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The University of North Carolina (UNC) was the very first public university in the United States. It was also the only one to graduate students in the eighteenth century. UNC encompasses all 16 of North Carolina’s public institutions and has a total student population of nearly a quarter million. But the school has also been recognized for its wide variety and quality online programs as well. Before acceptance into an online program however, the applicant must be admitted by the specific institution that offers the program.
UNC has consistently ranked among the top 10 colleges in America for both undergraduate and graduate level courses thanks to its strong focus on not only academics but the rich student life spread across its campuses.
UNC offers over 25 online programs ranging from bachelors to masters. Agriculture, arts, biological science, business administration (MBA), communications, computer information science, conservation, criminal justice, education, engineering, English and health professions-nursing are just a few of the certificate, baccalaureate and masters level courses that are offered at UNC.
With online programs, students who are self-motivated can complete their work at their pace while still receiving a quality education from one of America’s top Universities.
Financial aid is available through many sources included government such as the Pell Grant (fafsa.gov) and both federal and private student loans. While tuition varies depending on degree, overall tuition is affordable and there are many grants and scholorships that are available to interested students.
The University of North Carolina is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.