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The University founded and located in United States of America. The United States comprises 50 states spanning a vast area of North America, with Alaska situated in the northwest and Hawaii expanding the nation’s reach into the Pacific Ocean. The university (or college) offering Graduate (Master’s) Degree Programs, Undergraduate (Bachelor’s) Degree Programs, Doctorate (PhD) Degree Programs, Online Degree Programs and Associate Degree Programs. Universities Graduation Rate is %40-89. University Country Ranking (US Ranking): n/a – World Ranking: n/a. Following university is accredited by the Ministry of Education in United States of America. The Universities acceptance rate is %20-82. And acceptance rate for international students is %34-80. Transfer acceptance rate is %34- 75. Early decision acceptance rate is %45-60. Find other details below.

Degree Programs / Courses / Majors and Minors

Online Courses, Doctoral Programs, Diploma Programs, Faculties, Graduate Programs, Courses Offered, Bachelor Degree, Associate Degree, Certificate programs.

Find below Bachelor (Undergraduate Degree) Programs:

  1. Accounting (Bachelor’s)
  2. Acting (Bachelor’s)
  3. Advertising and Public Relations (Bachelor’s)
  4. Aerospace Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  5. Agribusiness Management (Bachelor’s)
  6. Agricultural and Extension Education (Bachelor’s)
  7. Animal and Nutritional Sciences (Bachelor’s)
  8. Anthropology (Bachelor’s)
  9. Art and Design (Bachelor’s)
  10. Art Education (Bachelor’s)
  11. Art History (Bachelor’s)
  12. Art Therapy (Bachelor’s)
  13. Biochemistry (Bachelor’s)
  14. Biology (Bachelor’s)
  15. Biomedical Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  16. Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics (Bachelor’s)
  17. Chemical Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  18. Chemistry (Bachelor’s)
  19. Child Development and Family Studies (Bachelor’s, Online)
  20. Civil Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  21. Coaching and Performance Science (Bachelor’s)
  22. Communication Sciences and Disorders (Bachelor’s)
  23. Communication Studies (Bachelor’s)
  24. Computer Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  25. Computer Science (Bachelor’s)
  26. Criminology (Bachelor’s)
  27. Cybersecurity (Bachelor’s)
  28. Dance (Bachelor’s)
  29. Data Science (Bachelor’s)
  30. Dental Hygiene (Bachelor’s)
  31. Design Studies (Bachelor’s)
  32. Early Childhood Special Education (Bachelor’s, Online)
  33. Earth and Environmental Science (Bachelor’s)
  34. Economics (Bachelor’s)
  35. Electrical Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  36. Elementary Education (Bachelor’s)
  37. Energy Land Management (Bachelor’s)
  38. Engineering Technology (Bachelor’s)
  39. English (Bachelor’s)
  40. Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Bachelor’s)
  41. Environmental and Energy Resources Management (Bachelor’s)
  42. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (Bachelor’s)
  43. Environmental Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  44. Environmental Microbiology (Bachelor’s)
  45. Environmental, Soil and Water Sciences (Bachelor’s)
  46. Esports Business and Entertainment (Bachelor’s)
  47. Exercise Physiology (Bachelor’s)
  48. Fashion, Dress and Merchandising (Bachelor’s)
  49. Finance (Bachelor’s)
  50. Forensic Biology (Bachelor’s)
  51. Forensic Chemistry (Bachelor’s)
  52. Forensic Examiner (Bachelor’s)
  53. Forest Resources Management (Bachelor’s)
  54. Game Design and Interactive Media (Bachelor’s)
  55. General Business (Bachelor’s, Online)
  56. General Business (Bachelor’s, Morgantown Campus)
  57. Global Supply Chain Management (Bachelor’s)
  58. Health and Well-being (Bachelor’s)
  59. Health Informatics and Information Management (Bachelor’s)
  60. Health Services Management and Leadership (Bachelor’s)
  61. History (Bachelor’s)
  62. Horticulture (Bachelor’s)
  63. Hospitality and Tourism Management (Bachelor’s, Online)
  64. Hospitality and Tourism Management (Bachelor’s, Morgantown Campus)
  65. Human Nutrition and Foods (Bachelor’s)
  66. Immunology and Medical Microbiology (Bachelor’s)
  67. Industrial Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  68. Integrated Marketing Communications (Bachelor’s, Online)
  69. Interior Architecture (Bachelor’s)
  70. International Studies (Bachelor’s)
  71. Journalism (Bachelor’s)
  72. Landscape Architecture (Bachelor’s)
  73. Management (Bachelor’s)
  74. Management Information Systems (Bachelor’s)
  75. Marketing (Bachelor’s, Morgantown Campus)
  76. Marketing (Bachelor’s, Online)
  77. Mathematics (Bachelor’s)
  78. Mechanical Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  79. Mental Health and Addiction Studies (Bachelor’s)
  80. Mining Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  81. Multidisciplinary Media Studies (Bachelor’s)
  82. Multidisciplinary Studies (Eberly College of Arts and Sciences) (Bachelor’s, Morgantown Campus)
  83. Multidisciplinary Studies (Eberly College of Arts and Sciences) (Bachelor’s, Online)
  84. Multidisciplinary Studies (College of Applied Human Sciences) (Bachelor’s)
  85. Multidisciplinary Studies (Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design) (Bachelor’s)
  86. Multidisciplinary Studies (College of Creative Arts) (Bachelor’s)
  87. Music (Bachelor’s)
  88. Music and Health (Bachelor’s)
  89. Music Business and Industry (Bachelor’s)
  90. Music Composition (Bachelor’s)
  91. Music Education (Bachelor’s)
  92. Music Performance (Bachelor’s)
  93. Music Therapy (Bachelor’s)
  94. Musical Theatre (Bachelor’s)
  95. Neuroscience (Bachelor’s)
  96. Nursing (Bachelor’s)
  97. Nursing (BS to BSN) (Bachelor’s)
  98. Nursing (RN to BSN) (Bachelor’s, Online)
  99. Organizational Leadership (Bachelor’s)
  100. Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  101. Philosophy (Bachelor’s)
  102. Physical Education and Kinesiology (Bachelor’s)
  103. Physics (Bachelor’s)
  104. Political Science (Bachelor’s)
  105. Pre-Pharmacy (Bachelor’s)
  106. Professional Writing and Editing (Bachelor’s)
  107. Psychology (Bachelor’s)
  108. Public Health (Bachelor’s)
  109. Puppetry (Bachelor’s)
  110. Regents Bachelor of Arts (Bachelor’s, Online)
  111. Robotics Engineering (Bachelor’s)
  112. Scientific and Technical Writing (Bachelor’s)
  113. Secondary Education: English (Bachelor’s)
  114. Secondary Education: Social Studies (Bachelor’s)
  115. Social Work (Bachelor’s)
  116. Sociology (Bachelor’s)
  117. Sport and Exercise Psychology (Bachelor’s)
  118. Sport Leadership (Bachelor’s)
  119. Sport Management (Bachelor’s)
  120. Sports and Adventure Media (Bachelor’s)
  121. Sustainability Studies (Bachelor’s)
  122. Sustainable Food and Farming (Bachelor’s)
  123. Theatre (Bachelor’s)
  124. Theatre Design and Technology (Bachelor’s)
  125. Undecided or Exploratory (Bachelor’s)
  126. Wildlife and Fisheries Resources (Bachelor’s)
  127. Women’s and Gender Studies (Bachelor’s)
  128. Wood Science and Technology (Bachelor’s)
  129. Youth and Family Sciences (Bachelor’s)

Find below Master’s (Graduate Degree) Programs:

  • Accountancy / MAcc
  • Acting
  • Aerospace Engineering (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design (Master’s)
  • Animal Physiology (Master’s)
  • Animal, Food, and Nutrition Sciences (Doctoral)
  • Applied and Environmental Microbiology (Master’s)
  • Art and Design (Master’s)
  • Art Education (Master’s)
  • Athletic Training (Master’s)
  • Audiology (Doctoral)
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine (Doctoral)
  • Biology (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Biomedical Engineering (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Biomedical Sciences (Doctoral)
  • Biostatistics (MPH and MS)
  • Business Administration / DBA (Doctoral)
  • Business Administration MBA (Master’s)
  • Business Cybersecurity Management (Master’s)
  • Business Data Analytics (Master’s)
  • Cancer Cell Biology (Doctoral)
  • Cellular and Integrative Physiology (Doctoral)
  • Chemical Engineering (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Chemistry (Doctoral)
  • Civil Engineering (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Clinical and Translational Science (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (Master’s)
  • Coaching and Teaching Studies (Doctoral and Doctoral Professional Practice)
  • Communication Studies (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Computer Engineering (Doctoral)
  • Computer Science (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Conducting (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Costume Design and Technology (Master’s)
  • Counseling (Master’s)
  • Creative Writing (Master’s)
  • Data Marketing Communications (Master’s)
  • Dentistry (Doctoral Professional Practice)
  • Digital Marketing Communications (Master’s)
  • Economics (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Educational Theory and Practice (Doctoral)
  • Electrical Engineering (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Endodontics (Master’s)
  • Energy Law and Sustainable Development (Master’s)
  • Engineering (Master’s)
  • Engineering Management (Master’s)
  • English (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Entomology (Master’s)
  • Environmental, Soil and Water Sciences (Master’s)
  • Epidemiology (Doctoral)
  • Executive Sport Management (Master’s)
  • Exercise Physiology (Master’s and Doctoral)
  • Finance (Doctoral)
  • Forensic and Fraud Examination (Master’s)
  • Forensic and Investigative Science – Master’s
  • Forensic Science – Doctoral
  • Forestry – Master’s
  • Game Design – Master’s
  • Genetics and Developmental Biology – Master’s
  • Genetics and Developmental Biology – Doctoral
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Spatial Analysis – Master’s
  • Geography – Master’s
  • Geography – Doctoral
  • Geology – Master’s
  • Geology – Doctoral
  • Health Administration – Master’s
  • Health Administration – Master’s
  • Health Sciences – Master’s
  • Health Services and Outcomes Research – Doctoral
  • History – Master’s
  • History – Doctoral
  • Horticulture – Master’s
  • Human and Community Development – Doctoral
  • Human Resource Leadership – Master’s
  • Human Resource Management – Master’s
  • Immunology and Microbial Pathogenesis – Doctoral
  • Industrial Engineering – Master’s
  • Industrial Engineering – Doctoral
  • Industrial Hygiene – Master’s
  • Integrated Marketing Communications – Master’s
  • Journalism – Master’s
  • Law – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Lighting Design and Technology – Master’s
  • Literacy Education – Master’s
  • Master of Business Administration / MBA – Master’s
  • Materials Science and Engineering – Master’s
  • Materials Science and Engineering – Doctoral
  • Mechanical Engineering – Master’s
  • Mechanical Engineering – Doctoral
  • Media Solutions and Innovation – Master’s
  • Medical Laboratory Science – Master’s
  • Medicine – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Mining Engineering – Master’s
  • Mining Engineering – Doctoral
  • Music Business and Industry – Master’s
  • Music Education – Master’s
  • Music Theory – Master’s
  • Musicology – Master’s
  • Natural Resource Economics – Doctoral
  • Natural Resources Science – Doctoral
  • Neuroscience – Master’s
  • Neuroscience – Doctoral
  • Nurse Anesthesia – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Nursing – Master’s
  • Nursing – Doctoral
  • Nursing – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Nutritional and Food Science – Master’s
  • Occupational Safety and Health – Doctoral
  • Occupational Therapy – Master’s
  • Occupational Therapy – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Orthodontics – Master’s
  • Pathologists’ Assistant – Master’s
  • Performance – Master’s
  • Performance – Doctoral
  • Periodontics – Master’s
  • Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering – Master’s
  • Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering – Doctoral
  • Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences – Doctoral
  • Pharmacy – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Physical Education Teacher Education – Master’s
  • Physical Therapy – Doctoral Professional Practice
  • Physician Assistant – Master’s
  • Physics – Master’s
  • Physics – Doctoral
  • Piano Pedagogy – Master’s
  • Plant and Soil Sciences – Doctoral
  • Plant Pathology – Master’s
  • Political Science – Master’s
  • Political Science – Doctoral
  • Professional Writing and Editing – Master’s
  • Prosthodontics – Master’s
  • Psychology: Behavior Analysis – Doctoral
  • Psychology: Behavioral Neuroscience – Doctoral
  • Psychology: Clinical – Doctoral
  • Psychology: Life-Span Development – Doctoral
  • Public Health – Master’s
  • Public History – Master’s
  • Resource Economics and Management – Master’s
  • Resource Economics Management – Master’s
  • Safety Management (Online) – Master’s
  • Scenic Design and Technology – Master’s
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences – Doctoral
  • Social Work – Master’s (Online)
  • Social Work – Master’s
  • Social Work – Doctoral
  • Sociology – Doctoral
  • Software Engineering – Master’s (Online)
  • Special Education – Master’s (Online)
  • Speech Language Pathology – Master’s (Online)
  • Speech Pathology – Master’s
  • Sport Coaching – Master’s (Online)
  • Sport Management – Master’s
  • Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology – Doctoral
  • Studio Art – Master’s
  • Technical Direction – Master’s
  • Wildlife and Fisheries Resources – Master’s

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Tuition Fee and Costs

The Universities tuition fee range is $9,000 – $100,000. Check table below.

Degree LevelTuition and Fees (Cost)
Bachelor’s (Undergraduate) Degree$9,000 – $68,000
Master (Graduate) Programs$9,000 – $74,000
PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) Degree Programs$8.500 – $90,000
Online Degree Programs$9.000 – $18.000
Associate’s Degree Programs$150 – $2,300
College Honors Programs and Courses$9.000 – $18.000
Application Fee45 $ – 90 $ USD
Tuition Fees Per Semester$9,000 – $18.000
Tuition fees for international students$9,000 – $68,000
Tuition Fee for undergraduate international students$9,000 – $68,000
Tuition Fee for master international students$9,000 – $74,000
Personal Expenses$2,500 to $3,000
Living Expenses (Dorm, Housing & Food)$ 1,400 – $ 2,500
Books and Supplies Fees$ 1,000 to $1,205
Transportation Fees$ 1,400 ro $1,500

Admissions Requirements / Registration / Enrollment

Admission Requirements for Undergraduate (Bachelor’s) Programs:

  1. High School Diploma or Equivalent: Applicants typically need to have completed high school or its equivalent, such as a GED certificate.
  2. Transcripts: Official transcripts from high school showing courses taken and grades earned.
  3. Standardized Test Scores: Many universities require SAT or ACT scores. Some may also require SAT Subject Tests.
  4. Letters of Recommendation: Usually 1-3 letters of recommendation from teachers or counselors.
  5. Personal Statement or Essay: Often required to assess the applicant’s writing skills and motivation for attending the university.
  6. Extracurricular Activities: Some universities consider involvement in extracurricular activities, community service, and leadership roles.
  7. English Language Proficiency: For international students, proof of English language proficiency through tests like TOEFL or IELTS may be required.
  8. Application Fee: A non-refundable application fee is usually required to process the application.

Admission Requirements for Graduate (Master’s) Programs:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
  2. Transcripts: Official transcripts from all undergraduate institutions attended.
  3. Standardized Test Scores: Some programs require GRE or GMAT scores. Specific departments may also require subject GRE scores.
  4. Letters of Recommendation: Typically, 2-3 letters of recommendation from professors or professionals in the field.
  5. Statement of Purpose or Personal Statement: A written statement outlining the applicant’s academic and professional goals.
  6. Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV): Detailing academic and professional experiences.
  7. Writing Sample: Some programs may require a writing sample, particularly for humanities and social science programs.
  8. Interview: Some programs may require an interview as part of the admission process.
  9. English Language Proficiency: For international students, proof of English language proficiency through tests like TOEFL or IELTS may be required.
  10. Application Fee: A non-refundable application fee is usually required to process the application.

Admission Requirements for International Students:

  1. Academic Records: Transcripts or mark sheets from secondary school (high school) and any post-secondary institutions attended.
  2. English Language Proficiency: Proof of English language proficiency through tests like TOEFL or IELTS, unless the applicant’s native language is English or they have completed a degree in an English-speaking institution.
  3. Standardized Tests: Some universities may require standardized test scores such as the SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT.
  4. Financial Documentation: Proof of financial support to cover tuition, fees, and living expenses for the duration of study in the USA.
  5. Passport and Visa Documentation: A valid passport and, upon acceptance, documentation for obtaining a student visa (usually Form I-20 for F-1 visa applicants).
  6. Application Fee: A non-refundable application fee is usually required to process the application.
  7. Additional Requirements: Some universities may have additional requirements specific to international students, such as health insurance coverage or a certification of immunization. It’s essential to check the specific requirements of each university.

Scholarship Requirement

  1. Merit-Based Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, leadership qualities, extracurricular activities, or other accomplishments.
  2. Need-Based Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded based on financial need, as determined by the applicant’s family income, assets, and other financial factors.
  3. Minority Scholarships: These scholarships are specifically designed to support students from underrepresented minority groups, such as racial or ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+ students, or students with disabilities.
  4. Subject-Specific Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded to students pursuing studies in a particular field or discipline, such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), arts, humanities, business, or social sciences.
  5. Athletic Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who demonstrate exceptional athletic talent in sports recognized by the university’s athletic program.
  6. International Student Scholarships: These scholarships are specifically available for international students studying in the United States and may cover tuition, fees, and living expenses.
  7. Research Scholarships: These scholarships support students engaged in research activities, including funding for research projects, conference attendance, or travel expenses.
  8. Fellowships: Fellowships are similar to scholarships but often include additional benefits such as stipends for living expenses, research opportunities, or teaching assistantships.

Other Admission Requirements

Application Deadline: University application periods in the USA typically start in August-September for Fall, May-June for Spring, and vary for Summer, with deadlines ranging from December-February for Fall, October-December for Spring, and February-April for Summer admission..

Summer Classes: Some universities offer classes during the summer semester, allowing students to accelerate their studies or catch up on credits. Summer classes may have different schedules and enrollment procedures compared to regular academic terms.

Visa Interview Questions: When applying for a student visa (such as an F-1 visa), applicants may be interviewed by a consular officer at the U.S. embassy or consulate. Common interview questions include inquiries about the student’s academic background, intended course of study, financial ability to cover expenses, and ties to their home country.

TOEFL Requirements: The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is often required for non-native English speakers to demonstrate English proficiency. Universities may have minimum TOEFL score requirements for admission.

GPA Requirements: Many universities have minimum GPA requirements for admission. This GPA is typically based on a 4.0 scale and may vary depending on the competitiveness of the program and institution.

Visa Acceptance Rate: This refers to the percentage of visa applications that are approved. Visa acceptance rates can vary depending on factors such as the applicant’s country of origin, financial resources, and adherence to visa requirements.

English Requirements: In addition to standardized tests like the TOEFL, universities may accept other English proficiency exams such as the IELTS or Duolingo English Test. These exams assess reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills in English.

SAT Requirements: The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. While not all universities require the SAT, some may have minimum score requirements for admission or scholarship consideration.

IELTS Requirements: Similar to the TOEFL, the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is another English proficiency test accepted by many universities in the U.S. for non-native English speakers.

Duolingo Requirements: The Duolingo English Test is a relatively new English proficiency exam accepted by some universities. It assesses language skills through a series of interactive exercises and a video interview.

Cost of Living in United States of America

  1. Housing: $600 to $1,800 – includes the cost of rent, utilities, and other associated expenses. The cost of housing will vary depending on the size and location of your home, as well as the amenities offered.
  2. Food: $500 to $1,000 – includes the cost of groceries, meals out, and other food-related expenses. The cost of food will vary depending on your dietary needs and how often you eat out.
  3. Transportation, Entertainment, and Utilities: $100 to $500 – includes the cost of public transportation, gas, and parking. The cost of transportation will vary depending on how much you travel and how you get around.
  4. Communication: $50 to $100 – This includes the cost of cell phone service, internet, and other communication expenses. The cost of communication will vary depending on your usage and the plan you choose.

Housing and Dormitory Fees

The average monthly housing and dormitory fees for students in the United States of America can vary based on factors such as location, accommodation type, and amenities provided. On average, students can expect to budget between $7,000 and $16,480 per year for housing or dormitory expenses.

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