Is Berne University accredited?
Berne University was originally intended to provide an alternate to attaining an graduate degree without having to regularly attend at university campus. It was actually a wonderful idea, because it included the physical attendance of a semester in the West Indies, while having a mentor at a major university at your home location. All of whom had to be accepted by the University. I do not know who wrote the prior information, but it sounds like someone who had an axe to grind. When one thinks that University of Phoenix and the like are accredited without requiring any physical attendance it is not so strange. I think Berne was ahead of its time and traditionalists might not have been quite ready for it. The University has since changed ownership and name. Those who earned degrees from Berne were required to fulfill all of their class curriculum (not a mill by any means) and have written dissertations in the traditional manner and only accepted with APA standards. If, on the other hand you mean university of Bern, the Swiss capital, it's one of the big,established universities of Switzerland. With about 10,000 Students ( my estimate). In 1905 Albert Einstein accomplished his work about the photoelectric effect to get habilitation at the University of Berne (Switzerland). This work was later awarded the Nobel Prize.
If it's this University you meant, yes, it's accredited. But there are several departments... as everywhere, some of them are more famous than some others.
If it's this University you meant, yes, it's accredited. But there are several departments... as everywhere, some of them are more famous than some others.
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According to their website, the University of Phoenix has beenaccredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North CentralAssociation since 1978. The NCA is the accrediting organization fora large number of schools including all of the Big Ten and most ofthe Big Twelve schools. Some of the Univ…ersity of Phoenix'sprograms have individual accreditations by trade-specificaccrediting organizations. (MORE)
Walden University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission,and has been since 1990. In 2013, they were reaffirmed by the HLC.
Stratford University has been endorsed and/or accredited by an broad range of organizations and agencies. . Stratford University is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) to award degrees through the master's level. . Stratford and ACICS are recognized …by the United States Department of Education and by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). . Stratford has been authorized to award degrees and diplomas by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). . Stratford is recognized and authorized by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to issue a Form I-20 for an F-1 Visa and to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. . Stratford is authorized to award Federal Student Aid, including both loans and grants for eligible US citizens and permanent residents. . Stratford's nursing program has been approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing. . Stratford's culinary programs have a second accreditation (programmatic) with the American Culinary . . Stratford is a member of the Northern Virginia Technology Council. (MORE)
Yes, Touro University International is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. See the Related Link below.
If you're talking about this place... . Bellevue University . 1000 Galvin Road South . Bellevue, NE 68005-3098 . (402) 293-2000 (phone) . (402) 557-5438 (fax) . ...then, yes, it is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA-HLC), …which is one of the United State's six big "regional" accreditors approved by the US Department of Education (USDE), and the USDE-sanctioned Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). . The far easier way to determine such things, though, is to just take one or two minutes (it literally only takes that long) to look-up the school in question in either or both of the USDE and/or CHEA databases. I've put links to them in the "sources and related links" section of this web page, below. . As long as any school is listed in at least one of those databases, then said school is at least accredited by a USDE- and/or CHEA-approved agency; and that's good, even if the accreditor is not one of the "regional" ones. Accreditation by any of the USDE- and/or CHEA-approved "national" accreditors is good and has merit, too. However, many consider "regional" accreditation the "gold standard" of accreditation, and some even insist on it. . So then, not all USDE- and/or CHEA-approved accreditors are "regional" accreditors. In the "sources and related links" section, below, is a link to the CHEA list of "regional" accreditors. Even if the school in question is listed in either or both of the USDE and/or CHEA databases, its accreditor is one of the "regional" accreditors only if it appears on the aforementioned CHEA list. . Use those databases next time, rather than asking in a place like this. It's better and faster and far more reliable. . Be sure to check the "sources and related links" section, below. . (MORE)
The history of the University of Phoenix dates back to 1976, andthe school received regional accreditation in 1978. It has nearly250,000 undergraduate students.
Since February 1960, Chaminade University has been accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, (WASC), the nationally recognized agency for accreditation of post-secondary institutions in its area of the United Sta…tes. (MORE)
Capella University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. They have also earned professional accreditations as well. .
Ashwood University is not accredited by any recognised accreditation body. As such, its degrees may not be acceptable to employers or other institutions, and use of degree titles may be restricted or illegal in some jurisdictions. The Toronto Star reports that Ashwood University operates out of Pa…kistan. (Wikipedia). For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
College and university accreditation is voluntary. The institution will choose the type of accreditation of interest, apply for membership, but must meet the established criteria particular to the accrediting agency. Within the US, the accreditation with the highest standards is the regional accredi…tation. There are six regional accrediting agencies. (MORE)
Yes, The University of the Caribbean is Accredited by Caribbean Association of Higher Education Accreditation. (CAHEA). http://caohea.net/institutions.html
If you are referring to Rice University Houston, Texas, the school has the preferred regional accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Therefore, the coursework and degree one completes trough this institution of higher learning will be recognized by all other colleges and …universities as well as employers. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (College Board) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
Yes, Colorado State University has the preferred regional accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is a College Board member. Therefore, the coursework and degree one completes through this institution of higher learning will be recognized by all other colleges and …universities as well as employers. (MORE)
As you earn your online university degree, you will receive the support and leadership of exceptional Faculty Mentors. Our Faculty Mentors are experts in online university education, with vast experience in distance learning methods, who encourage each learner's active participation in the pursuit o…f their online university degrees. Through personalized one-on-one mentoring and guidance, our Faculty Mentors come to understand each online university student's learning style and needs. Whether you have questions regarding course material or a certain assignment, your Faculty Mentor collaborates with you every step of the way to ensure your success in your pursuit of an online university degree.. (MORE)
Ashford University Clinton, Iowa Yes, Ashford University has the preferred regional accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and is a College Board member. Therefore, the coursework and degree one completes through this institution of higher learning will be rec…ognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click under the related links section (College Board) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
Yes. It is accredited by the Privy Council since 1248. In addition, many of it's departments are also independently accredited. It is a member of: Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU); European University Association (EUA); International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU); League… of European Research Universities (LERU); Coimbra Group; The Russell Group; Universities UK (MORE)
Yes, the University of Georgia has the preferred regional accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is a College Board member. Therefore, the coursework and degree one completes through this institution of higher learning will be recognized by all other colleges and unive…rsities as well as employers. (MORE)
Yes, the university has the preferred regional accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a College Board member. Therefore, the coursework and degree one completes through this institution of higher learning will be recognized by all other colleges and universitie…s as well as employers. (MORE)
Northcentral University Prescott Valley, Arizona Yes, Northcentral University has the preferred regional accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Therefore, the coursework and degree one completes through this institution of higher learning will be recognized by… all other colleges and universities as well as employers. (MORE)
Ashwood University is accredited. Generally, accredited universities are considered legitimate and they are authorized to issue degrees. You can take classes online or life experience degrees. Unlike the University Of Phoenix, which is the largest online University, most online schools are not welco…me, for money issue's and paying members of accreditation facilities. Ashwood offers flexibility and no dead lines. Study and take test when you are ready. (MORE)
Answer 1: Yes, Davenport University is an accredited university. You can see their list of accreditation here in the Related Link below. . Answer 2: Actually, the link referred to in "Answer 1" is no longer working as I write this; however, I've now corrected it to the actual page where the acc…reditation information is provided. However, as a matter of practice, no degree seeker should ever, ever, ever trust such information on any school's web site. If it were a degree mill, you can bet it would be a lie. So you must always, always, always verify a school's accreditation (or claim thereof). Fortunately, it's both easy, and it takes just seconds to do. In fact, it'll take you far longer to read, immediately below, how to do it than it will ever take you to actually do it, once you know how. First, in answer to the question, it's only accredited if we're talking about this place: Davenport University 6191 Kraft Avenue SE Grand Rapids, MI 49512 United States (616) 698-7111 (phone) (616) 698-0333 (fax) http://www.davenport.edu. If we're not, then it's a degree mill; and I make that point only because there is, in fact, a degree mill out there with a confusingly similar name which intentionally tries to mislead people. Be very careful to only choose the legitimate school that's really-and-truly accredited... ...which brings me to an important tip for people who ask questions like this in the future, to wit: Determining whether any US college or university (or seminary, or trade school, or other US institution of higher learning) is accredited is as easy as looking-up the school in question on either or both of the US Department of Education (USDE) web site, or the USDE-sanctioned Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) web site, at: . USDE database - http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation . CHEA database - http://www.chea.org/search The USDE and/or CHEA approve all accreditors; and also maintain their own databases of all the schools with their approved accreditors have accredited. If an accreditor is not approved by either or both of USDE and/or CHEA, then it is not an accreditor. Bogus schools create bogus accreditors (and fancy both names and web sites for them), so don't fall for the lies that they will tell you. The accreditor must be approved by either (or both of) USDE and/or CHEA, or it is positively not really an accreditor. Period. There are a tiny handful of accreditors approved by USDE, but not CHEA (and vice versa), so if any given school isn't in the first database you check, then check the other one. While most legitimately-accredited schools are in both database, there are a precious few that are in one but not the other. So do check both databases. If a given school isn't in at least one of those two databases, then it is positively -- no matter what the school claims -- not accredited. Do not fall for any lie of explanation that the school tries to feed you. The school's either in the USDE and/or CHEA database, or it's not; and if it's not, then it is not accredited; and if it is, then it is accredited. Simple as that. If a school so recently accredited that it's not yet in either the USDE and/or CHEA databases. If that's the case, though, simply find out which accreditor the school claims has accredited it; and then verify that it's a real accreditor by making sure it's on either the USDE's or CHEA's list of approved accreditors at: . USDE Accreditors - http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/Agencies.aspx . CHEA Accreditors - http://chea.org/Directories/index.asp If the accreditor isn't on at least one of those two lists, then it is not a legitimate USDE- and/or CHEA-approved accreditor. Do not fall for the bogus school's (or its bogus accreditor's) lies about it. And don't fall for any claims that there are independent or any other kinds of accreditors -- especially religious ones -- which are legitimate, even though they're not USDE- and/or CHEA-approved. If they're not USDE- and/or CHEA-approved, then they're not accredtors. Period. If the accreditor is on either or both of the USDE and/or CHEA lists (and so really is an approved accreditor), then access its web site only from the link to it shown on those lists... ...and then once you're on the accreditor's web site, its list of accredited schools should be fairly up-to-date (and so should show the extremely-recently-accredited school which isn't yet in either the USDE or CHEA databases. If the school you're looking for, which claims to be accredited by said accreditor is not even on the accreditor's website (yet... because it's been accredited so recently), then simply fire-off an email to the accreditor, or call it on the telephone, and have it verify that the school in question is, in fact, accredited by it. Remember that the names that the degree/diploma-mills sometimes give to their fake accreditors are often intentionally confusingly similar to the names of real accreditors (because they're hoping that the degree-seeker will have a "close is good enough" sort of attitude; and so will be fooled). Always verify that the accreditor is real by finding it on the aforementioned CHEA and/or USDE web site lists of approved accreditors; and then only access said accreditors' web sites from the links provided therein. And then only believe whatever you are told by the real and actual accreditor. Doing all of this, by the way, takes only seconds. It has taken you many times longer to read about it, here, than it actually takes to do it, once you know how. The person writing this answer has also, long ago, created shorter and easier-to-remember links to both the USDE/CHEA-approved lists of accreditors, and to the legitimately accredited schools in the USDE and CHEA databases, to wit: . http://tinyurl.com/usde-accreditors . http://tinyurl.com/chea-accreditors . http://tinyurl.com/usde-database . http://tinyurl.com/chea-database Double-check them for yourself and see that they, indeed, go to all the URLs earlier herein listed, above. Thereafter, just use these easier-to-remember links, instead of the longer and harder-to-remember ones earlier herein provided. . (MORE)
Lydon University is a fully accredited University recognized by Global Accrediting Online Education Bureau (GAOEB)..
I think this question all depends on what type of accreditation you are looking for. There are several schools who offer online MBA programs with several different types of accreditation. As you probably know, the AACSB accreditation is the best accreditation you will find for an online MBA program.… I recommend you go check out some different websites to help in your search. One good website is: http://www.toponlinembas.com (MORE)
Yes. The government of Michigan has put together a list of non-accredited universities and unrecognized accrediting agencies, found in the Related Link below.
Yes the one in Arlington VA is.I work full time and go to school online.
Corllins University is not accredited by any agency recognized bythe Council on Higher Education Accreditation or the US Departmentof Education. Corllins University not licensed to operate in the state or Oregon. Corllins University is not accredited with the Better BusinessBureau. The BBB reports t…hat Corllins complaints are returned dueto a false address. (MORE)
Answer 1: Yes only partially and some employers do not recognize there degrees as authentic. yes and no . Answer 2: Don't let the shills confuse you about "accreditation". If you do nothing to earn the degree (and unfortunately "life experience" counts as nothing -- as does the bogus online tes…t) you get a degree worth nothing. In fact, if you try to pass it off as a real degree in a job application you will likely be committing fraud.. Answer 3: Answer 1 is completely incorrect. Even without looking-up CAST to see whether or not it's accredited, there is simply no such thing as "partially" accredited; and if the school really is legitimately accredited, then its degrees are authentic, whether or not employers "accept" them. And any employer which won't accept any degree from a legitimately accredited schools is probably one for which no self-respecting person would ever want to work. So, then, there's no such thing as "yes and no" as the answer to whether any school -- not just CAST -- is accredited. Sadly, there are accredited schools with sufficiently checkered pasts that some employers don't think much of their degrees. University of Phoenix (UOP) comes to mind, but there are a handful of others. And UOP, to be clear, is "regionally" accredited by an agency approved by the US Department of Education (USDE) and the USDE-sanctioned Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). So, then, in other words, UOP has the exact same kind of accreditation as Havard, or Yale, or any well-known state college or university. But just remember that accreditation is a MINIMAL standard... the standard below which the school simply cannot fall and still be considered accredited. At the other, higher end of the spectrum is the school's maximal or optimal quality. Harvard and Yale are up at that end of the scale, and most other schools, then, fall somewhere else along said scale. So accreditation doesn't speak to maximal or optimal quality; rather, it speaks only to minimal quality. But a school's being accredited, even if it's on the lower end of the quality scale, still means that it's legitimate, and academically rigorous; and also that government loan money may pay for its coursewor; and also that its courses are generally transferable to other accredited schools, and that its degrees are generally acceptable to other accredited schools as requisite for admission into higher-level degrees programs. And UOP, while almost literallly laughed-at by some employers (usually only ones who don't really understand how it all works), is nevertheless "regionally" accredited... which is generally considered to be the best kind of USDE- and/or CHEA-approved accreditation. UOP, then, in spite of its history, should be respected by all employers at least enough to acknowledge that its degrees are acceptable, generally speaking. However, certain jobs obviously require higher-level degrees. Many financial firms, for example, will not accept even a regionally-accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree unless it's also accredited by the USDE- and CHEA-approved accreditor "The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business" (AACSB). And so it's okay for an employer to judge one school better than another, but it's always better if the school can point to the better school's objectively-determined better qualities, such as, for example, AACSB accreditation, in the case of business degrees. But, of course, this answer is not about UOP. I only cited it as an example of an accredited school which, nevertheless, gets a bad rap from at least some employers... even despite its "regional" accreditation. And Answer 2, while well-intentioned, gets it a tiny bit wrong, too. Here's the correct information... Yes, degree/diploma-mill shills (usually owners of such places, or those who claim bogus credentials from them) will come in here and write that a given school is somehow credible when it is, in fact, not. That's what Answer 2's "don't let the shills confuse you" statement is all about; and the implication is that Answer 1 is maybe that kind of answer. I agree that it probably is. It is, however, not true that "life experience counts as nothing." The reason Answerer 2 wrote that is because most degree mills use giving credit for "life experience" as their means of awarding "degrees" even to people from whom they do not require any real academic work; and so "life experience," as a means of earning college credit, has gotten a bad name in the minds of some who don't really know how it all works. Completely legitimate and properly-accredited schools routinely give credit for life experience... ...but just not an entire (or even most of a) degree's worth. That's the rub. Degree mills will try to make the degree-seeker feel like they're legitimate schools by asking said degree-seeker for a resume, a life history, a transcript of all prior college work, and often a paper or two describing why the entire rest of the degree (atop the existing credits on the transcript) should be granted on the basis of "life experience." Almost no matter what the degree-seeker writes, the degree mill will give him/her his/her degree, based on however much "life experience" it takes to complete it, as long as said degree-seeker pays the degree mill's fee. Virtually no real academically-rigorous work is usually required; or, to strengthen the ruse, sometimes the student is asked to "enroll" in a "course" or two or three at the mill, in each of which a mere book is read and then a high-school-quality book report is written and submitted. At a real and legitimate school that's accredited by a USDE- and/or CHEA-approved agency, no more than about one-quarter (1/4) of a degree will typically be awarded for "life experience;" and, additionally, the process for earning credit that way is so involved and time-consuming and rigorous that it's usually almost easier to just take the courses and be done with it. So, for example, no more than one year's worth of credit for a four-year bachelor's degree will typically be awarded by an accredited college or university. So, in other words, if the accredited college or university is on the "semester credit hour" system, and so its bachelors degrees are worth 120 semester credit hours, then no more than 30 semester credit hours (one year's) worth of credit will usually ever be granted for "life experience." And the process is arduous, indeed. The credit-seeker must first build a portfolio of his/her life experiences for which s/he believes s/he is due academic college credit (including written, independent, sometimes sworn) verification of them all); and then s/he must map all the skills and knowledge acquired from said life experience to the specific college courses for which the student wants "life experience" credit. Honestly, by the time the student goes through all that, s/he might as well have just taken the courses in the first place, and been done with them... especially if the school requires that the student pay the same for the life experience credits as would be paid if s/he had just gone ahead and taken the course, like everyone else (sans the cost of books, obviously). So, even if a legitimate, accredited school were willing to award "life experience" credits -- even a whole year's worth (30 semester credit hours in the case of a four-year bachelors degree) -- such credit is rare, indeed... and usually, frankly, not really worth it, to boot! It's usually easier to just take the courses and be done with it. Degree mills, though, will award "life experience" credit like it's candy... as long as the person (stupidly) seeking it is willing to pay the degree mill's price. Answerer 2's comment about online tests is accurate. Fake schools sometimes make "degree" seekers take some kind of wacky online test. They mean nothing. Answerer 2's also correct about how it's actually possible, at least in some places, to be committing some kind of crime by claiming a fake degree on a job application, or on a resume or business card, or in advertising, etc. In fact, the State of Oregon was the first to actually make it a crime (although it's not the crime of "fraud") to do it; and other states are following suit. A school is not accredited unless it's accredited by an agency approved by the government (or the government, itself) of the country in which the school is physically located. Additionally, the school's credentials must be usable for purposes of employment in said country. And, finally, the country must have a provable, observable and palpable culture of educational accountability. The country of Liberia, for example, would automatically not qualify just on the third point because it has long been a haven for degree mills... all of which have the blessing of Liberia's corrupt government which is willing to "accredit" any school in its country that's willing to pay government officials the bribes to get it done. In the United States, only the US Department of Education (USDE), and the USDE-sanctioned Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) can approved accreditors, any of which may be verified by simply looking-up the accreditor on either or both of the USDE and/or CHEA web sites at the links below. If the alleged accreditor isn't on at least one of those two lists, then it's not a real accreditor. Period. Accept no lying explanations otherwise by good-for-nothing degree/diploma mills. Any school which claims to be accredited may have said alleged accreditation verified by simply looking-up said school in either or both of the USDE and/or CHEA databases at the links below. If the alleged school isn't in at least one of those two databases, then it's not an accredited school. Period. Accept no lying explanations otherwise by good-for-nothing degree/diploma mills. (The exception could be a school so recently accredited that it has not yet been keyed-in to the USDE and/or CHEA databases. But, in such case, checking the web site of the claimed accreditor should settle the matter in short order... either because the school is at least listed there; or, if it's not, then because someone at the accreditor will verify the school's accreditation by email or telephone call. Just make sure it's the real web site of the real accreditor that you visit, with with which you check.) There are simlar web sites and databases in most countries which have government (or government-approved) accreditation; whose accredited degrees are useful for employment purposes in said countries; and which countries have cultures of educational accountability. All anyone who wants to know if any school is accredited need do is hunt down such databases, verify that they're legitimate, and then look-up said school on them. If the school's not listed, then it's likely not accredited. The questioner didn't specify in which country the "CAST University" about which s/he asks is located. And so it's simply not possible to answer his/her question, as asked. But now that s/he has all this information about how to figure it out for himself/herself, s/he should have no trouble getting his/her answer all by himself/herself. . (MORE)
No. UOPX Is up for an accreditation visit that all Higher Learning institutions must have conducted every few years. Each Learning Center, Campus, and curriculum is investigated and deemed regionally accredited if they meet the standards. You will find some community colleges have their accreditatio…n in probation right now as the renewals are up for a lot of schools because they fail to meet specific criteria that is required by the HLC. (MORE)
Accreditation Athabasca University (AU) is a publicly funded post-secondary institution, one of four public comprehensive universities in the Province of Alberta, Canada. AU represents a rigorous, high quality university education. We are a respected and recognized university with a proven track re…cord. Canada AU is recognized by the Government of Alberta and reports to the Government of Alberta through the Ministry of Advanced Education and Technology. AU's quality assurance mechanisms and program proposals are reviewed by the Campus Alberta Quality Council. AU has the mandate for the provision of university-level distance education programs in Alberta. Through Alberta's Post-secondary Learning Act , the government authorizes Athabasca University Governing Council to govern the university and to grant degrees. Members of Governing Council are appointed by Orders in Council of the Government of Alberta. AU is also recognized by the Government of British Columbia. United States In 2006, AU became the first Canadian public university to receive accreditation in the United States, through the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), one of six regional organizations in the U.S. that accredits universities. No other public Canadian university holds this level of foreign accreditation. Memberships AU is a full member of the following associations: . Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) . Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) . Canadian Association for Graduate Studies (CAGS) . Canadian Virtual University (CVU) . Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) . Inter-American Distance Education Consortium (CREAD) . International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) . International Education Council (IEC) (MORE)
Don't know about ABET but Must is accredited university. I think that accredited universities recognize accreditation of other universities who have accreditation from some reputable accreditation agency. I am not sure about ABET but I think Must's credentials should be recognized by ABET accredited… institutes and employers who accept ABET accreditation. (MORE)
There are many online accredited colleges and universities. There is a list of 213 at the link below.
Central Western University in Arlington, Texas is an accredited university, visit their website and review the agencies that accredited them. Then check those accrediting bodies out and you will find that in fact this not well known online university is accredited. It does not show up on any "Degree… Mill" lists, nor do the accrediting boards. In addition I believe they are always in the process of upgrading and improving their services and staff. Central Western University may be one of the up and coming online Universities that are able to provide you with an applied educational experience without bankrupting you. (MORE)
No, it is not cacrep. I have no idea why is does not get the accrediation I wish someone could tell me that.
Ashford University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association. However, they have been placed on notice by the Higher Learning Commission as of 2013.
I am not sure what you mean by 'accredited'. However LiverpoolUniversity is a prestigious institution and well respected in theBritish educational establishment.
No, it's a scam. They are not accredited to hand out any degree and are not acknowledged by the Dutch government and Dutch Accreditation Organization (NVAO).
Lydon University is a fully accredited University recognized by Global Accrediting Online Education Bureau (GAOEB)..
my answer is YES, Ghana universities should be accredited in Nigeria looking at there educational status and discipline.
Unless they're blatantly lying on their website, yes. I didn't actually call the North Central Association to verify it. Unlike a lot of places that claim to be "accredited", Bellevue's accreditation actually comes from a legitimate accrediting organization (a lot of diploma mills are "accredited…" by, basically, Joe's Accreditation and Dog Wash, Inc, whose motto is "If your check clears, you're accredited"). (MORE)
Corillins University is accredited but it is not Regionally accredited, which means tht you can not continue to a masters program nor will you be able to transfer your transcripts to another college.
American Sports University in San Bernardino, California is not accredited by any organization recognized by the Department of Education.
It claims accreditation. The accreditations it claims are not from any respected, reputable accrediting organization in the USA. Read about the school by clicking on the link below. Only enroll at a US college or university that is accredited by one of the following well-respected US accreditat…ion organizations: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools New England Association of Colleges and Schools North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Northwest Accreditation Commission Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges I have been a college administrator in the USA, where I was actively involved in my school's accreditation by the North Central Assoc. Proper accreditation is a Big Deal. (MORE)
You pay $925 for a "Bachelor's degree" that has $0 value. Don't let the shills confuse you about "accreditation". If you do nothing to earn the degree (and unfortunately "life experience" counts as nothing -- as does the bogus online test) you get a degree worth nothing. In fact, if you try to pa…ss it off as a real degree in a job application you will likely be committing fraud. To learn more follow the related link. . (MORE)
Corllins is an accredited online university with international accreditation. Accredited University degrees are recognized everywhere in the world including Philippines.
Headway University has a web site that suggests a presence in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait. The web site does not state that is is accredited nor do they mention accreditation as far as can be seen. Before registering with Headway, it is worth inquiring with your local higher education or…ganization to see if Headway qualifications are recognized. There is no indication on the Headway web site that any qualification is recognized by the established academic institutions. (MORE)
Panworld University is accredited. However, the accreditation organization does not appear to be recognized. Indeed, the organization does not appear to even have a published physical address. The university offers credit transfer from "life experience". That makes it likely that that transferring… credit to another university may be declined. There are a number of reviews on online. You should also make inquiries with your local state university to find out if Panworld university credits can be transferred to one of their programs. . Panworld University is NOT in the USA. It is based in Pakistan and the USA address is only a mailbox. All the money you send Panworld goes to Pakistan. . (MORE)
McFord is an accredited online university. However, be aware that the accreditation body is not a recognized one. A little reading of the accreditation body's web site suggests that the writers have limited English writing skills. One would agree that an accreditation organization that publishes po…orly written material is one that perhaps has less attention to detail than is required to do its job properly. The university offers work based credit recognition. Universities that offer degrees based on "work experience" or "life experience" are generally not accepted as offering qualifications of value. (MORE)
No, it is 100% fake. It is used without revealing the name on the site worryfreedegree.com so that a person can buy a usless degree without the name being advertised all over the internet. email@example.com
Have you tried to look at their website domain names? You will findout yourself when you go to Whois.com and check the domain names ofAshley University and all the accrediting bodies they claim theyare accredited as an online school. All these website's domains isregistered by one company DNC Holdin…gs Inc. Go check yourself. (MORE)
Willington provide IACEP and GACBE accreditated degree and throughthis accreditated, we're able the deliver you the educationalexperience that makes you choose Willington for reaching yourhigher education goals.. The DLQAA has awarded Willington University Accreditation Statusafter in-depth evaluat…ion through its unique patented accreditationprocess. Willington University has been evaluated on the DLQAAstandards of the global best practices for education inOrganizational Management, Academic Management and InstitutionalPerformance and has secured the DLQAA's Points ProfileÂ© -Registration Number Q-20879. Willington University has beendeclared fully capable of upholding the responsibility of impartingquality education through its educational system. . GACBE is an international accreditation body committed toestablishing and promoting high educational standards forpost-secondary degree and non-degree programs in the field ofbusiness and management. Willington University is a proud member ofGACBE and all its business and management programs are designedaccording to the standards set by the Global Accreditation Councilfor Business Associates. . IACEP is an internationally recognized accreditation bodyresponsible for to establishing and ensuring higher educationalstandards for Engineering education programs offered by variousuniversities and institutes across the world. All the degree andnon-degree Engineering programs offered by Willington Universityare recognized by IACEP. EABHE is a not-for-profit autonomous accreditation body committedto improve standards of Higher Education. The goal of EuropeanAccreditation Board of Higher Education is three-folds. Theorganization is formed to protect the exponentially increasingnumber of educational consumers. Second, EABHE focuses on theuniversities and colleges operating in the European region andprovides them with the strategies and framework for continuousimprovement. Third, the organization strives to introduce aneffective self-regulatory climate contributing to continueddevelopment in the education industry. (MORE)