College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Consistent with the mission of the University of the Virgin Islands, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences seeks to produce students who are self-directed problem solvers with the ability to apply critical thinking skills. In the Liberal Arts component, although many courses are offered in areas of French, Spanish, Art, Theatre and Philosophy, four B.A. majors are offered: English, Communication, Music Education and Humanities. Social sciences offers majors in social sciences, psychology, social work and criminal justice. In addition the college offers graduate degrees in public administration and psychology.
College of Science and Mathematics
The College of Science and Mathematics is committed to helping students excel academically and achieve productive careers through programs in academics, research and community service. The College provides degrees in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Marine Biology, Mathematics, Physics and Process Technology. Opportunities leading to degrees in engineering and medicine at affiliated universities augment our degree offerings. College faculty are committed to lifelong learning and scientific research, academic and pedagogical advancement, and outreach to the local community through service and enhanced opportunities.
School of Business
The School of Business facilitates business education to a diverse population of students, with its major focus on the territory of the United States Virgin Islands and the Caribbean region, providing students with the skills to succeed in a global environment. We are dedicated to the cultivation of leadership, intellectual query and discovery, social responsibility and lifelong professional development and growth through excellent teaching, scholarship and responsive community service.
School of Education
The mission of the School of Education is to dedicate itself to the success of all students through its excellent teaching and to prepare competent and effective P-12 teachers and other school professionals, including school administrators and school counselors, to function in highly complex and diverse settings and to promote academic excellence and student success in order to build a better future for individuals in the territory, the wider Caribbean and the world.
School of Nursing
The School of Nursing, in a learner-focused and multi-cultural environment, prepares its graduates to enter the humanistic profession of nursing which serves the client by facilitating optimal health or a dignified and peaceful death through the implementation of various roles. The graduates employ empirically based processes and theoretical formulations that guide understanding and interpretation of the client';s needs, behaviors and outcomes. The School is committed to preparing graduates who demonstrate competence, critical thinking skills, commitment to societal and individual betterment and professionalism while upholding an ethical code of conduct.
Office of the Provost
The Provost is the chief academic officer, the second line officer, the policy staff officer and reports to the President. The Provost is responsible for all matters relating to academic colleges and schools, academic programs, academic policy development, implementation and review, academic and student support services, enrollment management, research policy development, and research and public service. The units that report to the Provost are the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Public Service, the Office of Institutional Research and Planning, the Office of Access and Enrollment Services, the academic colleges and schools, Global and Graduate Education, the Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, the Honors Program, the Center for Student Success, the dean of students and the Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning (CELL) Center.