At Oregon State, PEOPLE make the difference. They believe engineering students are people who want to build a better world. Young women and men driven to make a difference. Bright individuals with vision and passion and purpose. Which is why their engineering program is unlike any. Their program is RADICAL, in a very good way. They're pioneering the trail and changing the way engineering education is done. What's so special about their programs? INNOVATION. They offer the Pacific Northwest's most innovative and flexible undergraduate Computer Science degree. Their students choose from three different options: 1) computer systems, 2) information systems, and 3) applied computer science.
Pacific is a community of highly motivated, intellectual students, faculty and staff committed to an intimate, personalized education. They are located about halfway between the Oregon Coast and Portland, and one can really feel the difference upon setting foot on their historic campus. At Pacific there are many traditions, but foremost among them is teaching. Here, professors know more than just names, they know their student's dreams and they work to help fulfill them. At Pacific life truly unfolds day by day in often surprising ways. One thing is certain: no one here is bored or unchallenged!
Park University, a pioneering institution of higher learning since 1875, will provide leadership in quality, innovative education for a diversity of learners who will excel in their professional and personal service to the global community. Park University provides access to a quality higher education experience that prepares a diverse community of learners to think critically, communicate effectively, demonstrate a global perspective and engage in lifelong learning and service to others.
Parker University, built upon the legacy of its flagship Doctor of Chiropractic program, has established itself as a leading comprehensive institution. Parker University provides students, patients, and wellness professionals with the knowledge and healthcare experiences to realize their full potential through a dedicated focus on education, research, and service.
Pearson is one of the world's great publishers. They publish more books than any other company and they reach millions of people every day, in print and online. Their higher education publishing brands - Addison-Wesley, Allyn & Bacon, Benjamin Cummings, Longman, Merrill, and Prentice Hall - have earned the trust of educators and students because of their commitment to accuracy, integrity, and independence of thought.
Pellissippi State is a vital institution accustomed to transformation and growth. Since its founding in 1974 as State Technical Institute at Knoxville, the College has expanded the teaching of technology, the use of technology in instruction, and the transfer of technology to local business and industry in support of regional economic development. The College continues to support and develop career/technical associate’s degrees and institutional certificates, university parallel associate’s degree programs, and continuing education opportunities for the citizens of Knox, Blount, and surrounding counties. In partnership with the community, the College sustains the effort toward an ever-improving quality of life for residents of East Tennessee. The mission of Pellissippi State Community College is to serve its community by providing college-level and non-credit courses and learning support instruction using a variety of delivery methods, training and workforce development, and opportunities for life, civic and cultural enrichment.
Pellissippi State Community College’s newest site is the Strawberry Plains Campus, is located off I-40 at 7201 Strawberry Plains Pike in Knox County. The campus began offering coursework in August 2012 and has more than 220,000 square feet of building space. Pellissippi State is excited about the opportunities to further serve Knox County and the surrounding area.
As the student population expands at Strawberry Plains, the College will continue to fulfill its mission of serving its community by providing college-level and non-credit courses and learning support instruction using a variety of delivery methods, including distance learning.
Penn State's Department of Computer Science and Engineering, formed in 1993, combines the strengths of the Department of Computer Science and the Computer Engineering Program. The computer science component originated in the 1960's, and the computer engineering program in the 1980's. Faculty emphasize the theoretical and practical application of computation and computer systems to the needs of society. Research interests cover the broad areas of architecture, computational theory, computer applications, and software systems. With more than a decade of experience in advancing their diversity goals through strategic planning and a rich history of valuing diversity, Penn State is among the national leaders in higher education in diversity strategic planning. Promoting equity and inclusivity in higher education is not only the right thing to do; it is also the strategic thing to do.
With the resources and opportunities of a major research university in a welcoming, student-centered environment, Penn State Behrend offers a unique learning experience to 4,350 undergraduate and graduate students.
Penn State Behrend is a four-year, residential college offering thirty-five bachelor's degrees, four master’s degrees, and four associate degree programs. Although our campus is among the largest in the Penn State system, our faculty-to-student ratio of 1:16 provides students with a personalized learning experience from accomplished instructors.
Research and outreach are at the heart of our mission at Penn State Behrend. Annually, the college funds nearly $350,000 in undergraduate research opportunities and operates more than two dozen outreach centers, programs, and initiatives.
Piedmont Virginia Community College (PVCC) is a nonresidential two-year institution of higher education that serves Central Virginia - principally residents of the City of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson. We are one of 23 community colleges in Virginia that comprise the Virginia Community College System (VCCS).
PVCC is committed to providing access to a college education for all who can benefit, an opportunity for each student to reach his or her potential and excellence in our programs and services.
The mission of the Business, Mathematics & Technologies Division is to provide transfer preparation and workforce development curricula of the highest academic quality so students may successfully enter the workforce or continue their education at four-year colleges and universities.