In the College of Engineering, the number of graduates amount to 357, including 340 in bachelor degree and 17 in master degree while in the number of graduates in the College of Sciences stands at 324, including 301 in bachelor degree and 23 in master degree.
The number of graduates in the College of Commerce and Economy stands at 310, including 280 in bachelor degree and 30 in master degree.
The number of male and female graduates in the College of Arts and Social Sciences amounted to 491, including 460 in bachelor degree and 31 in master degree whilst the number of male and female graduates in the College of Law amounted to 168, including 136 in bachelor and 32 in master degree.
The number of male and female graduates in the College of Education stands at 428, including 347 in bachelor degree and 81 in master degree.
The number of male and female graduates from all colleges stood at 2422, including 2174 in bachelor degree, 247 in master and a graduate in PhD.
Students and parents increasingly would ask about the availability of a bachelor degree completion option at the two-year college--where students spent their two most formative years of the undergraduate learning experience.
Still other two-year colleges latched on to a two-plus-two baccalaureate completion strategy, aimed at preserving their primary two-year college mission and building several new bachelor degree completion options in fields of academic excellence, faculty strength, curriculum rigor, and, importantly, student need and employment demand.
Predicated in part on concerns over academic integrity, some four-year colleges and universities sought to constrain the proliferation of public two-year college bachelor degree programs.
These contemporary community college bachelor degree completion programs include both public and private university partners--such as Fairleigh Dickinson University and Warren County Community College in New Jersey, Berkshire Community College and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in western Massachusetts, and Roosevelt University and the City Colleges of Chicago.
AMEX: WIX) today announced that Sanford-Brown College, a subsidiary institution of the Company, will begin offering two new Bachelor degrees.
The two new Bachelor degrees will offer course work in Information Technology Management and Healthcare Administration.