An University is an institution for higher learning with teaching and research facilities made up of a Graduate School and other Professional Schools that award Master's degrees and Doctorates and an Undergraduate division that awards Bachelor's degrees. Most Universities require four (4) years to attain a Bachelor's degree, an additional two (2) years to attain a Master's degree and another year ot two to attain a Doctorate. These time frames are general and can vary according to how many hours a student undertakes in each semester or quarter and the field of study in which they are enrolled. (I personally know one fellow who took ten (10) years to earn his Pharmacy degree which normally takes five (5) years to earn. Of course, after he earned that degree, he went into the insurance business. Go figure.) A Community/Junior College is an institution for higher learning that offers Associate's degrees. The general length of time to earn an Associate's degree is two (2) years. Some fields of study offered by Community/Junior Colleges can be completed in a year or less. Many, if not all, credits earned at a Community/Junior college may be transfered to a Senior College or an University. Note: Since good athletes are not necessarily good students, a current trend in College athletics is to have prospective football and Basketball players who are academically ineligible to play for a College or University attend a Community/Junior College to bolster their GPA to the point that they can obtain admission to a Senior College or University. Some Community/Junior College Football or basketball teams are capable of defeating Senior College or University teams although they do not actually play those teams.
There are 13. North Carolina State University, Duke university, North Carolina A&T State university, Asheville-buncombe Technical Community college, Gaston college, Alamance community college, Central Carolina community college, Davidson county community college, Wayne community college, Sampson community college, James sprunt community college, Mars hill college, and Lees-McRae college.
University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton was created in 1961.
University of the District of Columbia Community College was created in 1851.
University of Arkansas Community College at Hope was created in 1965.
Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas was created in 1965.
University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville was created in 1991.
Community colleges that are accredited are usually a good place to go for University preparation. Obviously, University is a different atmosphere, but a Community College will certainly give you the basics that you need to move up.
University of Arkansas Community College at Hope's motto is 'Your Bridge to the Future'.
A university diploma is much better, and more expensive, than a diploma from a community college.
UMASS stands for the University of Massachusetts Boston. Thus, it is a four year university and not a community college which is a two year college.
Community college. Gives an AA/AS degree if you finish. These units can be transferred to a four year university or college. A community college is a good way to get these units for far less than a university. I have gone to community college and taught in them.
Delta State University Itawamba Community College Jackson State College Mississippi College Mississippi State University Mississippi University for Women Mississippi Valley State University Moorhead College Northeast Mississippi Community College Northwest Mississippi College University of Mississippi University of Southern Mississippi Rust College
You can start your studies in a community college, but will need to finish at the university level, as well as attend Dentistry college.
Private Colleges & University Name Address Bellevue University Bellevue Clarkson College Omaha College of Saint Mary Omaha Concordia University Seward Creighton University 2500 California Plaza, Omaha Dana College Blair Grace University Omaha Midland Lutheran College Fremont Nebraska Christian College Papillion Nebraska Methodist College Omaha Summit Christian College Gering Union College Lincoln York College York Public Colleges & University Name Address Chadron State College Chadron Peru State College Peru University of Nebraska at Kearney Kearney University of Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln University of Nebraska at Omaha 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha University of Nebraska Medical Center Omaha Wayne State College Wayne Community colleges Name Address Central Community College Columbus Little Priest Tribal College Winnebago Metropolitan Community College Omaha Mid-Plains Community College McCook Nebraska Indian Community College Macy Northeast Community College Norfolk Southeast Community College Lincoln Western Nebraska Community College Scottsbluff
Public Colleges & UniversitiesUniversity of Maine SystemUniversity of Maine Cooperative ExtensionUniversity of Maine - OronoUniversity of Maine at AugustaUniversity of Maine at FarmingtonUniversity of Maine at Fort KentUniversity of Maine at MachiasUniversity of Maine at Presque IsleUniversity of Southern Maine - PortlandMaine Maritime AcademyMaine Community CollegeSystemCentral Maine Community CollegeEastern Maine Community CollegeKennebec Valley Community CollegeNorthern Maine Community CollegeSouthern Maine Community CollegeWashington County Community College York County Community CollegeState Training AcademiesMaine Criminal Justice AcademyPrivate Colleges in MaineAndover CollegeBates CollegeBeal CollegeBowdoin CollegeColby CollegeCollege of the AtlanticHeartwood College of ArtHusson CollegeMaine College of ArtMaine Media CollegeMaine Theological SeminaryNew England Bible CollegeNew England School of CommunicationsSaint Joseph's CollegeSalt Institute for Documentary StudiesSouthern New Hampshire University - Brunswick/Winter HarborThomas CollegeUnity CollegeUniversity of New England
American Academy of Dramatic ArtsCity University of New York System (2-year campuses)Borough of Manhattan Community CollegeBronx Community CollegeHostos Community CollegeKingsborough Community CollegeLaGuardia Community CollegeQueensborough Community CollegeHelene Fuld College of NursingMaria College of AlbanyState University of New York (2-year campuses)Adirondack Community CollegeBroome Community CollegeCayuga County Community CollegeClinton Community CollegeColumbia-Greene Community CollegeCorning Community CollegeDutchess Community CollegeErie Community CollegeFinger Lakes Community CollegeFulton-Montgomery Community CollegeGenesee Community CollegeHerkimer County Community CollegeHudson Valley Community CollegeJamestown Community CollegeJefferson Community CollegeMohawk Valley Community CollegeMonroe Community CollegeNassau Community CollegeNiagara County Community CollegeNorth Country Community CollegeOnondaga Community CollegeOrange County Community CollegeRockland Community CollegeSchenectady County Community CollegeSuffolk County Community CollegeSullivan County Community CollegeTompkins Cortland Community CollegeUlster County Community CollegeWestchester Community CollegeTrocaire CollegeVilla Maria College of Buffalo
No, Metro State is a university, but shares campus with Community College of Denver.
Some good colleges for forensic nursing are GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY, PHOENIX COLLEGE, PARADISE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, GATEWAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX and SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
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No they are not. As indicated by name the University of Phoenix is a university. Phoenix College is a community college (two year institution).
Harvard yes. community college no.
MCC can refer to a few different colleges. Monroe Community College, McLennan Community College, Mesa Community College, Meridian Community College, and McHenry Community College are a few that MCC could stand for.