Graduate Catalog

2014 – 2015


2013-2014 Graduate Catalog Archive

Office of Graduate Studies
McKelvie Hall, 102 W. Rosedale Avenue
West Chester University
West Chester, PA 19383
Phone: 610-436-2943
Fax: 610-436-2763
gradstudy@wcupa.edu

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Revised March 2014

Structure of the University

College of Arts and Sciences

Lori Vermeulen, Dean
K. Hyoejn Yoon, Interim Associate Dean

Anthropology and Sociology
Biology
Chemistry
Communication Studies
Computer Science
English
Geology and Astronomy
History
Interdisciplinary Programs
Languages and Cultures
Liberal Studies
Mathematics
Pharmaceutical Product Development
Philosophy
Physics and Pre-Engineering
Pre-Medical Program
Psychology
Women's and Gender Studies

College of Business and Public Affairs

Michelle Patrick, Dean
Dottie Ives-Dewey, Interim Associate Dean

Accounting
Criminal Justice
Economics and Finance
Geography and Planning
Management
Marketing
Political Science
Public Policy and Administration
Social Work – Undergraduate
Social Work – Graduate

College of Education

Kenneth D. Witmer, Jr., Dean
George Drake, Associate Dean for Curriculum and Accreditation
Sally A. Winterton, Interim Associate Dean of Partnerships, Grants, and Faculty

Counselor Education
Early and Middle Grades Education
Literacy
Professional and Secondary Education
Special Education
Teacher Certification

College of Health Sciences

Linda Adams, Dean
Raymond Zetts, Associate Dean

Communication Sciences and Disorders
Health
Kinesiology
Nursing
Nutrition
Sports Medicine

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Timothy V. Blair, Dean
John Villella, Associate Dean

Art
School of Music

Applied Music
Music Education
Music Theory, History, and Composition

Theatre and Dance

Programs of Study and Course Offerings

Guide to the Catalog

The arrangement of course offerings is alphabetical by either department or program of study.

Students may obtain a typical sequence of courses for any program from the office specified in this catalog.

Please note that all courses, course descriptions, course sequences, and course substitutions are subject to change. Current information is available from the appropriate department chair, graduate coordinator, or program adviser.