University of Northern Virginia


University of Northern Virginia

Infobox University
name = University of Northern Virginia


motto =
established = 1998
type = Private
head_label = Chancellor
head = Fay R. Avery, Ed. D.
city = Manassas
state = Virginia
country = United States
undergrad =
postgrad =
staff = 23 faculty
campus =
free_label =
free =
colors = Yellow and green
website = [http://www.unva.edu/ University of Northern Virginia official website]

The University of Northern Virginia or UNVA is a for-profit, accredited private undergraduate and graduate university located in Northern Virginia. Originally founded in 1988, the university currently has bachelors, Masters and doctoral degrees.

Locations

UNVA has three local Northern Virginia branches located in Centreville, Annandale, and in Manassas. UNVA also has campuses in London, England, Prague, Czech Republic, and Kyrenia (or Girne), Cyprus, and Hong Kong along with a number of agreements with other universities around the world.

Major curricula

Most UNVA students take courses leading to the master’s degree in business administration or in the computer sciences, and the UNVA has a wide range of curriculum in those fields.

In 2006 UNVA began its first doctoral degree program: the Doctor of Business Administration. Overall, UNVA currently has nine approved academic programs.

External links

* [http://www.unva.edu/ University of Northern Virginia website]
* [http://www.unva.cz/ University of Northern Virginia Prague Campus official website]
* [http://apps.collegeboard.com/search/CollegeDetail.jsp?collegeId=4732 Collegeboard's Profile on UNVA]
* [http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/classifications/sub.asp?key=748&subkey=17289&start=782 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching's Profile on UNVA]


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