Eastern Kentucky University
Located in Richmond, Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky University is an accredited institute dedicated to provide quality education to students with diverse career objectives. It has campuses in Corbin, Danville, Manchester, Fort Knox, Lancaster, and Somerset. It is a regional, public institution of higher education that offers a wide array of general and liberal arts programs. Also, it extends pre-professional and professional training in education and several other areas of specializations. Students can pursue undergraduate and graduate programs at Eastern Kentucky University through its 5 colleges. These include:
· College of Arts and Sciences
· College of Education
· College of Justice and Safety
· College of Business and Technology
· College of Health Sciences
Other than campus based institutes, Eastern Kentucky University also offers distance learning programs. More 16,000 students are benefiting from different degree programs at Eastern Kentucky University.
Courses offered at Eastern Kentucky University
Students can choose from over 168 degree programs at Eastern Kentucky University. They can enroll in associate, bachelor and master's degree programs. It also offers an Educational Doctoral Program for students who want to pursue a career in the field of education. Students can enroll in programs in paralegal studies, police studies, fire protection administration, occupational safety, corrections and juvenile justice studies as well as homeland security. Art & design, biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, economics, English & theatre, geography & geology, history, music, philosophy & religion, physics & astronomy and agriculture include some other concentrations in which students can choose to specialize in.
Eastern Kentucky University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges. The organization has approved EKU to award associate, bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees.
Eastern Kentucky University offers monetary aid to students on the basis of need and merit. Students who qualify can avail financial aid in the form of grants, loans, employment, and/or scholarships.