Abilene Christian University (ACU) is a private university, founded in 1906. The school is based in Abilene, Texas and is also affiliated with Churches of Christ. The university is organized into the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Biblical Studies, Business Administration, Education and Human Services, the Graduate School, the Graduate School of Theology, the School of Information Technology and Computing, the School of Social Work, and the Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing. It receives about 4,500 students from across the USA and 60 other nations. Abilene Christian University takes... See full description.
Alabama State University is a public institution of higher education, established in 1867 in Marion, Ala. Initially it was a school for African-Americans, but over the years has turned into a reputable institution of higher learning, which receives students from all races. The university provides educational opportunities in nearly 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Along with the traditional teacher education programs, the school offers brand new, high-demand programs in health sciences, Ph.D. in microbiology and a minor in international business. The school takes special... See full description.
Albertus Magnus College is a small private liberal arts college in New Haven, Connecticut, United States. The college offers traditional undergraduate, accelerated undergraduate and traditional graduate degrees. There is also a New Dimensions program, which requires at least three years of relevant business experience. The school takes special pride in the fact that it is small and can offer a caring, personal atmosphere, where students can find the means of achieving their goals. Another interesting fact about the college is that it is situated about two miles (3 km) from the central... See full description.
Allan Hancock College is a public community college in California, situated in Santa Maria in northern Santa Barbara County. The college offers programs in forty-eight major fields, which range from accounting to wildland fire technology. The school also has an assigned University Transfer Center, responsible for assisting students with four-year university and college admission; support includes helping students with various requirements and major and department information for the California State University, University of California, and California Independent Colleges and University... See full description.
American InterContinental University Los Angeles was founded in 1970 and offers a diverse range of associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. These are focused on the fields that are most in demand in the current economy; they are interactive and highly customized. Students have the opportunity to study both on one of the university’s campuses, and online.
The institution strives to create a truly diverse cultural environment, for which reason both president and staff are open and accessible for any questions and queries. As far as accreditation is considered, the American... See full description.
The American River College is a community college, offering its educational services in Sacramento County, California. The college was establised in 1955 as an American River Junior College. The institution is a very popular choice among students in the greater Sacramento area, as it acts as a starting point for later transfer to competitive four-year universities (i.e. the University of California, Davis )and semi-competitive universities like California State University, Sacramento. Students, who are not aiming to transfer have the chance of enrolling for certification in... See full description.
Antioch University Midwest (AUM) is a US private university in Yellow Springs, Ohio. It serves adult students, and is part of the Antioch University system. Currently the school receives about 900 learners, 76% of which are enrolled on a graduate program. At the graduate level, AUM provides an M.A. in Conflict Analysis and Management, Management, Community Change and Civic Leadership, as well as a number of Masters of Education (M.Ed.) programs and endorsements certified by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The bachelor’s degrees available at the... See full description.
Arizona State University (ASU) is a public educational institution, premier research center and a leader in innovation. The American English and Culture Program (AECP) within the university was established in 1974, since when it has been dedicated to providing specifically-designed intensive English as a Second Language programs. The program has been welcoming students from more than 115 countries. Since it strives to offer cultural immersion, besides classes, field trips to various places in Arizona and a good range of activities ensure that students become familiar with ASU and the... See full description.
Atlantic International University describes itself as a non-traditional university, providing distance education to adult learners. The curriculum provided is flexible and highly individual for each student, while the concept of ‘self instruction’ is very much stressed.
The university offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees through its schools of Business and Economics, Science and Engineering, and the School of Social and Human Studies. Attendance at classes is not required. The schools has not gained any accreditation, as it perceives its programs to be unique ones,... See full description.
Augusta Technical College is a two-year college operating in Augusta, Georgia. Established in 1961, the school has embarked on the mission to promote the educational, economic, and community development of the Central Savannah River Area. The school has made available associate degrees, diplomas, and technical certificates. There are more than 100 programs studied at the institution, some of which are Allied Health and Nursing, Business and Personal Services, Information and Engineering Technology and Industrial Technology. Moreover, Augusta Tech is dedicated to constant development and... See full description.
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.
Baltimore City Community College is a two-year degree-granting college with two main campuses and satellite locations throughout the city of Baltimore. Established in 1947, the school serves the local community by currently offering a great variety of degree and certificate programs combined with affordable rates and extensive outreach opportunities. The programs are structured with the purpose of enabling students to easily find a job or continue their education in a four-year college. The options offered by the college include programs like General Educational Development, English as a... See full description.
Bay State College is a for-profit career college operating in Boston, Massachusetts. It was established in 1946 with the purpose of serving the airline industry. The school grants Associate and Bachelor Degrees, offering the following majors: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Entertainment Management, Audio Production, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Health Studies, Hospitality Management, Medical Assisting, Physical Therapist Assistant, Nursing, and Retail Business Management. The school is dedicated to the mission of successfully preparing... See full description.
Becker College is a college, located in Massachusetts, United States, established in 1978 through the merger of two other institutions. The school runs campuses in Worcester and Leicester as well as a satellite Center for Accelerated and Professional Studies, located in Southborough, MA. The college has made available 27 undergraduate degree programs, among which is a nursing program that is known to be one of the top 20 producers of registered nurses in Massachusetts. Bachelor, Associate and Accelerated Degree Programs are awarded in a variety of disciplines. Examples are a veterinary... See full description.
Bentley University is a private co-educational business school, operating in Waltham, Massachusetts, 10 miles west of Boston. The university was established in 1917 as a school of accounting and finance. Bentley follows the mission to produce quality business leaders in the dynamic environment of today’s world. The school offers a specialized undergraduate business curriculum - bachelor of science degrees are granted in 11 business fields and bachelor of arts degrees are made available in six arts and sciences disciplines. The graduate school provides opportunities in Business and... See full description.
Bergen Community College is an accredited two-year community college, serving the needs of Bergen County, New Jersey, USA. It was established in 1965 with the aim of providing affordable, comprehensive higher education in the area. The College operates three sites - in Paramus (main campus), Hackensack and Lyndhurst, which receive over 32,000 students. The institution offers degree, continuing education and adult education programs. Upon graduation, the students either go on to continue their studies in a four-year college, or they find jobs with the skills they have gained. Bergen... See full description.
Berkeley College is a higher education institution established in 1931. The school has a special focus on business and professional studies. Established in 1931, it currently offers Bachelor's and Associate's degrees in a wide variety of areas. About 9000 students are welcomed in the institution yearly, allocated to eight different locations, as well as Berkeley Online. The disciplines offered carefully bring together intense classroom instruction and practical hands-on learning to ensure up-to-date, competitive and relevant education. All degree programs incorporate faculty-monitored... See full description.
Binghamton University is a public research university in the state of New York, USA. It has established a good reputation as a multinational institution, combining interdisciplinary, international education along with a dynamic research program. The university's main campus is based in the Town of Vestal, with a supporting education center operating in the nearby downtown Binghamton. Binghamton has made available over 80 academic undergraduate majors and more than 30 graduate majors. Furthermore, the school offers interdisciplinary programs that allow individualized degree programs at... 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.
Online Programs and Courses, Online Bachelor of Applied Science, Continuing Education,... See full description.
Black Hills State University is a public university based in South Dakota. It offers both undergraduate and graduate opportunities for learners, and is organized into three colleges: College of Liberal Arts, College of Business and Natural Sciences, and College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. These have made available more than 80 major and minor degree options, 5 master degree programs, 4 associate degree programs, and 20 pre-professional programs. Some of the more interesting bachelor’s degree opportunities are Early Childhood Special Education, Exercise Science, Human Services,... See full description.
Boston University is a private research university based in Boston, Massachusetts. The school receives more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students, coming from over 140 countries, which makes it one of the largest private institutions in the USA. Programs are offered in 250 fields of study through sixteen schools and colleges. The degrees granted at the school include bachelor’s master’s and doctoral degrees, while among alumni and faculty there are 7 Nobel Prize Winners and 22 Pulitzer Prize Winners. Moreover, Boston University runs 75 study abroad programs in over 33 cities... See full description.
Boston University was established in 1839, and is an internationally recognized institution of world-class education and research, based in Boston, USA. More than 7,000 students from the United States and overseas take one of the school’s summer courses; these represent a great number of the university’s degrees and are offered both at the graduate and undergraduate level. In addition, there are the so-called Summer Highlights, which include some specialized courses like foreign languages, travel courses, and music programs. Summer Term is aimed at those who wish to gain further... See full description.
Breyer State University is a private, distance-learning institution, which was initially founded in Birmingham, Alabama. It is an unaccredited school, which as of September, 2010 lists an address in Los Angeles, California. Breyer State delivers bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and associate degree programs in various areas of study, including business, education, law, psychology, health care fields, and some counseling specialties.
Although the university has not gained accreditation by an accreditation agency, approved by the U.S. Department of Education, it has been granted... See full description.
Bucks County Community College was strategically founded in 1964, when its initiators carefully assessed the importance of such an institution within the social environment of a growing population. The school grants associate degrees and certificates, while also acting as a ‘stepping stone’ to a bachelor’s degree.
The college has a wide-ranging array of academic programs, all of which are staffed by professors holding degrees from some of the top US universities. At the same time, the institution is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association... 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.
Central Community College is an educational institution with numerous campus locations, serving a 25-county area in central Nebraska. The central administration of the college is based in Grand Island, while three main campuses are situated in Columbus, Grand Island and Hastings; moreover, there are educational centers in Holdrege, Kearney, and Lexington. Central Community College has made available 33 career and technical education programs with special emphasis on degree, diploma and certificate programs, which only require two years or less to complete. Furthermore, the college... See full description.
Central Connecticut State University is a public university based in Connecticut, United States. It is a regional institution, mostly focused on providing educational opportunities in the liberal arts and sciences as well as offering education for the professions. The institution is organized into five schools - the Carol Ammon School of Arts & Sciences; Business; Education & Professional Studies; Engineering & Technology; and Graduate Studies. CCSU has made available undergraduate and graduate programs through the Master's and sixth-year levels and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership.... See full description.
Century College is a two-year community college, operating in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, USA. The school was established in 1967 as Lakewood Community College Century. It provides liberal arts transfer degrees and professional programs. Furthermore, Century College offers over 60 different career programs and short-term certificate programs. The fields of study available include Advertising and Marketing, Art and Design, Automotive, Business and Management, Nursing, EMS, Industry and Industrial Design, Law Enforcement, Liberal Arts, Science, and Technology. Classes are offered online,... See full description.
Chattahoochee Valley Community College is a community college based in Phenix City, Alabama, United States. The college was founded in 1973 and serves the communities of Russell County, parts of Bullock, Lee, Macon, and Barbour Counties, as well as the Columbus, Georgia metropolitan area.
Chemeketa Community College is a 2 year public school in the West Coast of the United States. We offer Intensive English studies and over 120 majors. We serve over 175 International Students coming from over 43 different countries around the world. Chemeketa's education is affordable yet academically rigorous. As an International student at Chemeketa you will receive excellent academic support and preparation while enjoying the beautiful landscape of Oregon.
Some of our popular programs are: Intensive English, Hospitality Management, Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Graphic... See full description.
Christian Brothers University is a US university, established in 1871. This makes it the oldest degree-granting institution in the city of Memphis. The university is governed by the Christian Brothers, a Roman Catholic religious order. The school became co-educational in 1970, while currently women comprise 55% of the student body. Christian Brothers University is divided into the School of Arts, the School of Business, the School of Engineering, and the School of Sciences. Finally, CBU has made available various study abroad semesters in Australia, Brazil, China, England, France,... See full description.
City University of Seattle is a private non-profit university operating in Seattle, Washington. It was founded in 1973 as City College. The institution is divided into the School of Management, Albright School of Education, the Division of Arts/Sciences and Management Institute. It receives about 7,639 students worldwide (as it also has branches in various countries and offers online education). City University of Seattle grants certificates, associates, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, covering a wide range of fields, such as Business administration, Education,... See full description.
Clark College came into existence in 1933 by a group of visionary educators, who had a dream to provide higher education opportunities for South West Washington during the great depression. Clark College promotes highest standards of education and was granted initial endorsement in 1937 from five professors from University of Washington, followed by an accreditation from North West Commission on colleges and universities in 1948. Through the passage of time it has still maintained its standing even till today. The Clark College 2009-2014 Strategic Plan enables a framework for aiding... See full description.
Coleman University is a non-profit organization, established in 1963 as an educational provider of Information Technology. The specialized degree programs at Coleman include Web media design, information systems, computer networking and game design and development. The curriculum of Coleman is mainly dedicated to career preparation. This helps students at Coleman to become professionals in a very short amount of time. Coleman also offers distance learning programs, catering associate and bachelor’s degrees. Coleman is endorsed by the Accrediting Council for independent Colleges and... See full description.
College of Lake County was established in 1967, residing in the northeastern suburbs of Chicago. CLC has a variety of academic departments including Adult Basic Education (GED & ESL), Biological & Health Sciences, Business, Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts, Engineering Math & Physical Science as well as Social Sciences. Apart from basic studies, CLC also offers specialized programs for students such as transfer programs, career programs, professional development, small business workshops, and personal development.
The College of Southern Idaho (CSI) is a community college founded in 1965, located in Twin Falls, Idaho. CSI offers academic opportunities in arts, science, applied science and technical certifications. There are also transfer programs to other schools in the region (Idaho) such as Boise, Hailey, Burley and Gooding. Around 7000 students studying in CSI can take part in government activities, special interest clubs, athletic teams and fine arts production. CSI is accredited by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) which is a regional subsidiary authorized by the US... See full description.
The Community College of Aurora (CAA) located in Aurora, Colorado was founded in 1983. CCA has one other campus in Lowry, Denver and also offer online classes. CAA is sanctioned by The Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. CAA offers more than 40 degrees and certificates, which are transferable to most public colleges and universities in Colorado. Furthermore, CAA offers hands-on experience to students according to needs of business and industry. The schedule of classes is flexible to meet student’s demand, especially the “open entry”... See full description.
Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) was established in 1881 with its campus structured on 200 acres of beautiful Lake Michigan. CUW currently has more than 7000 students enrolled in all of its programs hailing from 30 countries worldwide. CUW has a 12:1 teacher student ratio and classes averaging 17 students. CUW encompasses five departments: Business School & Law Studies, Humanities, Arts & Science and Adult Education & Continuing Learning. CUW offers 60 undergraduate programs, 14 graduate programs and PhD degrees in Pharmacy, Physical Therapy and Nursing Practice. CUW is endorsed by... See full description.
Coppin State University (CSU) was established in 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Coppin is associated with the University System of Maryland. It is endorsed by Middle States Association of Colleges and School and Teacher Education and by National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education granted by Department of Education of Maryland. CSU is famous for its Basketball as the Coppin Eagles participate in the NCAA Division I and the Mid-East Athletic convention. Moreover, in 2008 Coppin was the Basketball champion in MEAC championship. CSU has seven units: Art & Science,... See full description.
The establishment of Cornell University took place in 1865 on East Hill, Ithaca, New York. The university structure has seven undergraduate colleges, seven graduate departments and two remote campuses; one in New York City and one in Education City, Qatar (First American Medical offshore school). The number of enrolled students at Cornell is over 20,000 from 120 countries worldwide. Cornell has an acceptance rate of only 15%. Cornell is the first institute to offer degree in Veterinary Medicine, PhD in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Engineering. Furthermore, Cornell holds credit... See full description.
Delaware Technical & Community College (DTCC) came into existence in 1966, comprising of 4 campuses. The campuses include Owens campus in Georgetown, Delaware, Stanton Campus in Newark, Terry campus in Dover and Wilmington campus in Wilmington. DTCC offers more than 140 academic programs consisting of 48 degree programs and 61 Certificate opportunities. Delaware Technical has a varsity team known as Roadrunners which has both a baseball and softball team. The baseball team was crowned champions in 2001 at the NJCAA Division II World Series.
DMACC is an educational institution in lowa which conducts its classes in Ankeny, Boone, Carroll, Des Moines, Newton and West Des Moines. In addition, DMACC is credited for a variety of online sessions. DMACC offers educational services in the fields of computing, nursing and vocational training, while offering major liberal arts subjects, too; mostly at the Ankeny Campus which is the largest campus encompassing 25 buildings of different departments. DMACC is closely associated with Iowa State University, the University of Iowa and the University of Northern Iowa. DMACC feels very... See full description.
Located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States, DeSales University started its operations in 1965 as a private Catholic educational venture. DU provides education according to the guidelines of Christian humanism formulated by Saint Francis de Sales. DU focuses on providing knowledge, related to personal, domestic and communal livelihood. Apart from studies, DU has more than 15 athletic teams, which take part in NCAA Divisions in games such as baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf and track events. Also, the Salesian Centre, a subsidiary of DU acts as a research & development... See full description.
In 1931 Devry University came into existence as an educational organization with subsidiaries: Devry University & Devry Institute of Technology. DU has over 80,000 students in both its undergraduate & graduate sections with more than 90 campuses across North America. The school offers degrees in science, technology, business, arts & management. DU runs on a tri-semester basis, which gives students the opportunity to finish off their degree before time, usually in 3 years. Keller Graduate School is a product of DU, which has made available masters programs in MBA, Accounting & Finance, HR,... See full description.
Dowling College came into existence in 1955 at Long Island, New York, United States as a private centre for Liberal Arts studies. DC has three campuses located in: Oakdale, New York (Main campus), Brookhaven Campus (Shirley New York) and Melville Centre (Melville, New York). DC is divided into four academic schools: School of Education, School of Arts & Sciences, School of Business and School of Aviation. In 2010 DC secured regional championships with Men’s Soccer, Men’s Lacrosse and Women’s Volleyball team. DC is endorsed by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools,... See full description.
Drexel University started its operations in 1891 as a research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. DU comprises of four academic units and nine different colleges. DU offers more than 150 undergraduate, masters, doctoral, part-time & accelerated programs. DU is famous for its Cooperative Education Program, which is considered to be one of the best programs in the whole of United States. DU has good relationships with many Fortune 500 companies, for example Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and Procter & Gamble. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked DU in... See full description.