Established in 1855, the (USF) is nationally recognized as one of America's best colleges by . USF continues this tradition of academic excellence by offering exceptional education to professionals worldwide with online training in the most in-demand fields.
is located in Tampa, Florida, along Florida's magnificent coastline. Featuring thirteen colleges- Arts & Sciences, Behavioral & Community Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Global Sustainability, Marine Science, Medicine, Nursing, Honors, Pharmacy, Public Health, the Arts, and the University College- the University is home to more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Altogether, the university offers 232 degree programs. It is consistently recognized as one of the nation's major research universities, and is among the most competitive, admitting only 45% of applicants each year.
The University of Southern Mississippi is a research university with campuses in Hattiesburg and Long Beach, Mississippi. USM awards degrees through colleges of Arts & Letters, Business, Education & Psychology, and Health and Science & Technology. The school serves 17,000 students with approximately 170 degree programs. The school awards bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, as well as certificates. The breadth of degree options is reflected in Southern Miss's online offerings, which include bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and certificates in professional, technical, and liberal arts areas.
is a public university network in the State of Tennesee that maintains some sort of campus presence in every single one of the state's counties. Its main campus locations are at Knoxville, Memphis, Chattanooga, and Martin. It features agriculture, public service, and space institutes to enhance students academic experiences. It also plays host to several top performing state schools a large network of professionals. The school is particularly reknown for training future medical professionals at the Memphis campus and Tennessee's finest educators at all campuses.
Initially found by Ira Allen in 1791, the is the fifth college established in New England, following Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth and Brown. The school's initials are actually UVM -- Universitas Viridis Montis -- Latin for University of the Green Mountains. Begun as a private university, UVM now blends the traditions of both a private and public university, combing faculty-student relationships most commonly found in a small liberal arts college with the resources of a major research institution. UVM's academic programs features 54 master's and 24 doctoral programs, and an M.D. program through the College of Medicine. It has also expanded online with instructional quality matching that of on-campus courses.
The was founded in 1861, and is the largest college in the Northwest. The school is consistently ranked as one of the top public research universities in the country. University of Washington's online engineering offerings include a range of certificates, graduate degrees, and professional development classes. Current professionals will find a number of programs to hone their skills, from ultra-specific programs like Low Impact Development Certificates, to master's programs in broad disciplines like physics and mechanical engineering.
The was founded in Pensacola, Florida in 1955 by the Florida State Legislature. The University is one of eleven universities included in the State's public university system. Several smaller locations are placed around Western Florida, including on the coast, where students can take advantage of Florida's rich marine coastline. There are currently four colleges within the University of West Florida: the College of Science and Technology, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business, and the College of Professional Studies. The majority of students enrolled at the school are pursuing associate's degrees or bachelor's degrees.
is a leading graduate school of the social and behavioral sciences. The students and faculty of University of the Rockies are passionate for excellence in business and society.
is an educational community dedicated to developing men and women for a lifetime of servant leadership by emphasizing individual faith, responsibility, and initiative. Founded in Hobbs, New Mexico in 1956 as a two-year junior college, the University of Southwest now offers distance learning to students all over the world, delivering courses online with Blackboard and CAMS-Enterprise course management. The school features online Bachelors degrees and Masters in Education degree programs with emphasis in more than 10 tracks from Curriculum and Instruction to Special Education. An online MBA program was announced and added in 2009 to complement the array.
Founded as the Agricultural College of Utah in 1888, the Utah State University (USU) has grown into a public university notable for aerospace research. USU has delivered academic programs statewide for over 90 years and currently offers online courses to facilitate learning, as students select from certificate, endorsement, undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields such as Agribusiness, English, Personal Finance Planning, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Psychology.