Cleveland State University
Cleveland State University established as a state-assisted university in 1964, Cleveland State University assumed a tradition of excellence when it adopted the buildings, faculty, staff, and curriculum of the former Fenn College, a private institution of 2,500 students that was founded in 1929. More than 1,000 courses support 200 major fields of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as professional certificate and continuing education programs.
The University also offers an Honors Program to academically talented and highly motivated students. Eight colleges, including Business, Education and Human Services, Engineering, Graduate Studies, Law, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Sciences and Health Profession, and Urban Affairs. The Division of Continuing Education offers non credit courses to thousands of students each year. Project 60 offers free classes to senior citizens.
Program offered: Doctorate,English,Postgraduate,Undergraduate
Campus(es): Cleveland State, Main Campus
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