Eastern Washington University (EWU) offers the following bachelor's and master's degree programs through the Lower Columbia Regional University Center.
The center is conveniently located on the Lower Columbia College campus, where students can earn a bachelor's degree without relocating or commuting.
All classes are taught online or onsite on the LCC campus.
Students are encouraged (but not required) to complete prerequisite coursework at LCC before transferring to EWU. Doing so saves tuition dollars, and provides a seamless transition into the degree program.
The curriculum of this interdisciplinary program focuses on the developmental, learning and social issues of children from birth to 18..
This interdisciplinary program offers alternatives for students seeking degreess which provide a broad background applicable to a variety of careers.
This program is designed for students who have graduated with an associate degree in a technical area from a variety of Washington state community colleges.
This degree program provides working professionals and students interested in health related careers with the opportunity to study public health, clinical education, health care management and more.
This program prepares future public health leaders to manage, develop, and re-orient health services to combat health inequalities and promote access and inclusion.