|Utah Valley University is not only one of the state’s largest institutions of higher learning with nearly 33,000 students, but it is also Utah’s youngest university. UVU was granted university status on July 1, 2008, and the following fall, classes started for the institution’s first graduate degree, the Master of Education program.
UVU currently offers three graduate programs of study that are rooted in engaged learning and fill regional needs: business administration, education, and nursing. These degree programs are coordinated through the Graduate Studies Office and are administered, respectively, by the Woodbury School of Business, School of Education, and College of Science & Health.
As its mission dictates, the Graduate Council promotes and supports excellence and engagement by providing administrative support and leadership to maintain and enhance graduate education at UVU. The Council is guided by the principles of quality, diversity, and integrity as it helps students prepare for meaningful, relevant careers.
You can find more information on graduate programs at UVU through the Graduate Studies Office or the college or school that houses the program. To contact Graduate Studies, please call (801) 863-6748 or email us. You may also write to:
Utah Valley University
Graduate Studies Office, MS 112
800 W. University Pkwy
Orem, Utah 84058-5999
Preparing for graduate school? UVU Career Services has dedicated services to help you in your graduate pursuits.
CHANGE: GRE® revised General test Information