Roseville has several Universities committed to the philosophy of education. Minnesota's capital city is home to an eclectic mix of 13 colleges and universities including a law school, a college of music, several liberal arts colleges, two community colleges and the Saint Paul campus of the University of Minnesota.
1550 Minnesota 36
Welcome to National American University - Roseville, a quality, career-focused university in Minnesota that is conveniently located near the Rosedale Shopping Center to the North of Super. The Roseville location has been serving students looking for Roseville, MN, schools since 1974, and has long been considered one of NAU's flagship campus locations.
In addition to its strong business and information technology curriculum, the Roseville, Minnesota, location offers excellent degree programs in medical assisting, paralegal studies, therapeutic massage, and pharmacy technician.
Located directly North of Super-Target, the Roseville location is easily accessible from Highway 36 and Snelling Avenue. It is one of five convenient NAU locations in the Twin Cities area and among its several universities located near Minneapolis, Minnesota.
It's never too late to get your degree, and with NAU – Roseville, you've finally found a university in Minnesota that's right for you. Find out more about how you can change your life today! Call 651-855-6300 or e-mail us at email@example.com .
1711 County Road B W
Located in Roseville near Snelling Avenue and I-35W, Minneapolis Business College offers career-focused programs in many of the fastest growing occupations. Some of our programs include an externship, where students get to learn in a real-world experience. Our programs are designed to be completed by full-time students in 8-16 months, depending on the program and diploma or degree option that you choose.
Minneapolis Business College provides short-term, quality programs emphasizing hands-on skills, professionalism, and critical thinking to students seeking immediate entry into their careers.
Minneapolis Business College focuses on students' career preparation through these initiatives:
-Treat the classroom like the workplace: Students attend class regularly, dress like professionals in their field, acquire professional social skills, and gain meaningful and relevant experience from faculty members who have worked in the real world.
-Provide accessible student services: Students receive financial aid counseling and can utilize residential facilities.
-Focus on career placement: Students receive counseling in resume development, job applications, interview preparation, and salary negotiation. Career placement counseling is individualized and continuous.
We offer programs in the following categories:
• Design and Technology
• Health Care
Minneapolis Business College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award diplomas and associate degrees. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the United States Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. The address and telephone number of the Council are 750 First Street NE, Suite 980, Washington, D.C. 20002, (202) 336-6780.
The Minneapolis Business College Medical Assisting Programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs ( www.caahep.org ) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). The address and telephone number of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs are 1361 Park Street, Clearwater, FL 33756, (727) 210-2350.
Minneapolis Business College offers you the opportunity to experience independent living and make lifelong friends through our residence facility. Located close to campus near Bandana Square, students enjoy apartment-style amenities including swimming pool, tennis courts, tanning, fitness area, and full laundry. The furnished accommodations include 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living area, kitchen, and balcony.
3003 Snelling Avenue N., St. Paul, MN / 651-631-5100
University of Northwestern (UNW) is a Christian liberal arts university located in the heart of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Since 1902, students have grown in knowledge and developed their faith through Christ-centered, academically excellent education.
All members of the UNW community—students, faculty, staff—are professing Christians. Our shared faith brings us together in a unique way as we learn and grow together in Christ.
Check out Fast Facts about University of Northwestern.
3900 Bethel Dr. St. Paul, Mn / 651-638-6400
Bethel University has been a leader and model in Christian higher education since 1871. For generations, our fusion of evangelical faith with top-ranked academics has transformed women and men, preparing them for unique callings in the kingdom of God.
With more than 100 academic programs in 2 colleges, a grad school, and a seminary, we're one of the most comprehensive, interdenominational Christian universities in the nation. Our main campus , in the heart of the Twin Cities metro, gives us quick access to service projects, internships, churches, ministry organizations, and tons of local entertainment.
Everything we do at Bethel is guided by our core values , rooted in Scripture. We are Christ-followers, character-builders, truth-seekers, learners, salt and light, reconcilers, and world-changers.
We are, above all, a community—serving and encouraging one another toward our individual potential. Working together in Christ's name, we become personally transformed so that we can transform our world.
Check out our schools to catch a glimpse of why our 6,500 students choose Bethel:
LOCATION: With a flagship campus in the heart of the Twin Cities, and four coordinate campuses across Minnesota, the U offers just the right learning environment for every student.
WHAT IT OFFERS: One of the nation's largest schools, the U offers baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees in virtually every field—from medicine to business, law to liberal arts, and science and engineering to architecture.
HEADCOUNT: A testament to its growing prominence and appeal, the U's enrollment has reached 64,964 but a 16-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio ensures plenty of attention.
LIKE CLOCKWORK: Four-year graduation rates have doubled in recent years as students take advantage of free tuition for credits over 13 in a semester.
ACADEMIC ACCOLADES: Contributing to the U's academic prestige are 20 Nobel Laureates, 86 Guggenheim Fellows, and 2 MacArthur “Geniuses” on campus right now!
COOL FACT: The world's largest collections of Sherlock Holmes literature, artifacts, and memorabilia are housed in the U's Andersen Library.
STUDENT SUCCESS: The U “brings the brainpower” in the under-20 set with 101 National Merit Scholars in its current freshman class—that's the second most in the Big Ten.
UNSPOKEN ADVANTAGE: Graduates stay where the business and entrepreneurial community thrives. With 20 Fortune 500 companies in the Twin Cities alone, it's no wonder U alumni have founded more than 10,000 businesses in Minnesota.
GLOBAL REACH: With more than 250 student exchange programs around the world, there's no shortage of opportunities for faculty and students to experience the world.
ENTREPRENEURIAL EDGE: Creative thinkers from the U were behind the first wearable cardiac pacemaker, GORE-TEX®, the retractable seat belt, and Post-it® Notes. In just the past five years, inventions by U researchers have generated nearly $390 million in revenue for the state.
AFFORDABILITY: The U makes financial assistance to students a priority. In 2009, it gave aid to 42.2 percent of resident undergrads through the U Promise Scholarship . Over the past three years, it invested more than $37 million in fellowships, grants, and other assistance for grad and professional students.
FAMOUS ALUMNI: Agronomist Norman Borlaug (who saved billions from starvation); former vice president Walter Mondale; satirist Garrison Keillor; Super Bowl championship coach Tony Dungy; inventor and Medtronic, Inc., founder Earl Bakken.
WORKING TOGETHER: The world's biggest problems don't have just one solution. That's why the U's best minds are putting their heads together—with 50 joint graduate degree programs and 200 collaborative institutes and centers.
ECONOMIC ENGINE: Every dollar the state of Minnesota invests in the U generates $13.20 for the statewide economy.
The University of Minnesota makes student scholarships a top priority in its private fundraising. Through the University of Minnesota Foundation, the generosity and support of alumni and friends has enabled the U to provide $78 million a year in scholarships and grants for undergraduates, and to build the 21st Century Graduate Fellowship Endowment, which provides assistance to graduate and professional students.
At the same time, gifts to the Minnesota Medical Foundation are expanding the possibilities for some of the most promising medical research anywhere in the world—happening right here at the U of M; and ensuring that the University's patients are receiving the best care possible, in state-of-the-art facilities.
The University of Minnesota is among the world's elite in 28 of the 30 subjects featured in QS Top Universities . U of M programs with strong showings include agriculture and forestry, chemical engineering, education, media studies, and pharmacy.
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