Alliant is a private, not-profit university based in San Diego, California. The school is specialized in providing graduate study in psychology, education, business and management, law and forensic studies, as well as two year (junior and senior years)undergraduate bachelor’s completion programs in a number of fields. These are offered in six California cities - San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, Sacramento, and Fresno and four locations outside the United States. Another notable fact about the university is that it strives to provide students not only with a sound knowledge... 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.
The University of Illinois prides itself to be a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement. The school also emphasizes on the variety of programs it offers and its internationally renowned faculty. It operates campuses in Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield, enrolling about 70,000 students. The campus at Urbana-Champaign is known as "Illinois", "U of I", or “UIUC”, whereas the Chicago campus is known as “UIC” and the Springfield campus as "UIS".
The University of Illinois was founded in 1867 with the Urbana-Champaign campus, and was chartered as the... 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.
This is a public learning institution located in Morgantown city along the Monongahela River and it was established in 1867. West Virginia University offers over 200 undergraduate, graduate, doctorate and professional programs across its 15 colleges. Some of the graduate degrees include those offered at the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, College of Business and Economics, and the School of Medicine. The university has other campuses including Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, Potomac State College of West Virginia University in Keyser, and West Virginia... See full description.