Walla Walla University Graduate Bulletin 2012-2014
Graduate programs are directed and supervised by the Graduate Council, which is the legislative body responsible for all graduate academic policies and curricula. Actions voted by the University Board, Faculty-in-session, or the Graduate Council at any time shall have equal force to, or if necessary shall supersede, statements published in this bulletin.
The University offers courses of study leading to the following graduate degrees:
Master of Arts
Master of Education
Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Science
Master of Social Work
Classification of Students
Graduate Students are defined as those who have been accepted into one of the graduate programs.
Postgraduate Students are those who have completed a baccalaureate degree and are registered for work which does not ordinarily apply toward an advanced degree.
Last update on May 14, 2012