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Daniel Webster College

Daniel Webster College, founded in 1965, is one of the few for-profit universities in United States. In mid 2000, the university faced serious financial problems that triggered the loss of educational accreditation and federal funding; hence its later alteration to “for-profit” status. Daniel Webster College is located in the suburban area of Nashua, New Hampshire. Aside from the main Nashua Campus, there is also another campus known as Portsmouth Campus. Daniel Webster is a proprietary college accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. At present, there are 940 students from 22 states and 15 foreign countries studying in the university. The student to faculty ratio is 12:1.

Daniel Webster College offers programs for Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s, adult, and online degrees to meet specific students’ needs. The Associate’s degree programs are offered in the schools of Aeronautical Engineering, Aviation Operations, Business Management, Information Systems, Engineering Science, and General Studies. Bachelor’s degree programs are offered in the schools of Aviation Sciences; Business, Management, and Professional Studies; Engineering and Computer Science; and Arts and Sciences. There are also some interdisciplinary majors and adult programs. Master’s degrees are available in Applied Management, Technology and Innovation Leadership, and Applied Sports Management. Online courses are offered for certain programs and cover as many options as possible to allow feasible studies for non-traditional students. Online courses are also offered.

There are five halls of residence which house nearly 500 students. Tuition cost for online course and continuing education is around $275 per credit hour. Tuition cost for Master’s programs range from $529 to $650 per credit hour.

Reference:Daniel Webster College @ College Crunch

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