Post University

Overview

Calling itself “student-focused, career-driven,” Post University offers associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of industry-oriented fields. Based in Waterbury, Conn., the school offers online degrees, blended learning options and traditional campus-based programs.

History

Post University was founded in 1890. The school began working with Vietnam War veterans in 1976 to help them return to a productive working life by finishing or starting degrees. In the 1980s, Post began working with corporations to extend learning opportunities to their employees. It also worked with high schools. Launched in 1996, the school’s online degree programs have expanded rapidly.

Accreditation

Post University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. The Post University School of Business is a candidate for accreditation through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP).

Academics

Post University offers degrees at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s levels. It also offers professional certificates in an online format.

Students pursuing an associate degree at Post University online can choose study tracks in accounting, early childhood education, legal studies, management or marketing.

Bachelor’s candidates can earn degrees in the following fields: business, education, health and human services, and information technology.

Master’s degree candidates can study in the following areas: business, education and human services. They can also earn professional certificates.

Admissions

Admissions requirements differ by the type of degree sought. Contact Post University for additional details.

Student Resources

Post University’s online students have access to academic advisement, career support services, library digital services and technical support—the same as its campus-based students.

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