Private Colleges Offering Two-Year Programs
Two four-year private universities recently introduced two-year associate degree programs for prospective students. Starting next fall, the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota will offer a liberal arts associate degree for financially-strapped students carrying a 2.5 high school grade point average. Applications for the program will be accepted once the university receives approval from the accreditor. Also, New York City’s Yeshiva University will launch an associate of science degree program for students that failed to meet the requirements for its bachelor’s programs but still want to attend the school.
Topics: Private Colleges & Universities