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Academic Programs

WSU Spokane offers degrees in Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Speech & Hearing Sciences, Criminal Justice and Education.

Medical Students

Medicine

The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine prepares future physicians leaders to work in communities where they are needed most.

Nursing Students

Nursing

WSU’s College of Nursing each year graduates more entry-level nurses than any other institution in the state of Washington. It also offers a full array of nursing degrees, including the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and the Ph.D.

Pharmacy students

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Students who enroll in the accredited four-year Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program are heading into the profession of Pharmacy. Students interested in research may pursue a Ph.D. in pharmaceutical sciences.

NEP student

Nutrition & Exercise Physiology

This program offers unique degree pathways that combine studies and research in nutrition and exercise. Graduates can become credentialed in one or both areas.

Speech student with child

Speech and Hearing Sciences

This accredited program combines science with clinical practice, preparing students to diagnose and treat a wide array of speech, language, voice and swallowing disorders. Students enjoy individual attention from recognized scholars, an outstanding internship program, and the latest in technology.

A professor in criminal justice

Criminal Justice

Using an interdisciplinary approach and benefiting from a close association with research institutes at WSU Spokane, this program advances knowledge of societal issues associated with crime, the work of criminal justice professionals, and the impact of public policy on the criminal justice system.

Education

Education

Education programs available at WSU Spokane prepare K-12 teachers to become administrators, open the world of education to people seeking career change, supply opportunities for both research and practical experience, and train students to be leaders.