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Generally, my interest [in journalism] stemmed from how much influence communication has on society. Someone once said,'all world problems are communication problems.' This is true. From pandemics to wars to conflicts to misunderstandings, there is a communication perspective to their solutions. Journalism for me, is about solving problems in communities and making humanity better.
Journalism graduate student from Kaduna, Nigeria
Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
By developing more efficient systems and technology, we’re launching a cleaner, smarter kind of industrial revolution. We look at the big picture and consider every tiny detail, all to make new connections in science and apply them to human life.Undergraduate majors Graduate majors Visit website
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
This is where big ideas are born and critical thinking happens in eight different languages. We’re solving equations and solving crime. We’re penning the next great American novel while researching the next scientific breakthrough.Undergraduate majors Graduate majors Visit website
We believe an Honors education should provide students with an academically different experience that prepares them for life after their undergraduate career.Visit website
John Chambers College of Business and Economics
Whether we’re anticipating global shifts or local trends, pushing products or launching businesses, the bottom line is always top of mind. We’re driving the economy through creative solutions and boldly building the future of business.Undergraduate majors Graduate majors Visit website
School of Dentistry
From the classroom to the clinic, WVU dental and dental hygiene students work in small groups and get extensive hands-on experience in patient care. Graduates can go directly into practice or begin exciting careers in oral health research.Undergraduate majors Graduate majors Visit website
WVU Tech offers 30+ challenging academic programs, including a variety of leading-edge engineering majors, to its more than 1,600 students. Located in southern West Virginia, WVU Tech is close to world-class adventure and recreation.Visit the WVU Tech website
Potomac State College
Located in the eastern panhandle, 90 minutes from Morgantown, WVU Potomac State is known for its small class sizes, student-centered focus and entrepreneurial spirit — for over 1,100 students, we are a home away from home.Visit the Potomac State College website
No matter where you are, you can earn a WVU degree or certificate – or simply take a class or two. Choose from 600+ online courses and programs that are entirely online or a combination of online and on-campus.Visit the WVU Online Campus website