Colleges and Universities

What are college workshops?

Usually these are where they explain how to apply to college and choose a college you can study at.

What was the first chartered university in the US?

Dartmouth College Dartmouth was founded in 1769, a full 133 years after the founding of Harvard College.

What classes in college do you have to take to become a musician?

You can find out by looking at the curriculum of anhy fine arts school. Even in Fine Arts not all the classes you take are for music; there are also some general education classes that are required as well. For musicians, you will specialize in some classes based on the instrument you are proficient with and the type of music you want to perform. Then there are performance classes to take, music theory classes, and music history, to name a few. Bruce Springsteen did not have a college degree. He bought a guitar at 13 and friends taught him to play and helped him land a lead singer position with The Castles. There are many musicians and songwriters making big bucks who have no college degree in music. Now, if you want to be a teacher or a classical musician, go to college and get a degree. Otherwise, you can teach yourself to play any instrument out there and you don't need a piece of paper hanging on the wall to tell you that you can.

How long is college?

5-10 years depending on what degree you want that is how long you have to stay in colage. ex.deploma= 1year associater=2years bachelors=3years masters=4years decorate=5years

How many people graduate each year from the University of Phoenix?

As of 2010, according to the Alumni Association there are 50,000graduates per year from University of Phoenix.

What courses do most colleges look for in applicants?

They are looking for people with good personalities.Generally, the courses that they want are:4 years of English3 years of Math2 or 3 years of Social Studies2-3 years of ScienceA foreign languageThis is a very general list. Different colleges have different standards. You should check any specific college's requirements.In addition to having the right amounts of each type, it is also helpful to have the harder classes on the transcript versus the easier ones. For example, you might have the right amount of math classes, but the college won't like it as much if you took Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Geometry versus Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. The higher you went up on the track the better because that shows you are ready for harder classes. Sometimes, you can even take Advanced Placement or Pre-AP classes. Advanced Placement classes are supposed to be the equivalent of a college class and can even count for college credit, if you play your cards right. The point is, don't just get the right amount of classes. Try to have some of the classes be the challenging ones.One thing that might help you is to go over what their minimum requirement is. If they want 2 science credits, it might look better if you took 2.5 or 3. That will show that you are more prepared than people who simply took the minimum. It will also make you more prepared for college level coursework.

What Does it take to become a lawyer?

7 years approximately

Cuales universidades estadounidenses ofrecen teologia en espanol?

Cary Bible College and Seminary

What is the most difficult college to get accepted to?

If we examine the entire application process, the most difficult college to get accepted to is actually West Point, the United States Military Academy. It has approximately 50,000 applicants that want to go through the process, and in the end only accepts approximately 1200 new students.

What does PhD stand for?

PhD is an abbreviation for " Doctor of Philosophy "(Philosophiae Doctor). The reason for the name is historical. Most universities used tohave only four majors: divinity, law, medicine, and philosophy. Allother modern subjects (such as physics, English, math) were part ofphilosophy, and so most subjects still use PhD as their doctoraldegree. To receive a PhD you first must receive a BA or BS degree (4 yearundergraduate degree). You then apply for a Master's degree andthen apply to be accepted to a PhD program. Some PhD programscombine the Master's and PhD into one.