Dean’s Message: Welcome to our Graduate College website. Please take some time to explore the opportunities Marshall University can offer to you in graduate education. Marshall University offers 48 Master’s Degrees, 7 Doctoral Degrees, 2 Education Specialist Degrees, and 33 certificate programs. New doctoral professional programs in Pharmacy and Physical Therapy are now accepting applications for their second class. Marshall University graduate students enjoy low tuition rates, competitive financial support, small classes, a distinguished student-centered faculty, and state of the art research facilities Our mission is our commitment to the intellectual, professional, and personal growth of our students through the delivery of high quality education at times and places convenient to them. Our programs are relevant, responsive to student needs and to technology advancement, and maintain high standards of excellence. Please consider this site as a source of information for everything “graduate.” I invite you to view our presentation for prospective students, visit us, tour our campuses, and meet with faculty and students. If you have any questions or would like additional information about any of our programs, please contact the Graduate College Office and we will be happy to assist you. Please go to our Graduate Admissions site to begin the admission process and to start on your way toward a graduate degree from Marshall University.
Donna J. Spindel, Ph.D.
Over the past seven decades Marshall University has provided graduate education to tens of thousands of students and have contributed to the economic and cultural life of the state, region, and nation. At Marshall University, the more than 500 faculty who hold graduate faculty status offer a broad range of courses in many different disciplines.
WHAT WE OFFER:
- 48 master’s degrees
- 7 doctoral degrees
- 2 Education specialist degrees
- 33 graduate certificates
- Assistantships Awarded: 500
- Tuition Waivers Awarded: 126
Base tuition full time/resident: $3115.00
The graduate mission of Marshall University is to provide quality educational opportunities at times and places convenient to students, employing alternative delivery systems and rich learning resources. The institution promotes excellence in instruction, research and public service in the interest of enhancing the intellectual, professional, and personal growth of students, faculty, and staff. Throughout the state Marshall University offers master’s degrees, post-master’s programs, doctoral degrees and professional development options according to needs and with a minimum of duplication.
WHERE WE ARE
Marshall University offers graduate education on the Huntington campus, the South Charleston campus, throughout the state and region, and online world-wide. Some programs offer courses on either the Huntington or South Charleston campus. Some programs offer courses on both campuses and students may complete those programs, start to finish, at the campus location of their choice. Graduate courses may also be offered through Marshall University’s regional center locations in Teays Valley, Point Pleasant, or Beckley. See our Program Information guide for information about individual programs.
- The Graduate College, located on the main campus in Huntington, is the academic/administrative center for many graduate degree and certificate programs at Marshall University.
Dr. Donna Spindel, Dean
Old Main 113
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755
- Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
GSEPD, headquartered on the South Charleston campus, provides an array of degree and professional development programs, continuing education opportunities and services designed to address the needs of the adult learner.
Dr. Teresa Eagle, Dean
100 Angus Peyton Drive
S. Charleston, WV 25303
- South Charleston Campus
The Lewis College of Business, the College of Information Technology and Engineering, and the College of Liberal Arts offer many graduate courses on the S. Charleston campus.