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Programs Offered at Biltmore Park

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WCU Graduate School

 
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Liberal Arts Programs at Biltmore Park

Whether your goal is to jumpstart your career with an advanced degree, enhance your teaching skills, or make a difference in a local leadership position, one of these programs may be just right for you.

Graduate Master’s Degrees

English:  Fact Sheet  |  Program Website

  • Master of Arts (MA) offers three specific concentrations: literature, professional writing, and rhetoric and composition.
  • Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) for licensed, in-service teachers to earned advanced degrees.
  • Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) for those with no teaching experience who desire toward licensure.

Mathematics:  Fact Sheet  |  Program Website

As a result of Western Carolina University's program prioritization process, the MS degree program in applied mathematics has been scheduled for discontinuation. If you have general concerns and questions, information can be found on the Program Prioritization webpage at programprioritization.wcu.edu or you can also contact the program director, Dr. Mark Budden at 828-227-3946, mbudden@wcu.edu.

TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Fact Sheet | Program Website 

As a result of Western Carolina University's program prioritization process, the MA degree program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) has been scheduled for discontinuation. If you have general concerns and questions, information can be found on the Program Prioritization webpage at programprioritization.wcu.edu or you can also contact the program director, Dr. Eleanor Petrone at 828-227-3918 or eapetrone@wcu.edu.

Certificates/Licensure Programs

Professional Writing Certificate*: Program Website
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Professional Writing is designed for students seeking advanced preparation for entering successful, professional writing careers in fields that regularly recruit new writers, editors, publishing assistants, or promotional talents. The program is especially targeted to those who are already working and need or wish to brush up on their writing and editing skills.

* Some coursework will need to be taken in Cullowhee.


 

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