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William Penn University
Oskaloosa, United States- Iowa


University description (as per official university website)

Penn at a Glance

Enrollment: Over 800 students in the College of Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies and 900 students in the College for Working Adults. Students come from 43 states and 12 countries.

Student/Faculty Ratio: Students receive personal attention from faculty with a 14:1 ratio in the classroom.

Programs: Leadership core curriculum leads to bachelor's degrees in a wide range of liberal arts and professional academic disciplines. In addition to the four-year academic program in a traditional setting, Penn has an Associate of Arts in Leadership Studies and Bachelor of Business degrees through our College for Working Adults on three campuses in Iowa.


Divisions/Areas of Study

APPLIED TECHNOLOGY... Computer Science, Industrial Technology, Information Technology, Mathematics, Engineering

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION... Business Management, Accounting

EDUCATION... Elementary, Secondary, Special Education, English as a Second Language

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES... Biology, Physical Educaton

HUMANITIES... Communications (Digital Broadcast Studies, English, Fine Arts, Journalism, Public Relations)

LEADERSHIP CORE... General Education requirements

SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES... History, Government, Psychology, Sociology

Tuition & Fees: For 2008-2009, tuition is $17,664, room and board is $5,132 and fees are $370.

Financial Aid: At William Penn, 98 percent of our students receive assistance in financing their education through a variety of financial aid programs. Academic, athletic, leadership, activity and departmental scholarships and grants are offered.

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