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36 hours

Fall Term

  • EXSC 520 Clinical Practicum I – 3 hrs
  • EXSC 597 Graduate Research Seminar – 4 hrs
  • EXSC 625 Advanced Physical Assessment – 3 hrs
  • EXSC 630 Evidence Based Medicine – 3 hrs

Spring Term

  • EXSC 551 Statistics in Allied Health Research – 3 hrs
  • EXSC 620 Advanced Orthopedic Assessment – 3 hrs
  • Electives – 6-9 hrs
  • EXSC 650 Graduate Writing/Thesis Defense – 1-3 hrs

May Term

  • EXSC 655 Professional Topics Seminar – 2 hrs
  • EXSC 650 Graduate Writing/Thesis Defense – 1-3 hrs

Summer Term

  • EXSC 650 Graduate Writing/Thesis Defense – 1-3 hrs
  • Electives – 6-9 hrs

MSAT Electives

  • EXSC 510 Graduate Clinical Internship – 3 hrs
  • EXSC 521 Clinical Practicum II – 3 hrs
  • EXSC 525 Pharmacology and Drug Therapy – 3 hrs
  • EXSC 560 Foundations of Strength and Conditioning 3 hrs
  • EXSC 699 Elective Internship – 3 hrs

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Program Learning Outcomes

Improvement of communication skills

Encourage the development of the student’s communication skills, both verbal and written utilizing a variety of courses throughout the program.

Enhance critical thinking skills

Foster the continued development of the students’ critical thinking skills through emphasis on problem-based didactic and clinical experiences.

Enhance skills for employment or additional graduate work

Provide the student with a wide range of traditional and emerging healthcare provider skills.

Diverse experience in an ethical manner

To prepare the student with an experience throughout the program to better engage and serve a diverse population.

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President

Meet Dr. Joel Thierstein, the 19th President of West Virginia Wesleyan College

President and Dean's Lists

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Staff

Alison Whitehair Director of Student Retention clausen_a@wvwc.edu (304) 473-8604 _______________________________________________________________________________ Jill Okes-Kincade Experiential Learning Coordinator okes_j@wvwc.edu (304) 473-8607 _______________________________________________________________________________ Kristin Ring First Generation Mentor ring.k@wvwc.edu…

Quick Facts

Quick Facts Location: Buckhannon, West Virginia Calendar: Two 14-week terms one month optional May Term optional summer term Affiliation: The United Methodist Church Degrees Offered:…

Internships

For more details on the process and how to select an internship, please visit Jill Okes-Kincade, Experiential Learning Coordinator, in the Student Success Center (Administration…

About Academics

West Virginia Wesleyan offers 49 majors and 36 minors and graduate programs in athletic training, business administration, creative writing, education, and nursing. Though its curriculum is strongly based in the…

Events

  Family Weekend - September 24-26

Doug Van Gundy

Associate Professor

creative writing, Appalachian lit

email: vangundy_d@wvwc.edu

Student Success Resources

Students at West Virginia Wesleyan College have access to resources developed just for our students, as well as resources developed for all college students.

Mission

West Virginia Wesleyan College challenges its students to a life-long commitment to develop their intellectual, ethical, spiritual, and leadership potential and to set and uphold standards of excellence.

Kim Bjorgo-Thorne

Assistant Professor

Environmental Science, Ecology, GIS, Vertebrate Zoology

email: bjorgo@wvwc.edu

Summer School Sessions 2021

Thinking of extending your studies into our May and summer terms?  Wesleyan offers a variety of courses that are available throughout May and June.  Below…

Contact Us

Bob Skinner '75 Acting Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations skinner_r@wvwc.edu 304-473-8557 Joshua Stump Director of Development and Alumni Relations stump.j@wvwc.edu 304-473-8489 Lauren Queen…

Student Success Center

The Student Success Center provides services designed to assist in the academic development of students at West Virginia Wesleyan College. The staff encourages students to reach their…

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