Philadelphia University is a prominent educational institute located in the United States. The focus of the institute is to provide students with innovative educational programs that can give them an edge of over individuals in similar field. It believes in fostering leadership skills within students so that they can pursue highly rewarding job opportunities within their chosen area of specialization. Spread over 100-acre, Philadelphia University offers about 40 professional undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The campus comprise of 50 buildings including historic Victorian mansions, contemporary classroom, library and residential facilities. The university includes a number of schools namely:
· School of Architecture
· School of Business Administration
· School of Science and Health
· School of Engineering and Textiles
· School of Liberal Arts
· School of Design and Media
There are about 3,500 students 50 states and more than 50 countries that are enrolled in different programs at Philadelphia University.
Courses offered at Philadelphia University
Philadelphia University offers degree programs in several concentrations. Students can enroll in undergraduate or graduate degree programs in concentrations such as:
· Construction Management
· Fashion Design
· Graphic Design
· Health Sciences
Programs are also offered in Industrial Design, Interactive Design/Media, Interior Design as well as International Business. Students who are interested in the field of law or marketing can also enroll in relevant degrees at Philadelphia University. Pre-Medical Studies, Professional Communication, Psychology, Textile Design, Occupational Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies are also offered here.
Students who cannot pay for the cost of education at Philadelphia University can apply for financial aid. The university offers monetary help, to the students who are eligible, in the form of loans, assistantships and/or scholarships.
Philadelphia University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.