Quinnipiac University is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational academic institution which was founded in 1929. Its main campus is located at the foot of Sleeping Giant State Park, in Hamden Connecticut, and the University has just recently opened a 104-acre campus in nearby North Haven. Quinnipiac offers 70 programs through its five schools. Online degrees are available through the University’s distance learning arm.
Quinnipiac’s online program offerings are, though not as extensive, equally s impressive as the courses offered on campus. Quinnipiac offers eight online Masters degrees, four online certificate programs and, for the 2010 Fall Semester, 42 online short courses. A full listing of Quinnipiac’s online programs and online courses can be viewed through the Quinnipiac Online website.
Admission requirements at Quinnipiac vary and are very much program-dependent. The list of program requirements can be viewed through the Quinnipiac website or can be requested from the Admissions Office. The actual application process can be done online.
Quinnipiac University is ranked among the top universities with master’s degree programs in US News and World Report’s America’s Best Colleges and Princeton Review rates Quinnipiac as one of the to 10 ‘most wired’ campuses. It is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and College and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.