Colleges, Academic Departments, and Affiliated Areas
Counseling and Student Affairs, Educational Administration, Leadership and Research, Military Science, Psychology, School of Teacher Education
Allied Health, Communication Disorders, Consumer and Family Sciences, Kinesiology, Recreation and Sport, School of Nursing, Public Health, Social Work
Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing, MBA
Agriculture, Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Geography and Geology, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Psychological Sciences
Art, Communication, English, Folk Studies and Anthropology, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, School of Journalism and Broadcasting, Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy and Religion, Political Science, Sociology, Theatre and Dance
Alive Center for Community Partnerships, Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Computer Information Technology, Chinese Flagship, Confucius Institute, Regional Campuses, Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility, Leadership Studies Program, MA Leadership Dynamics, Systems Management, University Experience, WKU FINISH-Project Graduate, Adult Learner Services, Women's Studies Program, WKU South Campus
Other Related Areas
WKU is the home of the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky which offers a residential program for bright, highly motivated Kentucky high school students who have demonstrated interest in pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Graduate Office serves both as the point of contact for prospective and new graduate students and as a liaison between students and faculty members of all graduate programs. We are ready to share information and to offer further direction for graduate study in more than 80 degree and certificate programs.
Affiliated Areas- Office of Scholar Development, Office of Undergraduate Research, Flagship Chinese Language Program
University Libraries supports the informational, research and curricular needs of WKU students, faculty and staff by selecting, acquiring, organizing and providing access to all print, non-print, and electronic library resources. Reference services in person, by phone or virtually, research instruction and orientation classes on demand or as part of the University Experience courses, and a wireless environment provide an attractive environment for research, collaboration or quiet study.