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List of Cheap Colleges in Denver
Asked by: Chandely
Posted on Wed, 20 Oct 2010 06:47:03 GMT
Give me list of some nice and cheap colleges in Denver, USA for undergraduate courses in business studies.
Cheap and Affordable Universities and Colleges in Denver, Colorado
Aspen University is a nationally-accredited, distance learning university located in the United States that was established in the 1960s. Aspen offers degrees in technology management, information systems, business, project management, addictions counseling, nursing, and criminal justice. Aspen offers programs at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral level.
In-state tuition fees: $7,500
Community College of Denver (CCD) is a community college located in Denver, Colorado, United States. The main campus is at Auraria Campus, and it has five branch campuses named East, Lowry, North, Parkway and SouthWest. CCD focuses on underserved, first-generation and minority students. In 2006, nearly 60% of CCD students were first-generation and 50% qualified for financial aid.
In-state tuition fees: $3,525
National American University (NAU) is a for-profit university with multiple campuses in the United States. NAU has undergraduate and graduate programs. National American University offers core academic programs in accounting, applied management, business administration, allied health, criminal justice, healthcare management, health and beauty management, nursing, legal studies, and information technology. The graduate degree programs available include an M.B.A., a Master of Management degree, and a Master of Science in Nursing. Degree offerings vary by region. NAU also offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs online.
In-state tuition fees: $13,505
Westwood College, owned by Alta Colleges Inc., is a United States for-profit institution of higher learning with 17 campus locations in six states and online learning options. Westwood is accredited by national organizations including the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSC) and the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). Since its inception in 1986, Westwood has graduated more than 24,000 students. Westwood offers what it describes as "career-focused" diploma, associate, bachelor's and master's degree programs through its Schools of Business, Design, Justice, Technology, Healthcare, and Industrial Services. In recent years Westwood College has been the subject of controversy related to a series of lawsuits and some students' inability to transfer credits to other colleges and universities.
In-state tuition fees: $14,227
The Metropolitan State College of Denver (also known as Metro State) is a four-year college located in Denver, Colorado, United States. As of 2009, Metro State had the second largest enrollment of undergraduates of any college in Colorado. With 54 majors and 90 minors, the college is noted for a wide array of liberal arts and sciences programs as well as its teacher education, business, aviation, and criminal justice programs. In fall 2010, the college began offering master's programs in teacher education and accounting, with social work to begin in fall 2011. The college is noted for its fine athletic programs: Metro State's women's soccer team won the Division II National Championship in 2004 and 2006; the men's basketball team won the Division II National Championship in 2000 and 2002. Metro State is located on the Auraria Campus, along with the University of Colorado Denver and the Community College of Denver, in downtown Denver, adjacent to Speer Boulevard and Colfax Avenue. Metro State has an enrollment of over 24,000 students.
In-state tuition fees: $4,093
Argosy University, Denver is located at 7600 E. Eastman Ave in Denver, Colorado, about five minutes east of I-25, next to Tamarac Square. The Denver campus offers degrees in psychology, counselor education, marriage and family therapy, education, business, criminal justice, and liberal arts.
In-state tuition fees: $19,440
tiffanyG answered 6 years and 9 months ago
Here is the list of cheap colleges in Denver-
1. Community College of Denver
2. Yeshiva Toras Chaim Talmudical Seminary In-state-$7,850.00
3. National American University-Denver
4. Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology In-state-$10,875.00
5. Teikyo Loretto Heights University
6.University of Colorado Denver
Michael22 answered 5 years ago
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