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What's the difference between a college and a university?

A college or a university may belong to an institution of higher education in the Us. In general, a college is smaller and usually does not offer graduate programs. A college can also be a division of a university. Both colleges and universities can award bachelor degrees. The exception to this, are community colleges and junior colleges which can only award two year Associate degrees and Certificates.

What is the difference between the MPA and MPP degrees?

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree is a professional degree for those who want a career in public service that involves management and decision making. This program develops skills used by leaders and managers to implement policies, projects, and programs. The Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree is a professional degree that places an emphasis on evaluating analytical skills to solve policy issues. MPP graduates work with quantitative and qualitative information to develop, assess, and evaluate alternative approaches to emerging issues and challenges.

How will I select my classes?

You will possess an academic adviser at your university. Your adviser will help you select classes and make sure that you are following the correct curriculum for your undergraduate major or graduate program of study.

Can I change my undergraduate major?

Most students in American colleges and universities may meet the problems. If you decide to change your major, discuss this with your academic adviser carefully. You academic adviser will provide sound advices.

When Will I Know I've Been Accepted in American Public University?

First-time Students will self-certify that they have completed high school or an equivalency program during the application, and are accepted upon submission of the application.

Undergraduate Transfer Students are accepted at the time of application. Their Admission packages are complete once their previous official college transcripts have been received and reviewed for transfer credits towards their programs. They may enroll in their first courses before the evaluation is complete and must submit all necessary documentation within 15 weeks of registering for their first courses.

Graduate Students are accepted at the time of application. They may enroll in their first courses before their official Bachelor's or Master's transcript(s) is received and must submit the transcript(s) within 15 weeks of registering for their first courses. Graduate Transfer Students are not required to undergo the transfer process, but are highly recommended in doing so if credits may apply to their degree plan.

Undergraduate Non Degree-seeking Students are accepted to our university upon completion of the admission application and self-certifying during the application that they have completed high school or an equivalency program.

Graduate Non Degree-seeking Students are accepted to our university once they have submitted the admission application. These students must send in an official copy of their Bachelor's transcript to complete their Admission package and to receive copies of their university transcripts upon completing courses.

How do I communicate with my tutor, via e-mail or through the mail system? Via e-mail is the fastest and most reliable way. If however you are not on line you my communicate with your supervisor via airmail or fax.

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