is one of several campuses in the University of Michigan network. The Dearborn campus began its operations in 1959, with a donation from Ford Motor Company. The school maintains a 70 acre natural reserve that is among the largest in the city of Detroit. The University employs 381 professors and instructors to serve the approximately 8,600 students at the Dearborn campus. Both bachelor's degrees and masters degrees are available in several disciplines within the arts and sciences, business management, education, engineering, and computer science.
is a large, public university with its main campus located in the Twin Cities- Minneapolis and St. Paul. Other campuses are located in Crookston, Duluth, Morris, and Rochester. The school offers a wide array of degrees, from bachelor's to master's to doctoral degrees. It has also expanded to include a sizable online school. Founded in 1851, the school is estimated to have a network of about 400,000 graduates. The University's individual schools include Allied Health Programs, Biological Sciences, Continuing Education, Dentistry, Design, Education and Human Development, Extension, Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resource Sciences, Law, Liberal Arts, Management, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Affairs, Public Health, Science and Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, and Graduate Studies.
Known as Ole Miss, the University of Mississippi is the flagship school in the Mississippi public college system. The college, which serves more than 20,000 students, currently offers online degrees and courses through the School of Business, School of Education and School of Engineering. Ole Miss is a research university, with over $163 million going towards health, education, and cultural projects. The school has over 150,000 alumni worldwide.
The --known to students and alumni as Mizzou--often claims to be effectively two colleges in one: a large public research university and a major land grant institution. Missouri currently offers 280 degree options (including 75 online programs), in everything from agriculture, to engineering, to social work. It is one of only 34 public colleges to be a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities.
The University of Nebraska Kearney is a public four-year university serving 6,500 students from the Midwest, the nation, and the world. This medium-sized college offers degrees through colleges of natural and social sciences, business and technology, education, and fine arts & humanities. The college's undergraduate programs are rooted in the liberal arts and require students to complete course work from all four colleges. The university strives to offer excellent academic and cultural opportunities at reasonable prices. UNK currently offers many online degrees, with a special focus in education areas.
Since its founding in 1957, the University of Nevada Las Vegas has grown into a comprehensive public research university serving over 27,000 students. This metropolitan university awards degrees through colleges of education, fine arts, liberal arts, sciences, health sciences, urban affairs, engineering, business, hotel administration, law, and the graduate and honors colleges. 82% of the student body is enrolled as resident students and 18% is enrolled as nonresidents. UNLV now offers several bachelor's, master's, doctoral degrees, and graduate certificates through online learning.
The University of New England is a private university offering undergraduate and master's degrees, with programs in Biddeford and Portland Maine, as well as online. The university has a total enrollment of 7,330 and educates more Maine students in the health sciences than any other college. UNE offers degrees through six colleges: the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Dental Medicine, Westbrook College of Health Professions, College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Pharmacy, and College of Graduate Studies. Online program are currently available in education, social work, and health sciences areas.
Founded in 1891, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro educates more than 18,000 undergraduate and graduate students on its campus in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina and through its distance learning program. The school offers more than 100 majors and concentrations for undergraduate students and 87 master's and doctoral programs for graduate students, which are taught by more than 1,000 faculty members. Online students can similarly choose from a variety of undergraduate, graduate, or certificate programs. With over 81 percent of its freshman living on campus, it is recognized as a school with a particularly active campus life and student body.
The was the first college founded in North Dakota, and it has an alumni base that is over 100,000 strong. Their online and distance learning program is particularly robust, offering programs in arts and humanities, business, education, engineering, nursing and health, math and natural sciences, social sciences, and technology. Their programs encompass all levels of learning, from professional development classes and certificates to graduate degrees.
The University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) is a private, not-for-profit institution founded in 1920. UNOH offers online education in Accounting, Agriculture, Business Administration, Legal Assisting, Marketing, Health Care Administration, Health Information Technology, Office Technology, and Sports Management, with one MBA degree, 7 baccalaureate degrees, 12 associate degrees, and 7 diplomas available for distance learners to earn the credentials necessary to further their personal or professional goals.