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Academic Divisions
Arts
4
Annual portfolio reviews by practicing professional
4
15-week internship opportunities in New York City
or Hollywood
Business and Economics
4
Students in the business division have the
opportunity to take trips for academic credit all
across the U.S.
4
Student-run and managed coffee shop
Behavioral and Social Science
4
Award-winning pre-law chapter of Phi Alpha
Delta International, mock trial team and
a university courtroom that hears cases by the
Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District
4
Four-year ASL interpreting degree, one of
approximately 30 in North America
Education
4
Proximity of our university to several state
institutions provides unique and convenient
learning opportunities outside the classroom
4
Teacher Education Program places education
students directly in classroom settings
Equestrian Studies
4
Clinics and programs given by noted riders
and trainers throughout the year
4
Traditional approach to the four disciplines of
dressage, hunter/jumper, saddle seat and western
Human Performance
4
Courses in athletic training/exercise science
designed to prepare you for the board
certifcation examinations offered by
nationally-recognized organizations
4
State-of-the-art center for human performance
Science and Humanities
4
Established research facilities and observatory
4
As members of the Reiss Biological Field Station
Consortium, we have access to their outdoor
laboratory site
Right path for you
William Woods University is a coeducational,
professions-orientated, liberal arts-based institution with
approximately 1,000 on-campus students. Founded in
1870, the mission of William Woods has always been
to provide an excellent education while ensuring
personal development.
The university offers both undergraduate and graduate
degrees in a variety of disciplines in both campus and
outreach settings adding approximately 2,800 to our
student enrollment. In addition to our Fulton campus,
WWU has facilities in Columbia, Jefferson City and
Branson, and offers degree programs in more than
125 communities throughout Missouri and in Arkansas.
Located in the middle of the country, William Woods
University draws students from all over the U.S., as
well as numerous other countries.
Celebrating the 2010 WWU Conference Championship win