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An Inside Look

As one of West Virginia’s oldest public universities, Marshall University’s roots run deep. 


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AT A GLANCE

Type of school: Public, mid-sized university (Master’s Colleges and Universities: Larger Programs)

Size of campus: 100 acres on Huntington campus

Number of students: 13,631

Number of faculty: 806 full-time faculty

Admission requirements and

deadlines: Vary by program; visit marshall.edu/graduate/admissions/admission-requirements-for-degree-seeking-students for more information.

Location
Located in West Virginia’s second-largest city, Marshall University’s Huntington campus offers the best of the entertainment and dining options of an urban area in close proximity to outdoor adventures such as mountain climbing, whitewater rafting, and skiing. Marshall students live within 250 miles of many major cities, including Indianapolis, Indiana; Cincinnati, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; Knoxville, Tennessee; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Charlotte, North Carolina.

Join the #MarshallUFamily
When our students say they are Sons and Daughters of Marshall, it’s genuine. The care and support they receive from faculty, staff, and fellow students truly makes our community a family. That combined with a quality education makes the Marshall experience unlike any other. Join the #MarshallUFamily and become a
Son or Daughter of Marshall!

Programs of Study
For a full list of all degree programs and areas of emphasis, visit marshall.edu/graduate/programs/select-your-degree-or-certificate-program.

Master’s Programs
• Accountancy, MS
• Adult and Technical Education, MS
• Biological Sciences, MA/MS
• Biomechanics, MS
• Biomedical Sciences, MS
• Business Administration, MBA
• Chemistry, MS
• Clinical and Translational Science, MS
• Communication Disorders, MS
• Communication Studies, MA
• Computer Science, MS
• Counseling, MA
• Criminal Justice, MS
• Dietetics, MS
• Education, MA
• Engineering, MSE
• English, MA
• Environmental Science, MS
• Exercise Science, MS
• Forensic Science, MS
• Geography, MA/MS
• Health Care Administration, MS
• Health Informatics, MS
• History, MA
• Human Resource Management, MS
• Humanities, MA
• Information Systems, MS
• Journalism, MAJ
• Latin, MA
• Leadership Studies, MA
• Literacy Education, MA
• Mathematics, MA
• Music, MA
• Nursing, MSN
• Physical and Applied Sciences, MS
• Political Science, MA
• Psychology, MA
• Public Administration, MPA
• Public Health, MPH
• Safety, MS
• Social Work, MSW
• Sociology, MA
• Special Education, MA
• Sports Management and Marketing, MS
• Teaching, MAT
• Technology Management, MS

Educational Specialist Programs
• Education, EdS
• School Psychology, EdS

Doctoral/Professional Programs
• Biomedical Science, PhD
• Curriculum and Instruction, EdD
• Educational Leadership, EdD
• Medicine, MD
• Nurse Anesthesia, DMPNA
• Pharmacy, PharmD
• Physical Therapy, DPT
• Psychology, PsyD


Yet our vision is focused on providing world-class learning opportunities for students from across the country and around the word.

Here you’ll discover a commitment to teaching, high-level research, and professional training that will prepare you to thrive in the world. You’ll join a community where you’ll be part of something larger than your own ambitions. You’ll discover what it means to be one of the Sons and Daughters of Marshall.

History, tradition, and values
At Marshall University we’re proud of our history, which began with the founding of Marshall Academy in 1837. The academy was named in honor of John Marshall, the fourth chief justice of the US Supreme Court (1801–1835). Today the Sons and Daughters of Marshall exemplify Justice Marshall’s values: independence, initiative, achievement, ethical integrity, and commitment to community through association and service.

Growth and development
There’s never been a more exciting time to be a part of the growing community at Marshall University. New facilities include the Visual Arts Center in the heart of downtown Huntington, the Chris Cline Athletic Complex housing the MU Sports Medicine Institute, and the Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex, home of our programs in Engineering, Computer Science, Safety Technology, and Digital Forensics.

Marshall’s degree programs are expanding as well with the recent addition of graduate degrees in Social Work, Biomechanics, and Jazz Studies, among others. Faculty and administrators at Marshall University continually evaluate our program offerings to ensure our students have the best opportunities to pursue their educational and career goals.

 


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44 Graduate Programs Offered

Program Certificate Master's Doctorate
Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online Campus Hybrid Online
Adult Education                
Biological and Physical Sciences                
Biomedical Science                
Chemistry                
Clinical Psychology                
Communication Studies              
Computer Science                
Counseling & Therapy                
Criminal Justice                
Curriculum & Instruction                
Early Childhood Education                
Educational Leadership                
Engineering - General                
English                
Environmental Science                
Forensic Science                
Geography                
Health Informatics                
History                
Human Resource Management                
Information Systems              
Journalism & Mass Media                
Leadership                
Mathematics                
Media Studies                
Nurse Administration                
Nursing                
PharmD Programs                
Physical Therapy                
Political Science                
Psychology - General              
Public Admin                
Public Health                
Reading & Literacy              
School Psychology                
Social Work - MSW                
Sociology                
Special Education                
Teaching English                
Women's Studies                
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