Wilkes University
Wilkes University

Founded in 1933, Wilkes University offers a picturesque campus on the western edge of the Pocono Mountains.

  • Public or private: Private
  • Location: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
  • Closest major city: New York City
  • Student-faculty ratio: 15:1
  • Student body: 2,400
  • Percentage of faculty with PhDs: 90%
  • Academic calendar: Semesters
  • International student employment: Maximum 20 hours/week
  • ESL options: Accepts only TOEFL. Students without TOEFL scores must enroll in on-campus ESL program
  • Housing: Available for undergraduate students only

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Programs

Bachelor’s
AccountingEducationMathematics
Air and Space StudiesEngineering ManagementMusical Theatre
ArtEngineering, AppliedNeuroscience
BiochemistryEngineering, ComputerNursing
BiologyEngineering, ElectricalPharmaceutical Sciences
Business (Pre-MBA)Engineering, EnvironmentalPhilosophy
Business AdministrationEngineering, MechanicalPhysics
ChemistryEnglishPolicy Studies
Clinical Lab SciencesEntrepreneurshipPolitical Science
Communication StudiesForeign LanguagesPre-Pharmacy
Computer Information SystemsGeologyPsychology
Computer ScienceHealth SciencesSociology
CriminologyHistoryStatistics
DanceIndividualized StudiesTheatre Arts
Earth & Environmental SciencesIntegrative MediaUndeclared
EconomicsInternational StudiesWomen’s Studies

Master’s
Business Administration (MBA)Business Administration (MBA): International BusinessElectrical Engineering
Business Administration (MBA): AccountingBusiness Administration (MBA): MarketingEngineering Management/Business Administration (MBA)
Business Administration (MBA): EntrepreneurshipBusiness Administration (MBA): Operations ManagementEngineering Operations and Strategy
Business Administration (MBA): FinanceBusiness Administration (MBA): Organizational Leadership & DevelopmentMathematics
Business Administration (MBA): Healthcare AdministrationCreative WritingNursing (RN – MSN)
Business Administration (MBA): Human ResourcesEducation: Instructional TechnologyTESOL Education: ESL Teaching

Doctorate
Doctorate of Education (Ed.D)
Education, Graduate Teacher

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