College of Education and Human Performance

The College of Education and Human Performance challenges our students to think, move, and connect, integrating the mind, body, and community.  We provide the highest quality education for our life-long learners through close student-faculty relationships, a myriad of professional development opportunities, community service, and the integration of technology. Graduates of the College of Education and Human Performance are prepared to start productive careers in a variety of fields and to continue improving themselves and their communities.

Programs

Teacher Education

The Teacher Education Program at West Liberty University would like to welcome prospective teacher candidates. 

Community Education

Welcome to our new and exciting Accelerated 3-Year BA in Community Education Program! RETURN, REDISCOVER, RECONNECT to the global community as a non-formal educator for lifelong learners on a local, national, and international level.

Exercise Physiology

The goal of the Exercise Physiology Degree Program at West Liberty University is to reflect those of the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP) as well as the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), while providing students with a solid foundation in factual and conceptual mastery of human movement study.

Athletic Training

The West Liberty University Athletic Training Program is proud to announce it is currently in the process of transitioning to a Master’s degree. Part of this transition is a “teach-out” process for remaining Athletic Training students that are currently in the undergraduate program.

Master of Arts in Education

The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) program at WLU is a 30 credit hour program which includes 12 credit hours of required education common core courses and 18 credit hours of courses in the student’s area of emphasis. 

News

RECAP Prize Winners Announced

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va., April 15, 2021 — A total of 52 West Liberty University students competed in the annual RECAP symposium (Research, Creative Activity, and Performance) this spring and the

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Make Your Topper Mark

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va., April 12, 2021 — A new fundraising initiative begins this spring designed for graduating seniors and called “Make Your Topper Mark.” “I’m thrilled to work with our

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New Tracks for MA in Ed Start this Fall

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va., Feb. 22, 2021 — West Liberty University’s College of Education and Human Performance has new options for students wanting a convenient master’s in education degree program that

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RECAP Prize Winners Announced

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va., April 15, 2021 — A total of 52 West Liberty University students competed in the annual RECAP symposium (Research, Creative Activity, and Performance) this spring and the

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Make Your Topper Mark

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va., April 12, 2021 — A new fundraising initiative begins this spring designed for graduating seniors and called “Make Your Topper Mark.” “I’m thrilled to work with our

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Contact

Please contact us anytime to discuss your future in the College of Education and Human Performance at West Liberty University.

College of Education and Human Performance
Cathy Monteroso

Professor of Physical Education
Dean College of Education
Office ASRC 402 Main Hall 326BCUB 147Phone: 304.336.8231

Email: [email protected]

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