Alexandria Technical and Community College is a two-year technical college in Alexandria, Minnesota. It is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, and receives about 2,100 full-time students yearly. The school offers 50 degree programs, which range from certificates to Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees. An Associate of Arts degree is made available, too. Another interesting fact is that Alexandria Technical and Community College has built a reputation for its high placement rate. Moreover, the campus has a law enforcement program, which only a... See full description.
Belmont Technical College is a two-year public college, headquartered in Ohio, USA. Established in 1971, the college has been serving the local communities for more than 30 years. The institution has made available the following degrees: Transfer Degrees; Associate of Arts (AA); Associate of Science (AS); Career/Professional Degrees; Associate of Applied Business (AAB); Associate of Applied Science (AAS); as well as Certificates. Classes are held during the day, in evenings, weekends, as well as in E-Learning (distance education). Two other locations except for the main campus are... See full description.
Bismarck State College is a community college in Bismarck, the capital city of North Dakota, USA. The school was founded in 1939 and offers two-year and four-year degree options. The types of educational offers include the following: transfer - first and second year of studies leading to a bachelor's degree. Students earn an associate in arts degree or an associate in science degree. Technical - about 40 programs leading to a program certificate, program diploma, or associate in applied science degree.
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SUNY is a system of public universities in New York, USA. It was established in 1948, and represents the largest system of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Overall, it has 64 campuses around the state, including four University Centers. Accordingly, the system offers all types of undergraduate, postgraduate, and distance learning programs with the purpose to preserve the high quality of education in the public institutions of New York. With regard to this, in 2010, SUNY launched a new strategic plan, which is called the Power of SUNY.