UC is a premier, community-based university that offers education to meet the needs of traditional students and adult learners. UC offers a rigorous academic experience for over 2,300 students on campus and online, offering both undergraduate and graduate studies programs. The campus is located on the banks of the Kanawha River in Charleston, West Virginia with a panoramic view of the Capitol building as a dramatic backdrop. The Universitys mission is an expression of shared values and goals. These include: • Offering selected quality programs affording professional preparation in a liberal arts environment • Preparing students to live in an increasingly complex and changing society by helping them develop the knowledge, abilities, and character needed to be lifelong learners • Utilizing and enriching the strong relationship between the University and the greater Charleston community to prepare students for a life rich in community involvement The University of Charleston has three locations in West Virginia: Charleston, Beckley and Martinsburg. UC also offers students from around the globe the opportunity to earn bachelor and master’s degrees online. UC offers nearly 40 undergraduate and graduate degrees for a variety of majors. UC also offers diverse graduate programs in our School of Business & Leadership | School of Pharmacy | Physician Assistant Program The University of Charleston has four schools and one specialized program on campus to choose from to help you achieve your academic and career goals. 1. School of Business and Leadership 2. School of Pharmancy 3. Physician Assistant Program 4. Arts and Sciences 5. Health Sciences UC Facts & Stats • Fall 2016 enrollment: 2,425 • Student/Faculty Ratio: 14 to 1 • Average ACT score for entering freshman: 23 • Average SAT score for entering freshman: 963 • Average GPA for entering freshman: 3.42 • International students represent 41 different countries • UC is one of 12 colleges chosen as a model for the First-Year Experience • 90% of graduates are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation • One of Princeton Reviews 2015 Best Colleges: Region by Region • UC offers six graduate programs, including doctorates of pharmacy and executive leadership, and masters degrees for physicians assistant, strategic leadership, business administration (MBA) and forensic accounting. • Most popular undergraduate majors are nursing, business, education, biology and pre-med/pre-pharmacy • UC has been ranked as a "Military Friendly School" for six consecutive years by Victory Media. • UC is the 17th best regional college in the South for military veterans, according to ranking by U.S. News & World Report. Top Research/Researchers: All research with human subjects carried out by University of Charleston faculty and/or students must be approved by the UC IRB. No research involving human subjects may begin without express written consent from the University of Charleston’s (UC) Institutional Review Board (IRB). All Investigators must complete or have completed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) training course “Protecting Human Research Participants”, within the past 3 years. A current certificate for each investigator must be submitted with each application. The IRB meets quarterly (August, November, February, and May). Special Meetings may be called on an as needed basis. The following documents detail the procedure for submitting an application for approval of a research project. If you have concerns, please contact Dr. Juliana Serafin at: [email protected]
The following is the list of scholars from UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.