Keiser University

Overview

Keiser is a private, nonprofit career university in Florida, where it has 16 campuses and approximately 13,000 students. The university also has locations in China and Moldova. The school’s online division is based at the main campus in Fort Lauderdale. Online and international students make up 15 percent of the university’s population. The school awards certificates, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees online and in a traditional setting.

History

Keiser University was founded in 1977 and has grown to offer career studies in business, criminal justice, health care, technology, hospitality and education.

Accreditation

Keiser University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Academics

KU’s online division offers bachelor degrees in many business and technical-related fields. At the graduate level, the university features an online MBA among its advanced study options.

Admissions

KU Online: Undergraduate requirements vary by the type of student. Follow the directions on the school website to apply. Students can transfer as much as 75 percent of a program’s required credits from another accredited institution, so long as they earned a grade of “C” or higher in the class.

The graduate studies requirements vary by the type of student.

Student Resources

KU offers necessary information to its students through its blog.

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