Potomac College


Potomac College

Infobox University
name = Potomac College
established = 1991
city = Washington,DC, Herndon,VA
country = USA
campus = Urban
nickname = Potomac, PC
affiliations = Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
website = http://www.potomac.edu

Potomac College is a higher education institution in Washington, DC, and Herndon, Virginia. The school offers Associate of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in the fields of Accounting, International Business, Government Contract Management, Management, and Information Systems, with more than 40 degree specializations.

The college was established in Rockville, Maryland, in 1991 and later moved to the District of Columbia. [http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?pagename=article&contentId=A43952-2003Dec7&notFound=true To Berlin, College Is Big Business] By Ellen McCarthy, "The Washington Post", Monday, December 8, 2003; Page E01] It is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

Program Structure

Potomac College’s programs are tailored to a working population who seek the training necessary to reach the next career level. Qualified students can earn degrees in as few as 18 months, allowing them to more easily balance their jobs and families with school. Additionally, many courses are offered online.

Location

The College offers courses at its two locations in Washington, DC and Herndon, Virginia. Both locations are easily accessible by public transportation, and the Washington, DC location is only a few blocks away from the Tenleytown-AU metro stop.

International Programs

wiss-American International MBA Fast Trak

Through a partnership with University of Business and International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, Potomac College offers a 5-year international MBA Program. The Bachelor Degree is completed in the first 3.5 years and the MBA is completed after 1.5 additional years.

References

External links

* [http://www.potomac.edu/ Potomac College website]


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