty, programs, and graduate student resources Most graduate students choose to attend a university because of a particular professor, program, or department.
The graduate faculty at Central have strong records of research and other creative activity, service, and teaching and are excellent mentors to creative and inquisitive students in a variety of disciplines.
See our list of graduate program offerings to find the program and faculty advisor that are right for you. In addition to finding the right professor and program, prospective graduate students look for a school with the resources for successful graduate study.
CWU offers an array of research facilities and student resources that you will find nowhere else. Structure of classes and programs Admission is selective, class size is small, and instruction is personalized.
Classes at CWU are taught on the quarter system. The academic year begins in late September and ends each year in early June. Submit your application electronically with the on-line application form. With this option, you will need to pay electronically with a credit card.
Download the application materials and send them to the School of Graduate Studies and Research.
Check the Graduate Programs page to see which quarter your desired program accepts applications. To do this my. Statement of Educational and Professional Objectives. The statement of educational and professional objectives is one of the most important deciding factors for entrance into graduate school.
One website that may help you guide your organization of the letter is: Your statement should portray you as: Three letters of recommendation. May be submitted online with your application by supplying contact information for your three references. Your references will receive an automatic email notifying them of your request to complete a recommendation.
If your reference prefers to send a letter by mail, forms can be found here: Some programs may require a higher GPA. ETS will forward the test scores directly to the Graduate School. Central Washington University Code No.
GRE tests are valid for 5 years after the test date. When preparing for the GRE, you will find some helpful resources, including examples of past test questions, and complete practice tests at the ETS site.
When preparing for the GMAT, you may find the following sites helpful: International applicants CWU is fortunate to host many international students who have come to Ellensburg to pursue their graduate education.Current Award Recipients.
April Graduate Student Research and Travel Grant award recipients announced. The Graduate College congratulates the following graduate students who are the recipients of the April Graduate Student Research and Travel Grant and wishes them continued success in the scholarly work.
Globalink Research Award - Special Opportunity. The Mitacs Globalink Research Award supports international research collaboration. Special research funding is available for graduate students with uncertain status in their current location, to conduct research at a Canadian university.
This credit graduate credential will help prepare you to link scientists, decision-makers, and stakeholders when managing recreational and commercial fisheries and fish habitat and contribute towards the general conservation of aquatic resources.
The Western Association of Graduate Schools (WAGS) pleased to announce the Distinguished Master’s Thesis and/or Final Master’s Capstone Project Award in . GRADUATE THESIS RESEARCH AWARD. INFORMATION.
The Theory and Criticism Graduate Thesis Research Award is designed to support the costs of research undertaken by full-time graduate students enrolled in an approved graduate program leading to a research.
Must be a registered full-time graduate student at Western University. Must commit to a research project that deals directly with investigating great ape populations in Africa or Asia.