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Online Student

WVU Potomac State College offers numerous online options. Many of our General Education Foundation (GEF) courses are available online such as courses in biology, chemistry, math, English and psychology. Students at the Keyser campus also have access to register for online courses on the Morgantown campus, though additional tuition and fees may apply.   

WVU Potomac State also offers three completely online degree options: 

Criminal Justice Bachelors of Applied Sciences

Depending on your motivation level, you may be able to complete a Bachelor of Applied Science degree (third and fourth year) in Criminal Justice in as little as 18 months. Many of the Criminal Justice-specific courses are designed in an eight-week, accelerated format, while the other online courses span the entire semester. This program could be completed entirely online so you can continue to work and attend to your other commitments. 

Associate of Arts in General Studies

The online Associate of Arts in General Studies allows you to achieve the milestone of a degree from West Virginia University, whether that degree alone allows you to advance professionally or is a milestone on the way to a bachelor’s and possibly master’s degree. You can tailor the elective courses within the degree to match your personal and professional interests.

Associate of Arts in Business Administration

WVU Potomac State College’s online Associate of Arts in Business Administration degree will give you a broad knowledge of business, combined with skills in technology, to prepare you for a variety of careers in a global business environment that is changing rapidly.

Complete schedule of courses

Accessing online courses at PSC: 

WVU Potomac State College’s online courses are offered through WVU eCampus, which is a Blackboard-based system. These online courses offer flexibility as they can be accessed from your computer, tablet, and smartphone devices. They are also available day and night, giving you more accessibility. To log in to eCampus, you will need your  WVU ID (Username) and  password. For those of you who are new to taking online classes, or have any questions, we recommend watching the video below and/or following the links provided to get started.

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How to be a Successful Online Learner:

Online learning varies greatly from the traditional classroom setting. Students who are interested in taking online classes need to be aware that most online courses are attuned to independent learning. Students take on more responsibility in regards to reading the course text, submitting assignments by deadlines, and responding to discussions posted by instructors. If you are considering becoming an online learner, here are some ideas on what it takes to be successful:

Important Information about PSC Online Classes:

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