Kevin L. Hall
M.S. in Information Systems
I was able to achieve my education goals, while keeping pace with the demands of growing a strong business. I greatly appreciate the top quality curriculum and the great professors with a strong dedication to meeting the needs of their students.
Ruth A. Cade, P.E.
M.S.E. Engineering, 2003
Catlettsburg Refining, LLC
Marshall’s graduate program in Engineering provided real-world emphasis on technical problem-solving and Engineering that not only improved my troubleshooting abilities, but prepared me for the responsibilities of being a Professional Engineer.
Stephanie R. Timmermeyer
M.S. Environmental Science, 1997
Former Cabinet Secretary,
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
The graduate program in Environmental Science gave me a chance to fully explore my interest in this inter-disciplinary field and enabled me to land my first job in environmental work. The variety of courses, as well as the full-time and adjunct professors who work every day in the fields they teach, help make the graduate program effective and dynamic.
J. Murray Tate, CSP, CHMM, CAIH
M.S. in Safety, 2002
Environmental Health Specialist
University of Delaware
I just received a letter from the Institute of Hazardous Materials Managers that I passed the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager examination of December 01, 06. But I’d like to point out how well my education at Marshall prepared me for the safety field. I have now taken the exams for the ASP, CSP, CAIH, and CHMM and passed each exam on my first try—even though the passing rates for these exams only run about 50 to 70 percent. The Safety Technology department at MU has done well.
Thomas Y. Kittredge
M.S. in Technology Management
President & Founder, Terradon
2000 WVE Young Gun
The Technology Management program at Marshall’s South Charleston Campus has afforded me the opportunity to learn principles and techniques that have enabled the growth of my high-technology business.