|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
|Address||PO Box 720, Springfield, Ohio 45501, United States of America|
|Tel. No.||(+1 937) 327-6314|
|Fax No.||(+1 937) 327-6379|
|Admission E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Contact for application|
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|Course titles||Accounting African-American/Black Studies American/United States Studies/Civilization American (United States) History American Government and Politics (United States) American History (United States) American Literature (United States) Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies, Other Area Studies, Other Art Art, General Art/Art Studies, General Art History, Criticism and Conservation Art Teacher Education Asian-American Studies Asian Studies/Civilization Biochemistry Biochemistry/Biophysics and Molecular Biology Biological and Physical Sciences Biology/Biological Sciences, General Biology Teacher Education Biophysics Botany/Plant Biology Botany/Plant Biology, Other Business Admin. & Management, General Business Administration/Management Cartography Chemistry, General Chemistry, Other Chemistry Teacher Education City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning Civil Engineering, General Communications and Media Studies, Other Communications Studies/Speech Comm. & Rhetoric Computer Science Creative Writing Dance, General Dance and Movement Therapy/Therapist Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General East Asian Studies Economics, General Economics, Other Education, General Education, Other Education/Teaching for Learing Disabilities Education/Teaching of the Gifted and Talented Elementary Education and Teaching English Language and Literature, General Environmental Science/Studies French Language and Literature Geography Geology/Earth Science, General German Language and Literature Health Teacher Education History, General Humanities/Humanistic Studies International/Global Studies Relations and Affairs Japanese Language and Literature Japanese Studies Journalism, Other Lib. Art & Sci., Gen. Stud. & Human., Oth. Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography Marketing, Other Marketing/Marketing Management, General Mass Communications/Media Studies Mathematics, General Mathematics and Computer Science Mathematics Teacher Education Medical Microbiology Music, General Philosophy Physical Sciences Physical Sciences, Other Physics, General Physics, Other Physics Teacher Education Piano and Organ Political Science and Government, General Political Science and Government, Other Pre-Dentistry Studies Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies Pre-Nursing Studies Pre-Pharmacy Studies Pre-Theological/Pre-Ministerial Studies Pre-Theology/Pre-Ministerial Studies Pre-Veterinary Studies Psychology, General Psychology, Other Reading Teacher Education Religion/Religious Studies Religion/Religious Studies, Other Russian Language and Literature Russian Studies Social Sciences, General Social Sciences, Other Social Science Teacher Education Social Studies Teacher Education Social Work Sociology Spanish Language and Literature Spanish Language Teacher Education Special Education and Teaching, General Special Education and Teaching, Other Speech and Rhetorical Studies Teacher Education, Multiple Levels Teacher Education and Professional Development Theatre/Theater Theatre/Theatre Arts Management Visual and Performing Arts, General Visual and Performing Arts, Other Writing|
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL||550|
Wittenberg University is a nationally recognized college for the liberal arts and sciences affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Wittenberg is distinguished by its strong interdisciplinary programs such as East Asian Studies and Russian Area Studies. Independent evaluators recently found the East Asian Studies program to be among the finest of its kind among colleges or universities of any size. Although Wittenberg’s traditional strengths have been in the liberal arts, recently the sciences, management and education have also developed into popular majors for students. One in four students choose a science major which are designed to emphasize collaborative problem solving among students and collaborative research between students and faculty. The management department also promotes field study through a program to place students as problem solvers in area businesses. Wittenberg is one of only a handful of colleges to include community service as a graduation requirement. Eight thriving pre-professional programs help contribute to the record of Wittenberg students in which 70 percent eventually pursue graduate studies.
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