The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences is dedicated to providing tools to ensure student success. To maintain that promise, CPASS offers several innovative programs to help students launch their academic career, while learning how to be successful and efficient in their studies.
Allows incoming students to complete one online course over the summer. Early Start students can choose between two courses that satisfy graduation requirements for all CPASS majors.Benefits include:
Students have the option to enroll in one of the college's one-year, online MS programs following completion of an undergraduate degree.View online programs
Mykal Manswell checked out numerous universities before selecting the WVU CPASS Sport and Exercise Psychology program. “The CPASS SEP program is special. The major is not offered in many places in the country. Plus, it allows me to combine my interest in athletics and psychology.”
A CPASS professor’s partnership with a high school robotics team has led to the development of a robot that will enable kids with special needs to kick a soccer ball. The educational goal of the partnership is to develop a new assistive technology resource for use in the clinical setting.
Katie Sick loves her job as a physical education teacher and she wants to be the best teacher she can be. That’s why she is studying for a master’s degree in Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) from WVU Online.