Avila College is a Roman Catholic Independent school for girls, founded in 1965. It is situated in the Melbourne suburb of Mount Waverley and offers liberal arts, professional, undergraduate and graduate education to both domestic and international students. The main purpose of the university is to achieve academic excellence by providing an educational experience rooted in the Catholic tradition and in the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph. All educational endeavors within the institution emphasize communication and thinking skills, knowledge, and personal, social and spiritual... See full description.
Butler University is a private institution of higher education, situated in Indianapolis, Indiana. The school was established in 1855 and is named after the founder Ovid Butler. It delivers 60 degree programs. These include 55 undergraduate, one first professional and 17 master's degrees. The school receives about 4,400 students yearly and is organized into six colleges: business, communication, education, liberal arts and sciences, pharmacy and health sciences, and fine arts. Moreover, Butler has ranked 2nd in the U.S. News & World Report'sAmerica's Best Colleges 2010 for Top Midwestern... See full description.
Ferris State University was founded in the year 1884 by Woodbridge N. Ferris. The university is located in Michigan, USA. They offer several courses and programs including doctorate, master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees. Some of the faculties and colleges at the University include Allied Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Human Services, Pharmacy, Pptometry, Engineering etc. With several campuses all around Michigan, Ferris State University offers a state-wide flexibility in location and enrollment. The University has made available prepaid meal and... See full description.
Ithaca College is a private institution founded in 1892 as a music conservatory. It is located in the South Hill of Ithaca, New York, but is known internationally for its communications program, provided by the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Four other schools offer more than 100 degree programs: School of Business; School of Health Sciences and Human Performance; School of Humanities and Sciences; and School of Music. The college’s main focus is on liberal arts, but a couple of pre-professional programs are available as well as graduate ones. It is known to be a center of a... See full description.
Montgomery College is a public, open-access community college, which was established in 1946, when its first classes were held in the evenings at a local high school. It is located in Montgomery County, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C. in the United States. The college awards two-year associate's degrees and a variety of professional certificates and letters of recognition. The degrees offered are Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.), Associate of Arts in Teaching (A.A.T.), and Associate of Fine Arts (A.F.A.). Graduates of... See full description.
Tennessee Tech University was established in 1915, and is a public university, located in Cookeville, Tennessee, USA. The university mainly concentrates on undergraduate education in the fields of engineering and technology, but also offers degrees in education, agriculture, nursing, and liberal arts. Graduate degrees are available, too – such can be pursued in engineering, education, business, and the liberal arts. The school is deeply engaged with research, creative initiatives, and public service. It also prides itself with the personalized approach it offers to students with more... See full description.
Ohio State University is a public research university, and currently has the third largest university campus in the United States. Located in Columbus, Ohio, it was founded in 1870 as a land-grant university. Now the university has also established regional campuses in Lewis Center (the Delaware Center), Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark. Furthermore, Ohio State operates small campuses and research facilities at the Gibraltar Island, the Ohio agricultural research and development center, and the Ohio agricultural research institute in Wooster.
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The University of Colorado is perceived as a leader in both research and higher education in the Rocky Mountain region in the USA. Its grounds were laid in Boulder, in 1876, since when the institution has grown to encompass four campuses, one of which includes the newest biomedical and health center in the world. The public university offers a very diverse range of programs on the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as professional study. More than 2500 courses are provided in more than 150 areas. Online distance education options are available for those, seeking such an opportunity. See full description.