Everest University

Overview

Everest University, a subsidiary of Corinthian Colleges Inc., is a private, for-profit university based in Florida that also has campuses across the country. Everest University Online offers associate and bachelor’s degree programs in a variety of fields.

History

Everest University was founded as Florida Metropolitan University; Everest College combined Bryman College, Springfield College, Blair College and Mountain West College. Sister school Everest Institute combined Georgia Medical Institute, National Institute of Technology, Olympia Career Training Institute and Duff’s Business Institute. Everest University is now part of the Career Education Network through Corinthian Colleges.

Accreditation

Everest University is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.

Academics

Everest University offers online business degrees at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree levels.

Associate of Science: Everest University offers three associate degree programs in business that will provide a foundation of business knowledge and skills necessary to start a career in the field. Students at Everest can get an online associate degree in accounting, applied management or general business.

Bachelor of Science: Everest students can earn an online business degree in accounting, applied management or computer information science.

Master of Business Administration: Everest University’s online MBA program is available with three concentrations: general management, human resources management and international business.

Admissions

Prospective students can begin the enrollment process by contacting admissions representatives over the phone or online. Applicants will need to complete four steps:

Student Resources

Everest students have access to student technical and advisory support at all times. Students and graduates also can take advantage of Everest’s career placement services, which include advisers who can help with writing resumes, interviewing and finding a job.

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