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Founded in 1965
Non-Profit institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
6, 000 students and 40, 000 alumni across 11 campus locations
18:1 student-faculty ratio average
Unique opportunities to pursue an accelerated degree and combined Bachelor/Masters
1) Undergraduate or Bachelor’s course
2) Graduate of Master’s course
3) Associate Program
First Semester: Students can be awarded a $500 scholarship for having a High School GPA of 3.5 or above
2nd Semester Onwards: Students can be awarded a $500 scholarship per semester for having a 3.0 GPA or above
Electronically signed web-based application form
High School Diploma (or equivalent)
Notarized Statement of Financial Support
Proof of English level (IELTS 5.5 or equivalent)
Graduate applicants must send original transcripts before admissions decision will be made
BANK STATEMENT REQUIREMENT:
1) Undergraduate course- $30, 290
2) Graduate course- $23, 670
University Course fee:
Undergraduate Fee: $51, 600
Masters Fee : $25, 350
Undergraduate Courses :
• Public safety
Graduate Courses :
MSN in Nursing Education
MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner
MSN - Nursing Educator
• Master of Business Administration
• Master of Business Administration in Accounting
• Master of Business Administration in Business Management
• Master of Business Administration Dual Concentration Option
• Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management
• Master of Business Administration in Human Resources
• Master of Business Administration in Project Management
• Master of Business Administration in Public Safety Leadership
• Master of Business Administration in Technology Management
Spring Semester 2015
Summer Semester 2015
Fall Semester 2015
Spring Semester 2016
Summer Semester 2016
Fall Semester 2016
Spring Semester 2017
Students, who enter our program, if approved by the US Consulate to get a visa, will enter the country under F-1 status. This visa and status with USCIS allows the foreign national to study in the US. Officially, the students would not be legally able to work while under this status. The only exception would be two (2)... 1.) The student applies for legal work authorization with USCIS and claims hardship. This is a rare situation and it requires USCIS approval. The decision to offer hardship status to the applicant is entirely up to USCIS and not up the University. 2.) An F-1 student is allowed to work on campus for 20 hours a week, and the employment must be related to the services the University provides students or be related to their specific field of study in the form of an internship (OPT). Only in these two circumstances can an F-1 student allowed to work legally in the US. At the moment, there are no openings on our campus for student employment, to my understanding.
Documents Required for Admission:
1. A certified copy of your high school and college transcripts evaluated by a transcript evaluation service approved by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). All documents, diplomas, and transcripts not written in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.
2. ACT/SAT scores or transcripts from post-secondary coursework applicable for placement into the intended program. This document will replace entrance exams, which Herzing University does not administer beyond the U.S. and Canada. You may also be required to pay for a professional evaluation of your transcripts.
3. A notarized statement of financial support or a certified government sponsor letter indicating that tuition will be paid in advance of each term (tuition for the first two semesters is due upon enrollment), and that all necessary living expenses will be provided. (Use form I-134 available online from the BCIS.)
4. Proof of English-language proficiency through one of the following:
o A score of 500 or higher on the paper-based TOEFL.
o A score of 173 or higher on the computer-based TOEFL.
o A score of 61 or higher on the internet-based TOEFL.
o A score of 5.0 or higher on the IELTS.
o Documentation that you successfully completed an intermediate English course from a designated ESL center.
o Documentation that you successfully completed secondary studies in English (a minimum of four years) or post-secondary studies in English (a minimum of 12 semester hours).
Application processing duration:
Once complete application has been received they will process it right away and within 15-20 days around we will get the admission letter.
Call at - 8088-867-867 or mail at firstname.lastname@example.org