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1. Dowling College, Oakdale, New York
2. Stevens Henager College, Salt Lake, Utah (Work-Study Options)
3. The University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio
4. University of New Haven, Connecticut.
5. Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, New Hampshire.
6. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. – (Public University-Tier I Research University)
7. Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. (Public University)
8. Everest University, North Orlando, Florida
9. Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
10. Mississippi College, Clinton, Mississippi.
11. University of California Extension Riverside, California.
12. Midwestern State University, Wichita Fall, Texas – (Public University)
13. University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida – (Public University-Tier I Research University)
14. Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas
15. University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Connecticut.
16. Northwestern Polytechnic University, Fremont, California.
17. Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri.
18. Northeastern University, Bostan, Massachusetts (Pathway Programs)
19. University of Utah, Salt Lake city, Utah (Pathway Programs)
20. Kent State University, Kent, Ohio.
21. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. (Only UG)
22. Troy University, Troy
23. University of Mass Boston, Boston, MA (UG + Pathways)
24. University of Mass Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, MA. (UG +PG + Pathways)
25. University of Mass Lowell, Lowell, MA. (UG + PG + Pathways)
26. Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY. (UG + PG + Pathways)
27. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. (UG + Pathways)
28. Florida International University, Miami, Florida – All UG Program and Graduate Chapman School of Business
29. New York Institute of Technology, New York
30. Monroe College, New York
31. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
32. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas
33. Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, Washington
34. Columbia University, NY- offering 5 day module program Entrepreneurship and innovation called In-V-Ent-Ed to high school students between class 9 and 12 -delivered in India.
35 . Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA
36. PES – Indiana University of Pennsylvania – Progression to US (PES-IUP MBA Program)
37. Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas. – (Public University)
38. Wichita State University , Kansas- (Public University)
39. INTO Marshall, Tampa, Florida- ( Public University- Tier I – Research University)
40. Kings College- Canisius College, Buffalo, NY. (Undergraduate Pathways)
Kings College- Marymount College, Los Angeles.(Undergraduate Pathways)
Kings College – Pine Manor, Boston. (Undergraduate Pathways)
43. Florida Tech University, Florida OR Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida
44. Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey.
45. Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California
46. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, Pennsylvania
47. Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona
48. Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona
49. Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (OCU)
50. Southern Methodist University (TX)
51. Clarkson University, NY
52. Hamline University, Saint Paul, Minnesota
53. Hult International Business School.
54. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York.
55. Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky
56. Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky
57. Kettering University, Michigan
58. Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana
59. Long Island University, Brookville, New York .(CW Post Campus)
60. California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, California.
61. Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan
62. New York Film Academy, New York
63. St. Louis University, St. Louis Missouri
64. Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Brooklyn, New York. (NYU POLY) OR Brooklyn Polytechnic University, NY
65. St.John’s University, Queens, New York.
66. Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.
67. Hartford University, West Hartford, Connecticut
68. Touro College, New York
69. Western Kentucky University, Kentucky
70. Gannon University, Pennsylvania

 

History:

After landing on a small island on Oct. 12, 1492, in what he believed were the Indies, Columbus sailed along the coast of Cuba, certain that he had finally reached the continent of Cathay. He searched in vain for the magnificent cities Marco Polo had described, hoping to deliver a letter from the Spanish monarchs to “the great Khan,” the Chinese emperor. “Afterwards,” Columbus wrote on Oct. 21, “I shall set sail for another very large island which I believe to be Cipango, according to the indications I receive from the Indians on board.” Columbus’s Japan proved to be the island of Hispaniola.

 

Education U.S.A:

Advantages:

The USA is the premiere destination for international students from all over the world. The advantages of higher education in the USA are as follows:

Internationally reputed institutions:

The United States has more institutions of higher learning than any other country in the world. More importantly than that, however, is the quality of these academic bodies. Most colleges and universities in America offer top education programs with highly qualified teaching staff. The research at many of these universities is cutting-edge and often published in journals across the globe. Many of the professors at these schools are leading authorities in their field. The list of world-class learning institutions in the USA is endless.

Educational Reputation:

It is of the utmost importance to ensure than the degree from the school you choose is recognized in the place you plan to use it in. Fortunately, American colleges and universities are given professional accreditation by different governing bodies. These schools have to earn their accreditation by meeting certain criteria, helping ensure a quality education, as well as a degree or certificate that is recognized. Most schools in the USA are accredited, though we strongly suggest that you thoroughly find out what each school’s accreditation is before deciding. There are thousands of US schools that offer credentials recognized in almost all corner of the world.

Extensive study options:

One of the best things about studying in the United States of America is the vast number of academic options offered to students. Since the USA is such a large country with vast resources, almost every field of study is available in the country. If you can perceive it, you can probably find some place in America to study it.

Global focus:

More and more often, American colleges and universities are focusing on the global aspects of each subject, better preparing students with a worldwide view of their field. No longer can students merely focus on certain geographic areas when obtaining their academic training. Most US learning institutions have recognized this and offer a more comprehensive and global curriculum to meet these new trends.

Campus Environment:

It has been said that the friends and experience obtained during campus life are worth as much as the education itself. Many make friends that last lifetimes. The lessons learned my co-existing and living with others from all over the world are priceless.

Usage of Technology:

Many universities incorporate the latest technology into their curriculum, encouraging students to obtain proficiency before they go out into the workplace. Specialized technology, such as the newest medical equipment in medical schools, allows each student to maximize their true potential and gain experience that is marketable in the real world.

Flexibility:

The school system utilizes credit units and often accommodates working students, most schools offer academic programs that are flexible in nature. This means that, very often, one can choose when to attend classes, how many classes to enroll in each semester or quarter, what elective or optional classes to take, etc. An American education is very conforming to each student’s needs.

Culture:

America is a melting pot of people from all over the world. One will find most Americans to be very friendly, kind, generous and accepting of foreigners. There are a few exceptions, as in any country, but these are not the norm. In general, the people are innovative, and eager to learn. These are traits that many international students adopt and take home with them.

 

Facts and Figures:

States by Order of Entry into Union

State Entered
Union
Year
settled
 1. Delaware Dec. 7, 1787 1638
 2. Pennsylvania Dec. 12, 1787 1682
 3. New Jersey Dec. 18, 1787 1660
 4. Georgia Jan. 2, 1788 1733
 5. Connecticut Jan. 9, 1788 1634
 6. Massachusetts Feb. 6, 1788 1620
 7. Maryland Apr. 28, 1788 1634
 8. South Carolina May 23, 1788 1670
 9. New Hampshire June 21, 1788 1623
10. Virginia June 25, 1788 1607
11. New York July 26, 1788 1614
12. North Carolina Nov. 21, 1789 1660
13. Rhode Island May 29, 1790 1636
14. Vermont Mar. 4, 1791 1724
15. Kentucky June 1, 1792 1774
16. Tennessee June 1, 1796 1769
17. Ohio Mar. 1, 1803 1788
18. Louisiana Apr. 30, 1812 1699
19. Indiana Dec. 11, 1816 1733
20. Mississippi Dec. 10, 1817 1699
21. Illinois Dec. 3, 1818 1720
22. Alabama Dec. 14, 1819 1702
23. Maine Mar. 15, 1820 1624
24. Missouri Aug. 10, 1821 1735
25. Arkansas June 15, 1836 1686
26. Michigan Jan. 26, 1837 1668
27. Florida Mar. 3, 1845 1565
28. Texas Dec. 29, 1845 1682
29. Iowa Dec. 28, 1846 1788
30. Wisconsin May 29, 1848 1766
31. California Sept. 9, 1850 1769
32. Minnesota May 11, 1858 1805
33. Oregon Feb. 14, 1859 1811
34. Kansas Jan. 29, 1861 1727
35. West Virginia June 20, 1863 1727
36. Nevada Oct. 31, 1864 1849
37. Nebraska Mar. 1, 1867 1823
38. Colorado Aug. 1, 1876 1858
39. North Dakota Nov. 2, 1889 1812
40. South Dakota Nov. 2, 1889 1859
41. Montana Nov. 8, 1889 1809
42. Washington Nov. 11, 1889 1811
43. Idaho July 3, 1890 1842
44. Wyoming July 10, 1890 1834
45. Utah Jan. 4, 1896 1847
46. Oklahoma Nov. 16, 1907 1889
47. New Mexico Jan. 6, 1912 1610
48. Arizona Feb. 14, 1912 1776
49. Alaska Jan. 3, 1959 1784
50. Hawaii Aug. 21, 1959 1820

 

 

Population (2009 EST.):

Population (2009 EST.):

307,212,123 (growth rate: 0.9%); birth rate: 13.8/1000; infant mortality rate: 6.2/1000; life expectancy: 78.1; density per sq mi: 85
Land area: 3,539,225 sq mi (9,166,601 sq km);
Total area: 3,718,691 sq mi (9,631,420 sq km)
Languages: English 82%, Spanish 11% (2000)

Ethnicity/race:

White: 211,460,626 (75.1%); Black: 34,658,190 (12.3%); Asian: 10,242,998 (3.6%); American Indian and Alaska Native: 2,475,956 (0.9%); Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander: 398,835 (0.1%); other race: 15,359,073 (5.5%); Hispanic origin:1 35,305,818 (12.5%)

Religions:
Protestant 52%, Roman Catholic 24%, Mormon 2%, Jewish 1%, Muslim 1%, none 10% (2002)
Literacy rate: 99% (2003 est.)

Economic summary:

GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $13.84 trillion; per capita $45,800.
Real growth rate: 2.2%.
Inflation: 2.9%.
Unemployment: 4.6%.
Arable land: 18%.
Agriculture: wheat, corn, other grains, fruits, vegetables, cotton; beef, pork, poultry, dairy products; fish; forest products.
Labor force: 153.1 million (includes unemployed); farming, forestry, and fishing 0.6%, manufacturing, extraction, transportation, and crafts 22.6%, managerial, professional, and technical 35.5%, sales and office 24.8%, other services 16.5%; note: figures exclude the unemployed (2007).
Industries: leading industrial power in the world, highly diversified and technologically advanced; petroleum, steel, motor vehicles, aerospace, telecommunications, chemicals, electronics, food processing, consumer goods, lumber, mining.
Natural resources: coal, copper, lead, molybdenum, phosphates, uranium, bauxite, gold, iron, mercury, nickel, potash, silver, tungsten, zinc, petroleum, natural gas, timber.
Exports: $927.5 billion f.o.b. (2005 est.): agricultural products 9.2% (soybeans, fruit, corn), industrial supplies 26.8% (organic chemicals), capital goods 49.0% (transistors, aircraft, motor vehicle parts, computers, telecommunications equipment), consumer goods 15.0% (automobiles, medicines) (2003).
Imports: $1.727 trillion f.o.b. (2005 est.): agricultural products 4.9%, industrial supplies 32.9% (crude oil 8.2%), capital goods 30.4% (computers, telecommunications equipment, motor vehicle parts, office machines, electric power machinery), consumer goods 31.8% (automobiles, clothing, medicines, furniture, toys) (2003).
Major trading partners: Canada, Mexico, Japan, UK, China, Germany (2004).

Communications:

Telephones: main lines in use: 194 million (1997); mobile cellular: 69.209 million (1998).
Radio broadcast stations: AM about 5,000, FM about 5,000, shortwave 18 (1998).
Radios: 575 million (1997).
Television broadcast stations: more than 1,500 (including nearly 1,000 stations affiliated with the five major networks—NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and PBS; in addition, there are about 9,000 cable TV systems) (1997).
Televisions: 219 million (1997).
Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 7,000 (2002 est.).
Internet users: 165.75 million (2002).

Transportation:

Railways: total: 194,731 km mainline routes (2000).
Highways: total: 6,334,859 km; paved: 3,737,567 km (including 89,426 km of expressways); unpaved: 2,597,292 km (2000).
Waterways: 41,009 km of navigable inland channels, exclusive of the Great Lakes.
Ports and harbors: Anchorage, Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, Chicago, Duluth, Hampton Roads, Honolulu, Houston, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, Port Canaveral, Portland (Oregon), Prudhoe Bay, San Francisco, Savannah, Seattle, Tampa, Toledo. Airports: 14,801 (2002).

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