Offering 37 degrees in various streams, Bethune-Cookman University has one of the widest ranges of subjects for aspirant undergraduate students. Founded in 1978 this institute has now graduated into one of the finest in the States.
Originally known as the Bethune Cookman College or BCC the Btehune-Cookman University is now known as BCU in brief. Offering degrees in as many as 37 streams for the students that include multiple wings of education, it has become a university offering the widest varieties of academic degrees for trainees. Set up in 1904 at Daytona Beach in Florida it is affiliated to United Methodist Church.
Schools in the University
o School of Nursing.
o School of Education.
o School of Business.
o School of Arts and Humanities.
o School of Social Sciences.
o School of Graduate and Professional Studies.
o School of Science, engineering, and mathematics.
What it Offers?
o Founded in 1978, the School of Nursing offers bachelor degree in Nursing. In addition it offers the state-of-art facilities complete with the labs as well as the community healthcare clinic.
o Students in the school are exposed to the clinical learning experiences as well as agencies dealing with mental health.
o Offering classes in accounting, business administration, and hospitality management programs the School of Business also offers classes on tourism as well as lodging facilities. Field trips and international study tours are added attractions in the school.
o Offering education for the adult learners from multiple backgrounds, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies also offers degree on Transformative leadership among other professional studies.
o A host of degrees are offered by the School of Arts and Humanities that includes English, mass communication, religion, as well as philosophy.
Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the colleges and schools of Southern Association the university offers multiple facilities for the students. Application to be made to the university includes non-refundable application fees and should also be accompanied with high school transcripts or equivalent. In addition SAT or ACT test scores as well as the counselor's recommendation form.
Having the minimum GPA of 2.25 in the high school levels is required to make one eligible for the undergraduate courses in the University. At the same time the minimum GPA for the graduate level courses is 2.75. Basic requirements include reference letter, written essay and support from the employer. Acceptance of international and transfer students as well as online applications is also a feature of the university.