The word undergraduate is a noun. Undergraduate means (1) a university student who has not yet received a first degree.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word undergraduate.
- University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen in Scotland was founded in 1495. It has over 13,000 students and 590 undergraduate
degree programs. The website provides access to information about the school and its programs, a description of the famous buildings, and information about applying.
- Bucknell University
Bucknell, located in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1846. Bucknell has 3400 undergraduates and 150 graduate students. Aside from an undergraduate
liberal arts program, Bucknell offers professional programs in engineering, business, education, and music. The website contains information about the school, visiting, and applying.
- Cairn University
Cairn is a biblical university that is centered on Christ and His Word. Located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Cairn offers students a private Christian university experience, including rigorous undergraduate
and graduate programs with a core Bible curriculum, a dynamic college campus life, and the personal investment of faculty.
- University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge, located in Cambridge, England will be celebrating its 800th birthday in 2009. The school has approximately 18,000 students, both undergraduate
and graduate. Famous as an educational institution, the University is also home to many famous libraries and museums.
- University of Colorado
The University of Colorado is located in Boulder. There are almost 29,000 students and 3715 faculty members, including 4 Nobel Laureates and 7 MacArthur Fellows. The University offers 85 undergraduate
majors, 61 master's level programs, and 48 doctoral programs.
- Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science
The website for the School of Computer Science has 6 divisions that are fully described, plus a number of Institutes within the divisions such as the Robotics Institute, Entertainment Technology, and others. The school offers degrees at both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels. Information about the programs, how to apply, and much more is available on the website.
- UW-Madison Computer Science Homepage
The University of Wisconsin Computer Science site is a full description of the programs, students, and application procedures. The Program, which started in 1963, serves both undergraduate
and graduate students. There is also information about faculty and student research, a link to the computer science library, and publications.
- Duke University
Duke University, founded in 1924, is in Durham, North Carolina. Duke is a highly selective school that has an undergraduate
population of around 6200, 6600 graduate students, and 1667 faculty members. There is a medical school, divinity school, and nursing school at Duke. The website provides information about visiting Duke and applying.
- Emory University
Emory University, located in Atlanta, Georgia, was founded in 1836 by a group of Methodists. There are 12,000 students, graduate and undergraduate, and 3200 faculty members. Besides arts and sciences, Emory has a medical school, nursing school, schools of theology and law, and a business school. Information about Emory, visiting the school, and applying are on the website.
- Bren School of Information and Computer Science
The Donald Bren School, part of the UC Irvine campus of the University of California, was founded as a Department in 1968 and established as an independent School in 2002. There are about 1200 students, undergraduate
and graduate, and 60 faculty members. The Bren School is the largest computing program in the UC system. Information about applying, visiting, and more on the website.
- Michigan State University
Michigan State University, located in East Lansing, Michigan,is a Land-Grant University and member of The Big Ten Athletic Conference. It was founded in 1855 as a prototype for land grant institutions established under the Morrell Act. There are between 45,000 and 50,000 students, undergraduate
and graduate, and 4500 academic faculty and staff.
- Tulane University
Tulane, located in New Orleans, was founded in 1834 as a medical college. Today it offers architecture, business, law, liberal arts, medicine, public health and tropical medicine, sciences, engineering, and social work. There are over 10,000 students both graduate and undergraduate
and 1132 faculty. The site contains information about Tulane post Hurricane Katrina, plus application instructions.
- University of Alabama
Founded in 1831, the University of Alabama, located in Tuscaloosa, is the state's flagship university. There are almost 24,000 students, graduate and undergraduate
at UA enrolled in over 200 programs. There are also 250 student organizations and 50 fraternities and sororities. The University also supports numerous research centers and institutes. Users can find out about applying on the website.
UCAS is the central organization that processes applications for full-time undergraduate
courses at UK universities and colleges. The website provides a listing of the UK colleges it serves, costs, the process of applying, and much more.
- University of Connecticut
UConn, located in Storrs and founded in 1881, is the state's flagship institution of higher learning. It is a major land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant, research University with over 16,000 undergraduate
students at the Storrs campus. The University also has schools of Law, Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy. Information about visiting the campus and applying are on the website.
- University of California, Riverside
The roots of UCR go back to 1907 when the State of California established a Citrus Experimental Station in Riverside. The University was officially established in 1948. There are approximately 16,000 students, grad and undergraduate, In sports it is a member of the NCAA Division I and participates in the Big West Conference. Information about visiting and applying are on the website.
- University of Kentucky
The University of Kentucky, located in Lexington, was founded in 1865. There are more than 27,000 students enrolled at UKY; 71% of whom are undergraduates. Besides the undergraduate
programs, UKY offers programs in medicine, nursing, law, public policy, diplomacy and international commerce, social work, public health and more. The website lists dates of college fairs. Students can apply online.
- University of Rhode Island
URI, located in Kingston, is the largest of the four Rhode Island universities. It was chartered in 1888 as the state's agricultural school. The school has about 15,000 students, graduate and undergraduate. URI has more than 80 majors in the Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, and more. Graduate programs are offered in nursing, pharmacy, and the Graduate School of Oceanography.
- University of Southern California
USC, located in Los Angeles, is the largest private research university in the West. There are 33,000 graduate and undergraduate
students at USC and 3,200 full-time faculty members. The Keck School of Medicine and the School of Pharmacy are part of USC. USC also has one of the largest and most well-known film programs in the U.S.
- The University of Utah
The University of Utah, located in Salt Lake City, has a total enrollment of almost 29,000 students and 2700 faculty. Economics and Political Science are the two most prevalent undergraduate
majors. The University offers professional graduate degrees in many areas including: Architecture, Music, Business, Law, Pharmacy, Social Work, Audiology, Public Health, and more. Students can apply online.
- University of Virginia
UVa was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson. It is located in Charlottesville, Virginia and is usually rated no. 1 or no. 2 as the best public university by U.S. News and World Report. There are over 13,000 undergraduate
students enrolled at UVa and over 6000 graduate students. There are over 2000 faculty members. The website offers information and news about the school, visiting, and applying.
- Dakota State University
The primary purpose of Dakota State University at Madison in Lake County is to provide instruction in computer management, computer information systems, electronic data processing and other related undergraduate
and graduate programs. The secondary purpose is to offer two-year, one-year and short courses for application and operator training.
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