Academic Areas of Interest
WKU is home to many highly ranked and nationally-recognized academic programs such as Journalism and Broadcasting, Education, Engineering, Business and our award winning speech and debate team. More than 20,000 students grace our campuses in Bowling Green, Glasgow, Owensboro and the Elizabethtown area. Learn about our academic areas of interest.
Visit this page to see the Academic Calendars for the current school year, including dates for final exams, Summer Sessions and Winter Term.
Learn more about colleges and departments at WKU.
WKU offers more than 170 choices for undergraduate areas of study through majors, minors, associate degree programs, certificate programs, pre-professional study and areas of concentration within majors. WKU also offers more than 80 graduate programs. Find the program that's right for you.
Our more than 80 graduate programs provide outstanding learning experiences and are focused on the successes of our students, both during their graduate studies and thereafter as alumni.
The Colonnade Program is the new General Education program at WKU as of Fall 2014. These general education courses are an integral part of the undergraduate curriculum that both complement and support the student's preparation in their specific field. These courses are required of all majors at WKU.
Where learning fits your life. WKU offers many graduate and undergraduate programs, several certificates and endorsements and more than 1,000 online courses each year!
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