US Colleges, US Universities, and Graduate Programs

Selecting the right program of study or type of institution to attend can be a very confusing process for any student. The diversity of institutions and programs of higher education available in the United States is amazing but it does not make the choice or search any easier. Bachelor’s degrees are available from undergraduate programs; graduate programs focus on postgraduate education leading to a Masters Degree or a doctoral degree; certificates or diplomas can be earned through Aviation Programs and Engineering programs.

With so many options out there, it is important to determine exactly what you are looking for in your studies. Each program of study will offer unique opportunities so doing your research will be a huge benefit.

Here, students will find links detailing what each school has to offer and what can be expected if you wish to gain admission.

Types of US Programs

  • Aeronautics
    American colleges and universities that offer aviation-related degrees, such as aircraft pilot, aircraft dispatcher, air traffic control, aviation maintenance, flight operations, etc.
  • Agriculture
    American colleges and universities that offer agricultural-related degrees, such as animal science, biology, chemistry, etc.
  • Business and Management
    American colleges and universities that offer business-related degrees, such as advertising, accounting, economics, international business, management, marketing, etc.
  • Communications
    American colleges and universities that offer communications degrees, such as public relations, communications theory, communications law and ethics, mass communications, media and advertising, electronic publishing, etc.
  • Computers
    American colleges and universities that offer computer-related degrees, such as computer training, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, information sciences, computer programming, software engineering, etc.
  • Engineering
    American colleges and universities that offer engineering degrees, such as bioengineering, chemical, civil, environmental, computer, electrical, industrial, materials science, or mechanical engineering, etc.
  • Health and Medical
    American colleges and universities that offer health-related degrees, such as dental, health and rehabilitation sciences, medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy, pre-med, psychology, veterinary, etc.
  • Law
    American colleges and universities that offer law-related degrees, such as corporate law, criminal justice, pre-law, law, legal studies, etc.
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
    American colleges and universities that offer liberal arts-related degrees, such as cultural studies, environmental studies, history, literature, music, philosophy, performing arts, political science, public and international affairs, religion, social work, theatre, visual arts, women's studies, etc.
  • Testing
    Tests necessary for admissions to American colleges and universities such as TOEFL, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, SAT, ACT, etc.
  • Veterinary Medicine
    American colleges and universities that offer veterinary medicine degress that focus on anatomy and physiology, clinical sciences and diagnostic medicine/pathobiology for animals, etc.
  • Women's Studies

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Types of US Schools