The U.S. Department of Education defines accreditation as “the process by which colleges, universities or other degree-granting institutions are evaluated for quality assurance” (U.S. Department of Education). Accreditation is important because it determines if a college degree will be accepted in another country and how employers view the qualifications of its graduates. There are several different types of accreditations including regional, national, institutional, specialized programmatic, and professional organizations. View our list of accredited programs below!

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